I have to agree. I met Patrick Moran in London via swan securities and he advised me to invest in his wind Bond. He told me he was a solicitor and his wife a Barrister in Dublin (Tara Madden). He failed to inform me of his checkered past. i have since been made aware that Patrick a shadow Director in several bonds in his brothers name Brendan Moran. This is clear to be seen on companies house. Neil Bongard from swan securities has gone into business with Mr Morans brother (Brendan). Seems he put investors into a failed wind bond then set up another company THE BONDCROWD. Investors be aware of this man.Your card is marked by others regarding Patrick Moran, a goofball bluffer and hopeless businessman of the highest order. The pattern is after his business relations inevitably break down, his attentions then turn to knifing backstabbing and smearing his business associates, in a most nasty sneaky and vindictive fashion. There is a spider that eats its lover. Mr Moran is such a spider. A scary creature.
Worth noting, for the unwary, a few more recent ‘fraud’ vehicles set up by/for Patrick Moran (dob:22/08/75 of Ballynatona Lodge, Ballynatona, Manor Kilbride, Wicklow, Ireland) :I don't know how Patrick Moran is still walking around as a free man, he has practically stolen millions over the years by misleading people into believing that they are investing in a corporate bond secured by fully insured assets. Instead their money is invested in a dud company and lost forever. We fell victim to this scam as he encouraged my wife to invest our pension money in his company's bond which he told us was operating in a government backed renewable energy scheme and had a power purchase agreement with Power NI. Once you invest your money you never hear from him again and after leaving a series of voicemails and emails it soon became clear that our investment was lost without any credible explanation. When you look at his history you can see that he has been doing this for quite some time, setting up worthless companies, calling ordinary people and encouraging them to invest large amounts of money with the promise of a secure investment in an ethical company. He loves to express his ethical motivations such as the need to promote renewable energy and giving small farmers the opportunity to supplement their income which makes the whole experience even more galling. His latest 'company' is RUSSBOROUGH CONSULTING LIMITED.