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Ex-BAICO workers tell KPMG: We want our monies

CARLOS ATWELL, ​carlosatwell@nationnews.com

Added 14 June 2019


The mood was lighter after the meeting as spokesman Henderson Headley (second right) said they had made their point. (Pictures by Christoff Griffith.)

Former employees of failed British American Insurance Company (BAICO) showed their displeasure with its judicial manager, KPMG,  with a short peaceful protest in front of the accounting firm’s Hastings, Christ Church office yesterday.

The protest, however, hardly lasted 15 minutes, as KPMG senior management hastily asked to meet with a few of the protesters to discuss the matter.

Some of the protesters who remained outside spoke to the Weekend Nation about their frustrations.

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