MFSIM execs use $143.5m in client money to repay debtsBY KERRIE SYDEE | TUESDAY, 24 MAY 2016 12:26PM
Five former MFS Investment Management (MFSIM) executives have been found liable for breaching their directors' and officers' duties by the Supreme Court of Queensland.Read more: MFSIM, MFS Investment Management, Supreme Court of Queensland, Australia, Brian Dobson, Craig Robert White, David Mark Anderson, EU ASIC, Guy Hutchings, John Price, Marilyn Anne Watts, Messers Michael Christodoulou King, Octaviar, Peter Kell
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