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Pieter Totte is the crook, why are the Oxymorons at AIM Regulation sparing his blushes and panning Real Good Food?

Tom Winnifrith Monday 3 June 2019

 

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Individuals not companies lie, deceive, cheat and break the rules. If you want to stamp out white collar crime you hammer individuals not companies. Natch the Oxymorons really do not get that at all. Today AIM Regulation has fined Real Good Food (RGD) £450,000 (reduced to £300,000 for co-operating with enquiries) for some monstrous crimes committed largely by its former executive chairman Pieter Totte, but also by two other former directors. The full shocking notice is below.

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