Former Arck bosses received £4m from failed scheme 'without explanation'

Laura Miller
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The ex-directors of failed unregulated collective investment scheme (UCIS) Arck received in excess of £4m from the business before it collapsed, according to a liquidator's report.

Arck was a UK based investment vehicle that was set up to develop and sell overseas based properties. The liquidator's report states that sums in excess of £63m passed through the business' main ac...

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