The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has won its battle against two unauthorised investment schemes after the High Court ruled they were to be classed as collectives and therefore must be regulated.
The FCA asked the courts in June last year to find that two alternative investment schemes promoted by Capital Alternatives - rice harvest promoters African Land and carbon credit scheme Reforestation...
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