The Rangers shareholding group led by Jim McColl have today issued a lengthy statement, including a claim that a former employee raised concerns with the Serious Fraud Office over payments made at the time of Charles Green's fund-raising IPO.
Isle of Man-based hedge fund Laxey Partners have become the largest shareholder in Rangers following a £1.4million deal, and signalled they would back the current board.
Malcolm Murray believes the continuing protests against the board by Rangers supporters will help to sway the shareholder annual meeting in favour of those standing against the incumbents.
POLICE Scotland has reportedly launched an investigation into whether former Rangers owner Craig Whyte still has a role at the club.
Rangers have confirmed a matter has been reported to the police following an investigation into alleged links between former owner Craig Whyte and former chief executive Charles Green.