IFA frustrated over FCA's silence after LC&F warning

Sent in 2015

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“Whether somebody just gets it and thinks oh god this looks like a load of aggravation and just stick it straight in the bin" - West Riding Personal Finance Solutions' Neil Liversidge.
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“Whether somebody just gets it and thinks oh god this looks like a load of aggravation and just stick it straight in the bin" - West Riding Personal Finance Solutions' Neil Liversidge.

West Riding Personal Finance Solutions managing director and IFA Neil Liversidge has expressed frustration with the FCA after sending a warning letter to it in 2015 regarding London Capital & Finance (LC&F).

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) was warned about LC&F by Liversidge after he was contacted by a potential investor interested in putting money into their mini-bond schemes. While the client was advised...

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