FCA tries to ban IFA convicted of grooming

Decision referred to Tribunal

Sophie King
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Frensham was sentenced to 22 months in prison after being found guilty for sexually grooming an underage girl
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Frensham was sentenced to 22 months in prison after being found guilty for sexually grooming an underage girl

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has served a provisional notice to Frensham Wealth director and IFA Jon Frensham after he was convicted for grooming.

The FCA said that Frensham, formerly known as Jonathan James Hunt, is not a fit and proper person and has subsequently attempted to withdraw his approval to perform his current senior management functions....

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