House of disgraced and jailed Lumiere boss put on market to pay debts

Pedro Gonçalves
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The house of convicted fraudster Christopher Byrne is set to be sold at auction, with the proceedings going towards paying of debts after the collapse of Jersey-based Lumiere Wealth. The St. Brelade home will be put on the market alongside Lumiere Wealth's offices, the Viscount's Office revealed. Together, the properties are expected to fetch over £1.8m, local news outlet Bailiwick Express reports.  Christopher Byrne was convicted of fraudulent offences in September this year after his trial lasting four weeks concluded in the Royal Court. Bryne's clients lost almost £3m when the inve...

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