Ross investors push for fidelity fund protection – NZ Herald

David Ross’ out-of-pocket victims want an industry-backed fidelity fund to help “screwed” investors recover money from similar fraud and company failures.

The Ross Asset Management Investors Group – formed in the wake of that company’s collapse – has written to the Commerce Minister Craig Foss criticising the “unfair and ineffective” regulatory environment in New Zealand.

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Copy of letter to minister.

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