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Statement From David Ross (Ross Asset Management)

[Via The National Business Review]

November 22 2012

Ross Asset Management founder and director David Ross will cooperate fully with all inquiries into his company and the funds invested with it.

Mr Ross was released from hospital late yesterday. He has been receiving compulsory treatment under the Mental Health Act in hospital for the past three weeks. During this time he has been unable to assist authorities.

Through his lawyers, Mr Ross has now undertaken to cooperate fully with the Financial Markets Authority (FMA), the receivers, and the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).

While these matters are the subject of official inquiries, Mr Ross and his family will be making no further comment.


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