Duped investors want full disclosure

A chilling insight into the problems of the liquidation of Strategic Finance.  RAM victims must work hard to avoid being treated the same way.

BEGINS

Chalkie is written by Tim Hunter deputy editor of the Fairfax Business Bureau

OPINION: An unfortunate weakness of our legal system is to treat investors like children in a Dickensian orphanage, told to run off and play up chimneys while their guardians divvy up their inheritance.

The investors’ patronised status was highlighted by the $22 million settlement announced last week over the collapse of Strategic Finance. Read More

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