Director banned for eight years over unauthorised pension fund

Mark Battersby
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A call centre director was banned from running a company for eight years after negligence saw over £200,000 transferred into a pension scheme which was unregistered in breach of the Pensions Act 2002, following an investigation by the Insolvency Service. Philip James Hopkinson, 47, from Nottingham, was the director of Target Source Media, which initially operated as a call centre from November 2011 focused on buying and selling data, the Insolvency Service said in a notice on 9 August. In June 2016, Hopkinson on behalf of Target Source Media, established the Target Source Media Pensio...

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