FCA urges South Wales 'Ponzi scheme' investors to get in touch

£100,000 to distribute

Hannah Godfrey
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"We have worked hard to secure and return funds to eligible investors and it is only right that all victims of this insidious scheme should benefit from our work" - FCA's Mark Steward
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"We have worked hard to secure and return funds to eligible investors and it is only right that all victims of this insidious scheme should benefit from our work" - FCA's Mark Steward

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has urged individuals who lost money in a South Wales Ponzi scheme to get in touch to claim their share of recovered funds.

The FCA said it has approximately £100,000 left in funds it recovered from individuals associated with the Churchgate Trading Syndicate to distribute to five investors who have not claimed their share....

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