Adviser Fights Ex-RBS Trader's Film Investment Scam Claims

Law360, London (April 8, 2019, 7:40 PM BST) -- A former Royal Bank of Scotland PLC trader does not have enough evidence to prove that Greystone Financial Services Ltd. deliberately set out to deceive him about the legality of a film industry investment scheme, the adviser's lawyer told a London court on Monday.

Matthew Hardwick QC, representing Greystone, told the High Court that because no documentation was kept on a pitch meeting which took place in June 2003 between Vincent Walsh and the financial advisory firm, there has been a risk of "contamination" of the phrase "win-win," which Walsh now claims former Greystone director Neil Williams-Denton used to describe the...

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