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FSA bans adviser for misleading clients

Richard Wolf of Rotheville Limited has had his FSA approval withdrawn after he was found to have misled his clients.

The FSA has issued a final notice to Wolf saying he failed to act with honesty and integrity by misleading clients into believing that they had insurance cover in place, when he had not forwarded their premiums.

The regulator also said he failed to have adequate systems and controls in place to ensure that premiums received were passed on to insurers and he failed to deal with the FSA in an open and co-operative way.

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