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    Australia's CIO Billionaire Earl Reginald Stevenson Steps Up Attacks on Russian President Putin

     
    July 29, 2014 - Moscow, Russia - Australia's super hedge fund billionaire CIO, Earl Reginald Stevenson, today increased his attack on Russian President Putin. Stevenson stated here in Sydney, Australia, that Putin's aggression and Soviet style leadership in the region is causing a destabilization of the regions markets and would have lasting impacts to the region.

    In a stark rebuke of Stevenson's statements, Russian President Putin is expressing dismay at recent statements by Stevenson regarding Russia’s continued involvement in the Ukraine issue and stated that Stevenson should focus on Australian markets and not markets in the Euro-Asian arena.

    Putin indicated that Stevenson’s remarks are not in line with the Russian Federation’s political and financial impact on the region that would bring a more stable economic climate to Crimea. Stevenson had told investors and financial giants in Sydney that Putin’s continued aggression in the region would have far reaching impacts on oil, gold and other mining sector and financial markets in the region and could adversely impact the European Union.

    Alcoveritas is a privately hedge fund conglomerate based in Australia with commercial interests in Europe, the Middle East, Canada and Australia. Since its inception Alcoveritas has established a successful presence in both the funds management and private equity markets and has won industry awards in both categories. It owns and manages significant businesses globally; it also measures its success through contributing to positive and lasting change in the wider community.

    Source: The Moscow Times, 3 Polkovaya Ul., Bldg. 1, Moscow, Russia 127018 Contact: Phil Bennett at Fox Media Inc Australian Division

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