Former SSL boss Mark Croskery distances himself from fraud scandal

Mark Croskery

Former Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) CEO Mark Croskery has disassociated himself from the massive fraud that has engulfed the organisation, claiming that any problems with the business have nothing to do with him.

Croskery said in a statement on Monday that during his time there, which ended when he resigned with effect from March 2018, he was not aware of any fraudulent behaviour at the organisation.

Croskery stated that he is not aware of any contact attempts made by investigators.

The former CEO claims that in order to defend his name from “false and defamatory allegations made on social and traditional media platforms,” he would take legal action.

Croskery stated that he hopes that “those who’ve reportedly suffered losses are made whole in the shortest possible time.”

The Federal Bureau of Investigation in the United States has been contacted to assist local authorities in their investigation into the significant fraud at SSL, according to a statement made by Finance Minister Dr. Nigel Clarke earlier on Monday.

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