The depressingly familiar collapse of London Capital & Finance and similar episodes represent a failure of the whole financial services sector to promote itself sufficiently well to the consumer, argues Tim Sargisson
The collapse of London Capital & Finance (LCF) has the potential to leave 11,500 investors out-of-pocket to the tune of £236m. The unravelling financial disaster is a well-trodden path in that the firm...
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