BoI files suit against disgraced former CHC chief Cassidy

Last December, Cassidy was handed down the longest-ever disqualification in the history of company law

7th May, 2017
Custom House Capital chief executive Harry Cassidy

Bank of Ireland has launched a legal action against the struck-off Custom House Capital chief executive Harry Cassidy and his dissolved investment firm, ARF Management.

Last December, Cassidy was handed down the longest-ever disqualification in the history of company law, for his role in CHC’s misappropriation of €66.5 million in client funds.

The High Court barred him from acting as a company director for 14 years after he had been found guilty of...

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