Dolphin Trust Pyramid Scheme
In the case that you have invested money in an overseas property development scheme such as the Dolphin Trust and have not received the returns you were promised, you may be entitled to compensation.
Dave Coleman, Managing Partner at Coleman Legal previously advised the Sunday Business Post about the dangers of unregulated investment products in Ireland.
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Related news & updates
The High Court has appointed Ian Barrett and Shane McCarthy of KPMG as joint provisional liquidators to Dolphin MUT 116 Ltd, an Irish special purpose vehicle linked to Dolphin Trust Insolvency (now German Property Group). Dolphin Trust collapsed in 2020 after...
Mr. Justice Brian O’ Moore has granted a petition to wind up MUT 103. MUT 103 is a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) of Dolphin Trust, now operating as the German Property Group (GPG), the former property investment group. Ms. Dineen is owed €135,890, including €8,890...
Mastercard facing €22bn lawsuit over fees One of the biggest class actions in UK history is being faced by Mastercard over card charges that were passed on to shoppers. Walter Merricks (the ex Financial Services Ombudsman) is heading the claim and is using the UK’s...
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Coleman Legal is currently assisting investors involved in this investment scheme to explore their legal options. Our dedicated team has extensive experience in claims relating to professional negligence across a range of industries and we are ready to advise and assist you with your case.
If you believe you have been mis-sold a financial product and suffered financial losses arising from negligent advice, please contact our Professional Negligence Team today at Coleman Legal to discuss if you have a potential legal action.
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