Sorrento directors ordered to pay €1.2 million to businessman

The four owners of investment firm Sorrento Asset Management have been ordered to pay €1.2 million to an Irish businessman.

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Ian Kehoe

26th June, 2010

The four owners of investment firm Sorrento Asset Management have been ordered to pay €1.2 million to an Irish businessman.

Irish Edible Oils, which is controlled by Donal Kinsella, secured a High Court judgment against Sorrento Structuring and its owners - Bryan Turley, Darina Heavey, John Ryan and Ken Healy.

Irish Edible Oils took the case against the investment firm in March and details of the €1.2 million judgment were published in Stubbs Gazette.

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