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
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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