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UK watchdog bans mini bonds marketing in wake of LCF collapse

LONDON, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Britain’s markets watchdog said on Tuesday it will temporarily ban the mass marketing of speculative mini-bonds to retail investors following the collapse of London Capital ... read more

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FCA bans marketing of unregulated mini bonds to retail investors

The UK’s financial regulator is using emergency powers to ban the marketing ... The watchdog estimates a further 11,000 customers have invested an average of £25,000 in mini bonds. “The FCA have taken ... read more

Mini-bond ad ban too little, too late: 'I just want my money back'

Investors who lost tens of thousands of pounds investing in mini-bond schemes are angry and unimpressed with an advertising ban, saying the UK’s financial regulator is not ... She called for a ... read more

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UK watchdog bans mini bonds marketing in wake of LCF collapse

Britain’s markets watchdog said on Tuesday it will temporarily ban the mass marketing of speculative mini-bonds to retail investors following the collapse of London Capital & Finance (LCF ... read more


Mini-bond ad ban too little, too late: 'I just want my money back'

Investors who lost tens of thousands of pounds investing in mini-bond schemes are angry and unimpressed with an advertising ban, saying the UK’s financial ... of the watchdog. The FCA replaced the ... read more

UK watchdog bans mini bonds marketing in wake of LCF collapse

LONDON, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Britain's markets watchdog said on Tuesday it will temporarily ban the mass marketing of speculative mini-bonds to retail investors following the collapse of London Capital ... read more



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