Former Keydata CEO Stewart Ford has protested what he calls "a grave injustice" after the Upper Tribunal's confirmation yesterday the FCA should fine him £76bn and ban him from all regulated financial services activity
Keydata designed and distributed investment products both directly and via financial advisers. Customers' money was invested in bonds issued by one of two Luxembourg-based companies, SLS Capital SA and...
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