Midlands firm fails leaving almost 30 FSCS compensation claims

Lost permissions two years ago

Hannah Godfrey
There are 28 ongoing claims at the FSCS.

There are 28 ongoing claims at the FSCS.

West Midlands firm Connected Financial Services, which traded as Otium Financial and Rothgen Capital, failed today, racking up tens of claims at the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) in its wake.

The lifeboat scheme declared the Walsall firm failed on 17 September 2020. According to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) register, the firm ceased all regulated activity on 14 November 2018. There...

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