A Tamworth-based mortgage and general insurance broker has been refused a consumer credit licence by the Office of Fair Trading. Peter Collinson had been struck off the roll of solicitors for misapp-ropriation of clients’ funds and other related offences, according to the OFT’s adjudicator.
Iimia’s multi-manager team has begun to invest in alternative energies across its fund range, predicting that governments will raise taxes on oil firms.
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