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'Mr Speaker, you would recall that DKM Diamond Microfinance Limited had its license revoked in February 2016 with considerable suffering imposed on depositors, without any meaningful response from the previous government.
In a related development, customers of four defunct microfinance institutions - Little Drops Financial Services, God is Love Fun Club, Jaster Motors and Investment Limited, and Care for Humanity Fun Club - all in the Brong-Ahafo Region, have pleaded with the government to also pay them their locked-up investments, just as has been done for their colleagues who invested with DKM Microfinance Limited.
According to Staffline the addition of DKM Driving is in line with its strategy of making selective acquisitions to broaden revenue streams and is part of the development of the Staffline driving division.
Nottingham-based DKM Driving offers recruitment solutions to the driving sector, providing drivers to clients on temporary or permanent basis, according to its website.
The company, also offering training and business improvement services, operates through brands including the high-street branch business Staffline Express, OnSite, providing services on clienta[euro](tm)s premises, training and consultancy services unit Elpis Training, specialist volume recruitment call centre OSP and Eos, a provider of welfare to work services, it said.Country: UKSector: Business and Consumer ServicesTarget: Part of DKM Driving Buyer: Staffline Group Plc Vendor: DKM Driving LimitedType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
In one letter to the then Attorney General Michael McDowell, he said: "We have consulted Mr Colm McCarthy of DKM...who examined the available comparators in order to arrive at what they describe as reasonable basis for updating these daily rates to values for the year 2002."
DKM Properties, which has received final approval from the township's planning board, plans to begin construction of the project in the fourth quarter of 1991.
Colm McCarthy, director of DKM economic consultants added: "It is likely that the next time the Eurozone economy heats up, the European Central Bank will increase its base rate from the current two per cent to five per cent or even six per cent."