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By Tom Winnifrith, The Sheriff of AIM | Wednesday 9 August 2017
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The 2005 flotation of Telit Communications (TCM) will - with hindsight - be seen as yet another badge of shame for AIM, the casino which laughably brands itself as the world's most successful growth market. Until 2004 the CEO of Telit & the companies it bought was, in official documents such as THIS, calling himself Uzi Katz. By the time of the IPO that was Oozi Cats. Let us now turn to section 6.7 of that document.
Naturally we understand why Uzi/Oozi changed the English spelling of his unchanged Hebrew name. That was to avoid any confusion between him and his Mrs Ruth Veronique and another Israeli couple who like them lived in Boston MA in the late eighties. Both couples had exactly the same birthdays but the other couple were charged with a massive Real Estate fraud before skipping the country. Our Telit pal clearly just wants to avoid confusion as detailed HERE.
So back to section 6.7 which states that "no director has been subject to any public criticism by any statutory or regulatory body". You can see the relevant page of that documeht HERE
I reckon the US Prosecuting Authorities count as a statutory authority and charging someone with wire fraud in a public court counts as criticism don't you?
So I guess that our Uzi/Oozi can't be anything to do with that other Uzi married to a Ruth Veronique born 17 March 1966 living in Boston back in the day. What other explanation can you think of?
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