Irish investor’s case to wind up Dolphin company pushed out to next month
An estimated 1,800 Irish investors entrusted more than €100 million of pension and investment monies in unregulated loan notes with the bust German property group
The hearing of Cork investor Kathleen Dineen’s petition to appoint a liquidator to one of collapsed property group Dolphin Trust’s Irish companies has been pushed out to the beginning of February.
Dineen, who invested a six-figure savings lump sum in a Dolphin Trust vehicle called MUT103, applied to wind up the company just before Christmas.
She is among an estimated 1,800 Irish investors who entrusted more than €100 million of pension...
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