UPDATE: Duncan Priest's trading in RAM 'concerning', says expert witness testimony

Suze Metherell
Wed, 04 Nov 2015

(Updates to add comment from McDouall Stuart's Andrew McDouall) By Suze Metherell Nov. 4 (BusinessDesk) - Duncan Priest's apparent failure to follow NZX rules in his own personal share trading would be of concern, according to testimony by an expert witness in the former sharebroker's fight to keep a $2 million share parcel from investors who lost their money in the Ross Asset Management fraud. In a hearing in the High Court at Wellington last month, Priest sought to remove a claim against his shares by RAM liquidator John Fisk of PwC,...

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