Directors banned for 25 years over UK care home investment scheme 

Mark Battersby
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Directors of two UK care home investment companies have been banned from running another business for a total of 25 years, after being found guilty of abusing millions of pounds of investors' funds, the Insolvency Service said on 2 November. Christopher Bateman (49) and his business partner, Nicola Fairweather (48) were banned for 25 years from directly, or indirectly, becoming involved in the promotion, formation or management of a company, without the permission of the court. The Insolvency Service's investigations were triggered when two connected companies, GCC Management Ltd and ...

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