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ICS allows claims against a further nine firms

The Investors Compensation Scheme has announced that customers of nine former investment firms can lodge formal applications for compensation.


The ICS is satisfied that the firms are unlikely to be able to meet investment-related claims against them.


The firms involved are the Scottish Fiduciary Investment Company, David Mathieson Life, T A Paling Insurance & Claim Consultants, Barwells Financial Services, Dorset Insurance Consultants, Hartley Baines, Derek Gilchrist Financial Services, Chamberlain Marks Insurance Services Ltd and Shearlangstone Brokers.

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