The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has banned Angela Burns from acting as a non-executive director and fined her £20,000 for 'failing to act with integrity' while working for two mutual societies.
The FCA banned and fined Burns on the basis she did not disclose or avoid conflicts of interest during her time as a non-executive director. Burns is chief executive of her own investment consultancy,...
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