The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is to claw a further £32,000 from convicted fraudster Benjamin Wilson after he inherited a nest egg from his mother.
On 11 June, Judge Grieve QC, sitting at the Central Criminal Court, increased the value of a confiscation order made against Wilson from £1 to £31,905.33. The increased order must be paid within 28...
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