Phillip Capital, Tony Murdaca and Nicholas Pereza-Matthews                  
Watch out for this thief. It is alleged, and backed up by several statutory declarations by a number of victims, that Murdaca stole millions of dollars of their investments in the then known 2UP Gaming, now Heurston Group. It is alleged that the swindle was aided and abbetted by Phillip Capital staff, namely Justin Deitrich who claimed to work for them, Mark O'Brien and Nicholas Pereza-Matthews (Head of Global Markets for Phillip Capital). Complaints to Phillip Capital have thus far been met with a "not our problem" type of response. So what went wrong with Phillip Capital's procedures that enabled Murdaca to get the shareholders funds remitted to his own account? The money should have gone to 2UP Gaming, but we are informed that Murdaca directed that it go to a bank account under the name of "X2UP",  privately controlled by Murdaca! So much for Phillip Capital's good governance and so-called compliance department. They have a lot to answer for, and they must do so or perhaps lose their licence. Either way, the matter should be investigated by ASIC and the Australian Stock Exchange, and probably the responsible Police Fraud Squad.

                                                                            Tony Murdaca                                                                                   Nicholas Perez-Matthews                                                                                                                             
Now if Phillip Capital wish to persue us for Injurious Falsehood in the Federal Court, then they better be aware that we do have the evidence to back up this story. We do not just make accusations without substantive proof.
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