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Auditors satisfied with Horlick's firm

Horlick's asset management firm avoids going concern warning from auditors in its latest accounts

The company owned by one of the UK’s most famous fund managers, Nicola
Horlick, has avoided a ‘going concern’ statement from its auditors for the first
time since it was formed three years ago.

Horlick’s company Bramdean Group has received warnings about its ability to
continue as a going concern in the first three years of its existence, however
its accounts for the year end 31 March 2007 avoid such a note from auditors BDO
Stoy Hayward, reported efinancialnews.

Horlick reached the public consciousness when she fought Deutsche Bank over
its treatment of subsidiary Morgan Grenfell, where she was MD.

Further reading:

Horlick
slows Bramdean losses

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