Unregulated introducer appeals High Court judgment; also applies for judge to be recused from case

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Hannah Godfrey
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"We are asking the judge to recuse himself from this point onwards, so that all parties can have confidence in the court’s impartiality and independence" - Zakery Khub Solicitors' Omid khub.
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"We are asking the judge to recuse himself from this point onwards, so that all parties can have confidence in the court’s impartiality and independence" - Zakery Khub Solicitors' Omid khub.

Unregulated introducer firm Alexandra Associates is appealing a recent High Court decision made against it and is asking the judge to recuse himself from the case over claims of conflict of interest.

In late June the High Court ruled in favour of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in a civil action against unregulated introducers Avacade and Alexandra Associates, after pension savers were persuaded...

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