LCF investigation to engage bondholders

Will speak to bondholders

Tom Ellis
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Dame Elizabeth Gloster: "I am keen to hear from as many of those affected as possible and am grateful for the information I have already received from bondholders and others."
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Dame Elizabeth Gloster: "I am keen to hear from as many of those affected as possible and am grateful for the information I have already received from bondholders and others."

Dame Elizabeth Gloster, who is leading the investigation into the London Capital & Finance (LCF) saga, has revealed how she will run the probe.

Dame Gloster said she aims to engage with bondholders, professional organisations and other interested parties in an "organised and structured way". Once she has established her independent team, they...

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