Eighty-year-old widow takes on Nedbank in Jersey

Eighty-year-old widow takes on Nedbank in Jersey

After years of battling for justice, furious pensioner takes on legal and banking establishment.

Widow Dorothy Brakspear, 83, who lives in Northampton, England, is a beneficiary of two offshore trusts set up and administered by various offshore subsidiaries of the Nedbank Group. They are the Brakspear Trust, registered in the Isle of Man, and the Westley Trust, registered in Jersey.

On Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at 4:18pm Brakspear copied Noseweek in on an angry email she sent to advocate Paul Matthews, Judicial Greffier (clerk) of the Royal Court of Jersey. His main job is to guide foreign litigants in the archaic court procedures that are followed on that once-French Island.

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