Law360, London (August 15, 2019, 2:25 PM BST) -- British fraud investigators sought help on Thursday from investors in London Capital & Finance with its criminal probe into the mini-bond company, which has left thousands of consumers out of pocket after it collapsed this year.
The crime-fighting agency is asking consumers to hold onto financial records detailing their investments with LC&F, which collapsed after selling £236 million ($286 million) of mini-bonds. (AP)
The Serious Fraud Office has asked investors to hold onto emails, letters or financial records detailing their investments with LC&F, which collapsed in January, and to keep the information private as the agency carries out its investigation.
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