Adviser firm Fortuna Wealth Management has lost its regulatory permissions after being accused of a myriad of poor practices by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
The Wolverhampton-based firm lost permissions in August 2019 after being accused by the FCA of placing clients into high-risk bonds and charging fees without providing any service. According to an FCA...
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