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Rob Terry Not to float Quob Park (wonder why?) and more ramping of Daniel Stewart

Tom Winnifrith Friday 7 August 2015

 

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The fraudster Rob Terry of Quindell (QPP) infamy is a busy guy as he prepares for the inevitable dawn raid by the Serious Fraud Office as a precursor to a trial and a custodial jail sentence. His latest posting on the website of his new vehicle Quob Park is quite simply delusional.

Terry discusses the merits of getting a public listing HERE and argues that it would be better if Quob Park did not list. Hmmm. We can think of another good reason or fifteen why a listing is not going to happen. How about the fact that Quob’s founder (Mr Terry) is the subject of a SFO Criminal Investigation? Or the fact that PWC has come out and said that the accounts he prepared at Quindell (and even its IPO document) were plain fantasy? Or that Mr Terry misled the poor lambs at KPMG in relation to prior audits? The list goes on. And on. And on.

It is just inconceivable that a Rob Terry entity could gain a public markets listing. Even the AIM casino would say no and no Nomad in town would touch Terry with a bargepole. 

Then Terry goes onto to argue that Quob’s biggest investment – Daniel Stewart

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