Coventry MP Bob Ainsworth has tabled a House Of Commons Motion which questions the validity of CCFC LTD Company and CCFC Holdings LTD Secretary Adam Bradley.
The long standing MP has tabled the following motion: “Mr Adam Bradley of Taylor Vinters was company secretary of CCFC Holdings Ltd, CCFC Ltd and other entities in the group from 20 December 2010 to 26 June 2013 and that he is an insolvency adviser of considerable reputation.
“Further notes, however, that he says he never gave any advice during that period on insolvency or administration and indeed was surprised when Coventry City Football Club (CCFC) Ltd was put into administration and has had no discussions about this with any directors or other stakeholders nor attended a board meeting during his time as company secretary.
“Further notes that he states that he did not have contact with key personnel at CCFC and in particular, never spoke to or took instructions from Joy Seppala, never spoke to Mark Labovitch, had limited dealings with Tim Fisher and only in recent months, met Onye Igwe on one occasion, after Mr Igwe left the company, never had any dealings with the Ken Dulieu organisations and had no responsibility to file accounts and would only have done so if instructed by the directors.
“Further notes that he states he dealt almost exclusively with Laura Deering who is an in-house lawyer.
“Further notes that Laura Deering was Joy Seppala’s personal assistant for some years and that the Football League’s rules ban the existence of shadow directors.
“And calls on the Government to review the law in relation to company secretaries that allows an individual to act as company secretary for protracted periods of time and yet be able to claim no knowledge of or be responsible whatsoever for the affairs of the company.”
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Source: Coventry MAD