Liquidator seeks to compel Ammado boss to answer key questions
The digital charity donation platform collapsed in 2018, owing millions
More information is being sought from Peter Conlon, the disgraced boss of Ammado, the collapsed charities fundraising service, a court was told last week.
Liquidator Myles Kirby is seeking a motion compelling Conlon to reply to key questions about about the running of Ammado, to which Conlon has not yet responded.
Conlon founded the Swiss-headquartered digital charity platform in 2006. It allowed large corporations and their staff to make charitable donations, but fell apart last...
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