FCA cancels adviser's permissions for failing to pay £21k in fees

Carmen Reichman
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The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has canceled the permissions of Cardiff-based financial adviser Ingram Graham (IGL) after he failed pay a total of £21,348 in fees and levies.

The adviser had received invoices for £21,098 in June 2012 and £250 in early December 2012. The regulator said: "IGL has failed to pay fees and levies totalling £21,348.36 owed to the authority, and...

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