Tuesday, 18. March 2008
A director of a property fund management company based in London has been disqualifed for four years following an investigation by Companies Investigation Branch of the Insolvency Service.
Mr Baljinder Chohan was the founding director and controlling shareholder of UK Property Fund Managers Limited ("UKPFM"), a company set up by Mr Chohan to co-ordinate the launch of a property fund and to raise up to £1billion equity for that fund. The company was based at the office of an associated company under Mr Chohan's control, UKLI Limited.
(Via Business Credit Management UK. To read the full story, click here)
(See also: UK fund manager disqualified via PropertyWeek.com)