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ICS opens compensation process for clients of 11 former firms

The Investors Compensation Scheme is permitting the clients of 11 former investment brokers to apply for compensation.


The firms are Manchester-based Trevor Saw Insurance Services, Dorset-based Cathedral Gate Consultants, Solihull-based sole trader J.Eade, Staffordshire-based Morribond Kane & Partners, Sussex-based Selectline Financial Services, Sussex-based Oldham Mortgage Consultants, Bolton-based W.P.W. & Partners, Devon-based The Kensington Group, Middlesex-based Loh Morris Borst, Surrey-based Houghton Sanderson Financial & Insurance Services and Lancashire-based Ray Greenwood Fund Management.

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