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.
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