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Revenue wants answers on Custom House Capital cash

The Revenue Commissioners are demanding new details over the collapse of Custom House Capital, the investment management company that went into liquidation two years ago owing an estimated €90 million in misappropriated client funds.

17th November, 2013

The Revenue Commissioners are demanding new details over the collapse of Custom House Capital, the investment management company that went into liquidation two years ago owing an estimated €90 million in misappropriated client funds.

The Revenue is seeking information on any payments made by the Investor Compensation Company Limited (ICCL) to the burned investors since they began getting reimbursed in October 2012.

It is understood that the Revenue is getting involved in the already complex case...

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