AIB bites back in Belfry legal battle

The bank will seek to have six cases entered in the Commercial Court

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
18th October, 2015

AIB will this week start its fight-back in the legal battle over the Celtic Tiger-era Belfry property funds, five of which went bust, burning hundreds of ordinary investors.

The bank will seek to have six cases entered in the Commercial Court in an effort to fight the ongoing legal battle. It believes those cases are more favourable to the bank than the ones chosen by a group of 300 aggrieved former investors called the Belfry...

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