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Duff & Phelps complied with relevant guidance and legislation and there was no prima facie case of misconduct against joint administrators David Whitehouse and Paul Clark, the Insolvency Practitioners Association (IPA) has ruled.
The IPA received complaints that Duff & Phelps broke the organisation's code of ethics as David Grier, a corporate finance partner at Duff & Phelps, gave financial advice to Craig Whyte during and after his takeover of Rangers.
Roy Davis said he remained positive about the future prospects for the listed business.
The Dunfermline company failed to hit market expectations with revenue slipping 15% from $86.2 million (£56m) to $73m (£48m) and profit before tax and exceptional items down almost 90% from $6.9m to $0.7m.
Difficulties in European markets coupled with software problems around the launch of the Daytona device were among the factors blamed for the performance in the six months to March 2013.