FCA claws back £291,000 from investment scheme fraudster

Pedro Gonçalves
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The UK corporate watchdog has secured a confiscation order totalling £291,070 against convicted fraudster, Mark Barry Starling. Starling was sentenced to five years in jail last November, after being found guilty of defrauding investors of just under £3m through a range of bogus investment funds over the course of a decade. In a statement this Wednesday the regulator said if Starling failed to pay the confiscation order of £291,070.36 made against him at Southwark Crown Court, he risked...

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