Official receiver to examine the conduct of Carillion directors past and present as it supervises the liquidation of the support services and construction company.
The conduct of directors at the collapsed support services and construction group Carillion will be investigated as the board faced criticism for its management of the business.
Cabinet office minister David Lidington told the House of Commons that an investigation by the official receiver, which took over the running of Carillion yesterday after it entered liquidation, would look at past and present directors at the company.
Talks to save Carillion, which holds around 450 contracts for work in the public sector, were ongoing through the
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