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Ex-Dragons' Den star Julie Meyer reported to the FCA for misconduct as her ex-adviser crowdfunds for legal battle

Julie Meyer, a former star of BBC TV show Dragons' Den, has been reported to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), City A.M. has learned. The self-proclaimed “entrepreneur’s champion”, who relocated ... read more

Conservatives revamp candidate vetting with sexual-misconduct question

OTTAWA — Conservative MPs, their party under fire for its handling of sexual misconduct allegations ... whether it’s sexual relations with your employees or of financial conduct with your company,” he ... read more

Duncan Bannatyne agrees out-of-court deal with former friend and CEO Nigel Armstrong

Graham Nigel Armstrong had been suing the ex-Dragons’ Den and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here star for unfair prejudice and wrongful ... Mr Armstrong, of Darlington, was sacked for gross misconduct ... read more

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Percentage problems: why one IFA changed the way he charges

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Financial Conduct Authority increases Brexit planning urgency, says chief executive Andrew Bailey

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has increased the urgency with which it is preparing for the UK to exit the European Union, chief executive Andrew Bailey said today. Former Bank of England deput... read more

Dragon boutique to bring Crispin Odey back to retail market

Crispin Odey is to manage a new global fund for Insynergy Investment Management, the fledgling boutique recently founded by ex-Skandia man Spike Hughes and chaired by Dragon's Den entrepreneur James C... read more

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