FCA bans and fines ex-Keydata director £350k

Norman, Tessa
September 2015
Money Marketing;9/24/2015, Issue 1502, p12
The article reports that the investment firm Keydata Co.'s finance director Craig McNeil has banned and fined 350,000 pound by the Great Britain Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as he sold investment products to retail investors via Independent Financial Advisers (IFA).


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