Stephen Allen has today (24 September) been sentenced to 28 months' imprisonment for forging a trust deed in a bid to help his client minimise restitution payments owed to victims. A director disqualification order of eight years was also imposed. Allen pleaded guilty to the offence of forgery on 13 July 2021. The charge relates to events that followed proceedings brought by the FCA against Renwick Haddow for operating several unauthorised collective investment schemes, which culminated in a successful judgement against Haddow and others in 2018. At the conclusion of these proce...
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