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PIA suspends Kent IFA

The PIA has suspended Kent IFA Chartertrack Financial Services from conducting investment business.


The firm based at Bank Chambers, 8 The Parade, Staplehurst, Kent has been suspended because it appears to the PIA that the firm may not be fit and proper as it is unable to comply with the PIA&#39s financial resource requirement.

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