A long-running prosecution against the owner of Barnsley Football Club and an IT firm has collapsed. Patrick Cryne, 62, and three other ex-directors of iSoft were accused of conspiring to mislead investors about the firm’s financial position. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it decided to drop the case because of “procedural problems”.
Richard Wormald represented Mr Cryne, instructed by Paul Thomas of Thomas Mansfield LLP.
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24th July 2013
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