Clifden boss Rizwan Hussain declared insolvent

Rizwan Hussain, the controversial figure who runs investment vehicle Clifden Isle of Man No 1, has been declared insolvent, according to UK court records, even while a separate investment vehicle he controls, Greencoat Investments Ltd, is in the market trying to take control of pre-crisis securitization from the Business Mortgage Finance series. The insolvency isn’t Hussain’s only trouble, GlobalCapital understands, with at least one investment bank having reported him to the regulator over a previous tender for UK RMBS notes.

  • By Owen Sanderson
  • 12 Feb 2019
Hussain had a High Court order against him for £275,000, following the failure of his court case over Fairhold Securitisation, another deal that saw Hussain try to seize control of a beaten-up securitization, with the intention of extracting valuable underlying assets or cash trapped in deals, ...

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2 Morgan Stanley 2,420 6 13.57
3 Goldman Sachs 2,096 5 11.75
4 BNP Paribas 1,686 6 9.45
5 Barclays 1,565 4 8.78

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