Ex-Judge Probing LC&F's Collapse To Seek Investors' Help

Law360, London (July 25, 2019, 4:13 PM BST) -- The former appellate judge appointed to run an independent inquiry into the collapse of London Capital & Finance amid a £236 million ($295 million) bonds scandal said on Thursday she will gather evidence from investors who lost money.

Elizabeth Gloster QC, who in May was appointed to spearhead the investigation into the investment firm - and the role of the Financial Conduct Authority before it collapsed in January - has set out her plans after being handed the FCA's conditions for the investigation.

“Many people have been badly affected by the failure of London Capital & Finance PLC. There is rightly a great...

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