Brook Asset Management begins wind-up process

First Gazette notice

James Baxter-Derrington
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Odey Asset Management subsidiary Brook Asset Management is set to be dissolved as a company, according to Companies House filings.

A first Gazette notice for compulsory strike-off has been filed for the fund house, with a document being processed and expected to be available in ten days. This notice informs any outstanding creditors of the company that it will imminently be struck off the Companies House register and dissolved, unless an objection is received within two months. Odey Wealth and Brook AM parent companies change registered address to founder's Chelsea house The move comes following the news Odey Wealth Management is set to close and return its assets to clients. In recent weeks, Brook AM has c...

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