Financial adviser banned in nine-year bankruptcy order 

Mark Battersby
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A UK independent financial adviser was banned in a nine-year bankruptcy order, the Insolvency Service said in a statement on 4 April.  Marc Jones, 42, from Cardiff, was self-employed as an independent financial adviser from January 2012 until October 2018. From 2018 to 2019 he worked on behalf of a financial institution selling various financial products. Jones received commission payments totalling several hundred thousand pounds on the sale of insurance policies that he knew, or ought to have known, would be cancelled. In addition, he received payment for services that he then fa...

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