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TRINIDADIAN BUSINESSMAN and former Banks Holdings Limited (BHL) director Dominic Hadeed is insisting his hands are clean of any wrongdoing in the buying and selling of BHL shares.

Hadeed sold his stock last Friday to ANSA McAL, which two days later announced a bid to take over BHL, countering an offer from Brazilian beer maker AmBev.

The businessman resigned from BHL’s board immediately after the sale.

He made it clear that when he purchased more than $1.7 million in BHL shares over the past six months, it was nothing out of the ordinary.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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