Ex-Deutsche Banker Appeals In Energy Investment Dispute

Law360, London (June 22, 2020, 11:17 PM BST) -- A former investment banker with Deutsche Bank urged the Court of Appeal on Monday to overturn years-old court orders related to his assets, following a finding that he breached his fiduciary duties as a shareholder at an oil technology company.

Robert Gresham Gray, a former official with Deutsche Bank, took aim at a 2015 order requiring him to account for numerous assets that's part of the long-running legal battle Global Energy Horizons Corp brought against him. The dispute grew from a 2004 deal the investment banker made with the energy consultancy to help it pursue opportunities to use ultrasound technology with...

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