Bluefin sues former IFA for 'poaching' clients

Scott Sinclair
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A former Bluefin IFA is being sued for £300,000 by his former employers over claims he poached clients.

Sean Condon left Bluefin in January 2010 to run Essex-based Yew Tree Financial Planning. Bluefin claims Condon broke contract rules by taking a number of clients with him to Yew Tree. It says it...

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