Credit union directors banned for flouting regulations
Three directors of a former Bournemouth-based credit union which went into administration owing more than 7m have received lengthybans.
Loan brokerage directors banned
Mr Timmer, a Dutch national, has been disqualified for 12 years, while Mrs Rowe will be subject to a six year ban. Both were directors of More Financial Limited, which was wound up in the public interest by the High Court on 19 August 2013 following an Insolvency Service Company Investigations probe into the affairs of the company.
PPI company director gets 10-year ban
Dean Anthony Spencer, the director of Claim & Gain Limited, has been banned for misleading customers and breaching governmentregulations.
12-year bankruptcy restriction for man who ran failed 8.5m spread betting scheme
Mr Mudge obtained over 8.5 million from investors for his failed spread betting scheme - the Churchgate Trading Syndicate - between June 2009 and February 2012. An investigation by a specialist team at the Insolvency Service found that investors were promised guaranteed returns of 15 per cent every quarter and told their money would be used to trade spread bets.