Former director was responsible for Dolphin Trust Irish investments, court is told

Case brought by 78-year-old Cork investor has revealed fresh details about the collapsed German property company

2nd March, 2021
Former director was responsible for Dolphin Trust Irish investments, court is told
Dolphin collapsed into insolvency last year with more than €1 billion in liabilities

A company director who died last year had day-to-day responsibility for running the Dolphin Trust Irish investment, a court has been told.

A case brought by Kathleen Dineen, an investor from Co Cork, revealed fresh details about the collapsed German property group where more than 1,800 Irish people entrusted a combined €107 million. Their investments have now been written down to zero.

Dineen, who is 78 and has multiple sclerosis, is owed €135,000. Her barrister told...

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