First funds returned to collapsed Beaufort Securities clients via FSCS

3,000 left to transfer

Hannah Godfrey
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First funds returned to collapsed Beaufort Securities clients via FSCS
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First funds returned to collapsed Beaufort Securities clients via FSCS

Former clients of collapsed discretionary fund manager Beaufort Securities have been transferred to a new broker, while the first set of cash and assets has been returned to some clients.

More than 12,000 clients of Beaufort Securities have been transferred to The Share Centre, while the first sets of cash and assets has also been transferred. According to the Financial Services ...

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