A Glasgow business owner was disqualified as a director for seven years for his failure to keep adequate accounting records.
Alan Coffey, former director of Datadesk Computer Services, received the ban at Airdrie Sheriff Court in Scotland after the Insolvency Service (IS) investigated his company.
His failure to keep proper accounting records meant the IS couldn’t verify if £312,266 paid out of his bank account was for the company’s benefit.
The figure included £123,000 paid to...
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