Analysis - CL Financial woes behind Burn Stewart Distillers sale?

By Andy Morton | 15 April 2013

Today's sale of Burn Stewart Distillers to Distell may be a "vote of confidence" in the Scotch whisky industry. But it is also a symbol of the continued fallout from the near collapse of Burn Stewart's Caribbean owner CL Financial.

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Today's sale of Burn Stewart Distillers to Distell may be a "vote of confidence" in the Scotch whisky industry. But it is also a symbol of the continued fallout from the near collapse of Burn Stewart's Caribbean owner CL Financial.

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