Denton Morrell undefended at liquidation hearing

Denton Morrell undefended at liquidation hearing
Victoria Young
By Victoria Young July 19 (BusinessDesk) - Three lawyers from different firms attended the High Court at Auckland today to see wealth management company Denton Morrell moved into liquidation.  However, nobody showed up to represent the company which has been suspected by the Department of Internal Affairs of breaching anti-money laundering laws.  The Registrar of Companies brought the application following the death of Denton Morrell’s sole director and ultimate owner Matthew Butterfield last month.  A company cannot operate without...

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