The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has refused to authorise an advice firm after it found its owners were trying to rid themselves of £1m of Connaught liabilities in a new structure.
In a final notice dated 19 May the regulator refused the application for authorisation made by advice firm Independent Family Advisers Limited (IFAL) after it found the firm's executive directors were...
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