Banned IFA found guilty of forging documents

Fined and banned by FSA in 2012

Tom Ellis
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Banned IFA found guilty of forging documents

A banned IFA, who advised on unregulated collective investment schemes (UCIS), has been found guilty of forging documents at Derby Crown Court.

Martin Rigney, 68, was found to have forged signatures himself and to have photocopied clients' genuine signatures after a "long and complex investigation" by the police, according to the Derbyshir...

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