Dolphin trustee to meet burned Irish investors
Wealth Options Trustees has arranged to discuss next steps for the thousands of Irish who sank money into the bankrupt German property fund
Wealth Options Trustees Limited, the Irish promoter and trustee for Dolphin Trust, where Irish investors fear they have lost millions, is to convene a series of meetings to discuss options and decision making.
In a letter sent to its Irish network of 144 brokers last Thursday, the firm said it planned to set up around 50 meetings involving Dolphin Trust’s 1,828 Irish investors, at a rate of three meetings a week over the next three...
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