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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Shaun Read, Director of Read Hope Phillips Attorneys.
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The Court found that the bank has a right to protect its reputation and the right not to do business with someone that could threaten its reputation.— Shaun Read, Director of Read Hope Phillips Attorneys
There’s no law that says you have the right to financial services.— Shaun Read, Director of Read Hope Phillips Attorneys
The Guptas have a range of foreign banks they can utilise. They’re not limited to South African banks.— Shaun Read, Director of Read Hope Phillips Attorneys
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