Clients raise concerns over Quilter International still taking fees from a mis-sold fund

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Clients raise concerns over Quilter International still taking fees from a mis-sold fund

Quilter International, now owned by Utmost Group, has come under the spotlight for still taking client fees from a fund mis-sold by a subsequently jailed financial adviser, in a Sunday Times report on 12 December. The Sunday Times said that Martin Rigney of Sheffield- based Topps Rogers Financial Management had not told clients that he was moving their money into high-risk unregulated investments, including Poland Geared Growth. These investments have been frozen since 2008 and are now...

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