The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has renewed calls for investors in one of the UK's largest Ponzi schemes to come forward and claim their share of the £914,000 "likely" available for distribution.
In a post on its website on Friday, the regulator detailed how it proposes to compensate investors in the "unlawful" scheme, which also saw former England cricketer Darren Gough and actor Jerome Flynn...
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