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Malcolm Calvert – an apology

On July 24, Money Marketing Online incorrectly reported that Mr Malcolm Calvert of IFA firm Buckland Harvester Ltd was being prosecuted for 12 counts of insider trading by the FSA.

We regret that this was the wrong Mr Malcolm Calvert and we withdraw any allegation to the effect that he or Buckland Harvester have been involved in any impropriety. Money Marketing apologises unreservedly to Mr Calvert and to his colleagues at Buckland Harvester for any embarrassment and distress caused by the original article.

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