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ICS declares four ex-IFAs in default

The Investors Compensation Scheme has declared four former IFAs in default, opening the way for clients to lodge formal compensation claims. The firms are Richard K Thompson Associates of Cedars Avenue, Wombourne, Staffordshire; Manbury Personal Financial Advisers of Plaistow Lane, Bromley; Dyer Bussey Associates of Belle grove Road, Welling and W J Shore (Financial & Pensions Management) of Westbury Hill, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol.

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