Collapse of Jersey-based Football Index faces new UK probe

Collapse of Jersey-based Football Index faces new UK probe

An independent investigation is to be launched after football fans lost almost £100m when a big betting firm collapsed into administration amid questions over how it was regulated, according to UK's Sunday Times newspaper. Ministers are understood to be "deeply concerned" at the failure of Jersey-based Football Index, which promoted itself as a "football stock market", and the government is set to establish a probe into the circumstances behind its tumble into insolvency, it reported on 11...

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