Exclusive: IFAs in firing line as CFD trader Direct Sharedeal folds

Laura Miller
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Advisers who recommended contracts for difference (CFD) trader Direct Sharedeal have been caught in the middle of a blame game after the firm was put into administration.

Financial advisers provided the bulk of the Glasgow-based stockbroking firm's clients through referrals to invest in its high-risk CFD investments. CFDs are highly leveraged, opening investors u...

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