IVAconfused75 wrote:I thought GT was something to do with Northern Rock. His name was part of my creditors names, unless he has fingers in other pies too...
Grant Thornton are a group of companies and one arm of that group represents creditors and will vote in IVA's on behalf of some creditors. So, you used to get situations where one part of GT were voting on IVA's run by another part of the same company. They would, however, have been ring-fenced and neither privvy to information they should not have been.
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