Bairstow barred for six years

27 July 2004
Bairstow barred for six years

The former chairman of Queens Moat Houses (QMH) has been disqualified from being a director for six years. John Bairstow was disqualified following an investigation into QMH after the publication of its annual results in 1992. The results were found to be "false and misleading".

Three other former senior figures at the group have already been disqualified, including managing director Martin Marcus, finance director David Hersey and deputy finance director Allan Porter.

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