In the driver's seat

Marr, Julian
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p35
In this article, the author discusses the missing SLS Capital assets invested in Keydata Investment Services Ltd. in Great Britain. He suggests that investors should hire a medium to contact one of the Keydata players to discover the missing assets. He also mentions that SLS investors have started reaching their lawyers to fix the problem.


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