INVESTORS in Eurolife Capital Funding, who thought they were entitled to compensation when the company went into administration, were misinformed by a false claim the company was FSA regulated.
Joint administrators F.A. Simms & Partners wrote to the 2,300 investors in Eurolife Capital Funding, a subsidiary of Eurolife Assurance Group (EAG), stating the company was regulated by the FSA - meaning...
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