Digital minister on investment scams: Govt committed to tackling 'devastating crime'

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clock • 3 min read
Photo source: UK Parliament website on Caroline Dinenage's page. Photo has been cropped.

Photo source: UK Parliament website on Caroline Dinenage's page. Photo has been cropped.

Minister of state for digital and culture Caroline Dinenage MP has written to Quilter saying that the government is committed to tackling the 'devastating crime' of investment scams.

In April, Quilter CEO Paul Feeney wrote to the prime minister asking for more to be done to tackle investment scams. The letter was sent to Boris Johnson before it was announced investment scams would...

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