AMT

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Cover of €250,000 for  losses resulting from an investment firm collapsing due to fraud, negligence and forms of cybercrime.

Dublin-based insurance broker Robertson Low has launched a product offering Irish investors coverage for as much as €250,000 of losses resulting from (...)

Marqette in Dublin Airport Terminal 1 serves up to 5,000 passengers and staff every day

The food offering at Irish airports is to benefit from significant investment in new facilities and concessions, and from a proposal to give access to(...)

 John Whyte, former investment director, and  Harry Cassidy former chief executive officer of Custom House Capital.

Some 1,428 claims relating to the collapse of investment firm Custom House Capital (CHC) in 2011 have not yet received their compensation due to dela(...)

Last week, the Central Bank issued a statement that said it is “examining issues in relation to AMT Ltd”.

Hibernia Corporate Finance has been appointed to sell Asset Management Trust (AMT), a Dublin authorised investment advisor which is the subject of an (...)

Financial adviser Eddie Hobbs after being quoted in reports on the AMT investigation: “I’ve been routinely involved in financial investigations and as an expert witness for over two decades.”

The Central Bank said yesterday an examination was ongoing of Asset Management Trust (AMT) Ltd, a Dublin-authoris(...)