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Aston Hill Financial Inc. is engaged in the management, marketing, distribution and administration of mutual funds, closed end funds, private equity funds, hedge funds, segregated institutional funds and other fee investment products for Canadian investors. The company has a market cap of $17.93 million. The Company’s segment is the activity related to asset management segment, which includes management, sub-advisory services and administration services for the Company’s funds under management. It currently has negative earnings. The Company’s services also include high net worth investment management, institutional investment management and portfolio advisory services in Canada.

More notable recent Aston Hill Financial Inc (TSE:AHF) news were published by: Marketwatch.com which released: “Aston Hill Financial Inc.” on August 08, 2010, also Bloomberg.com with their article: “Aston Hill to Cut 10% of Workforce After Losing Mandates” published on February 13, 2015, Marketwatch.com published: “Update regarding termination of Voya Global Income Solutions Fund” on November 15, 2016. More interesting news about Aston Hill Financial Inc (TSE:AHF) were released by: Marketwired.com and their article: “Aston Hill Announces 2016 Third Quarter Results” published on November 14, 2016 as well as Business.Financialpost.com ‘s news article titled: “Changing of the guard at Aston Hill Financial” with publication date: September 19, 2014.

Four GuardHill employees allegedly stole client data from ex-employer: lawsuit

Emic, known until 2014 as Apple Mortgage Corp., has sued the employees before.

In December 2013, Apple Mortgage filed a lawsuit in federal court on the same grounds, seeking $15 million in damages. The suit was dismissed by a federal judge in February because Apple Mortgage sold its assets in February 2014 to Sterling National Bank, and Apple Mortgage’s claims were not part of that transaction. The judge also dismissed the defendants’ counterclaims, in which they argued that they were collectively owed $182,639 in unpaid commission.

In a statement, GuardHill denied the allegations and said the suit was being brought by a “defunct mortgage company.”

“Apple pursued this matter in Federal court, only to see all of its claims dismissed, in their entirety, earlier this year,” the company said. “GuardHill and the other defendants deny any misconduct, deny that Apple – which went out of business shortly after the employees left – was damaged in any way, and will move to dismiss this new lawsuit.”

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