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Conviviality - notice of intention to appoint administrators, the end of a shameful investment saga!

29/03/2018 · Conviviality PLC (CVR) 

News that Conviviality (AIM:CVR), the wholesaler and distributor of alcoholic beverages, intends to appoint administrators within 10 business days won’t come as a surprise to those that have been following this saga. Throwing another £125m at this awful group was just too much to ask.

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