Unauthorised adviser jailed for fraudulent trading

Four year sentence

Sophie King
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Mark Steward said: "Mr Hudson's defrauding was calculated and persistent over a number of years, preying on victims who believed he was a financial adviser and trusted friend when he was neither of these things."
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Mark Steward said: "Mr Hudson's defrauding was calculated and persistent over a number of years, preying on victims who believed he was a financial adviser and trusted friend when he was neither of these things."

Unauthorised adviser Ian James Hudson has been sentenced to four years in prison over fraudulent trading.

On Monday (26 July) at Southwark Crown Court, Judge Tomlinson sentenced Hudson, who ran Richards Associates, to four years' imprisonment for one count of fraudulent trading, with two additional terms of...

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