Jersey Police and regulator urge people to be careful when investing after fraud trial

Pedro Gonçalves
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Jersey Police and the Island's financial services regulator are advising people to take extra care when choosing to invest money and to carry out thorough checks before making a decision. A warning after the recent jailing of former Lumiere Wealth managing director Christopher Byrne for seven years.  "The police encourage all persons looking to invest funds on the advice of a financial advisor to follow the guidance issued by the Jersey Financial Services Commission available of their website or at their Castle Street office, " the financial crimes unit said in a statement. Christophe...

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