IFA jailed after stealing £600k from family

Pedro Gonçalves
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A Sheffield financial adviser who stole more than £600,000 from his own family to fund a life of luxury has been jailed for over six years.  David Nicholas King, stole several hundred thousand pounds of his late grandmother's life savings, along with cash from other family members, who had entrusted him to invest it for them. He then forged paperwork and letters to hide the theft and pretend that the bogus investments were performing well. South Yorkshire Police said he had "torn his family apart" and spent their money on holidays, designer clothes and shooting trips. He was jailed fo...

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