FCA sets out detail of Greensill and GAM conflict of interest

Kathleen Gallagher
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The Financial Conduct Authority has issued the final notices for GAM International Management and the former investment directory Timothy Haywood, detailing the conflict of interests that arose in their investment into Greensill.  In the notices issued today (30 March) the FCA published new details, along with previous known knowledge. These included that Greensill had offered GAM an equity warrant and a "fee ramp" in October 2016 around the time of its investment into the special purpose vehicle Laufer and issues around the creation of a new class of the supply chain finance fund. Fo...

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