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From James Doleman’s blog: The second set of charges relate to …

Comment on The Case for a New SFA. by y4rmy.

From James Doleman’s blog:

The second set of charges relate to allegations of a conspiracy between Whyte, Whitehouse, Clark and Charles Green to place RFC in administration and then, after appointing Duff and Phelps as administrators acquiring the assets of the business for a sum significantly below the market value using a company, Sevco 5088 as a vehicle. This, the prosecution say deprived the company’s creditors of money that should have been due to them. Greens consortium, the Crown said, paid Duff and Phelps a £200,000 “exclusivity fee,” of which £137,500 of which was refunded by Craig Whyte. Green is also charged with misleading investors and others about Whyte’s role in the transaction.

Of course, should this be proved, the SFA will undoubtedly revisit the Pinsent Masons investigation and act upon it.14

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