Adviser brothers admit £17.5m investment fraud

To be sentenced in April

Jenna Towler
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 CPS’ Anamarie Coomansingh said: “It was similar to gambling their clients’ futures on the spin of a roulette wheel.”
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CPS’ Anamarie Coomansingh said: “It was similar to gambling their clients’ futures on the spin of a roulette wheel.”

Norwich-based financial advisers Alan and Russell Taylor have been convicted of orchestrating a £17.5m fraud which conned more than 200 elderly and vulnerable clients.

The brothers used their financial advice business, Taylor and Taylor Associates, to run their fraudulent activities over a six-year period. They pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud at Norwich Crown...

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