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Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in LMI Investmnent collapse Angry investors line up to sue financial planners over LMIM collapse Thursday, 11 April 2013 A "steady stream" of investors are adding their names to what could become a Slater & Gordon class action against financial planners who recommended they invest in mortgage funds issued by collapsed Gold Coast-based fund manager and developer LM Investment Management (LMIM). Slater & Gordon had already issued legal proceedings against financial advisors on behalf of a number of those investors and says more proceedings will be issued in coming weeks. LMIM was placed into voluntary administration last month with initial reports suggesting there may be irregularities in how some of the funds operated. On 8 August 2013 the Queensland Supreme Court appointed David Whyte of BDO as receiver of the FMIF.  Mr Whyte will effectively have control of the winding up of the FMIF. This appointment followed ASIC's intervention in court proceedings...
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LM liquidators get boot over conflict of interest   Monday, 12 August 2013 11:55am   By James Fernyhough  |  In Regulatory   FINANCIAL STANDARD   The Queensland Supreme Court has appointed a new receiver to oversee the winding up of LM Investment Management Limited's (LM) failed First Mortgage Income Fund (FMIF) after it found that its current liquidators had a conflict of interest. The new receiver will be David Whyte of accounting firm BDO. The previous LM-appointed liquidators, John Park and Ginette Muller of FTI Consulting, had previously resisted attempts by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) to remove them from responsibility for FMIF. ASIC said it was concerned that Park and Muller were not putting the interests of unit holders of the FMIF before their own when they called a meeting of unit holders in April to change the responsible entity of the fund. Queensland Supreme Court Justice Dalton agreed, saying: "The...
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    FTI Consulting's MD Mr Dopking formerly headed-up the insolvency division of ASIC 2008 to 2010., contacted ASIC seeking special tr
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    What? Nanna! That's an issue alright. Fancy his admitting it he had NAB shares. Conflict of interest between Trilogy and LM? Did
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    Yes Conflict of Interest is a problem. In our Supreme court appeal the sitting justice made comment that he had shares in Nab and
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