Olympic cyclist Sir Bradley Wiggins has been named as an investor in a scheme said to have used a charity as a front to attempt to avoid paying HMRC £100m in tax, according to reports.
Wiggins, who is a five-time Olympic medallist and the first Briton to win the Tour de France, was among up to 400 investors who put money into the ‘Cup Trust', the Times has reported. In 2010, the Cup...
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'Cannot normalise this level of loss'
There is no shortage of IFA firms looking to sell up, writes Daniel Baade. However, the big question is how to finance the acquisition of IFA or wealth management firms...
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