Investment Advisers Deny Fraud, Money Laundering Charges

By Richard Crump (September 30, 2021, 4:11 PM BST) -- Three investment advisers pleaded not guilty to charges of fraud, carrying out an unregulated investment business and money laundering when they appeared at a London court on Thursday.

Raheel Mirza, Opeyemi Solaja and Cameron Vickers each denied conspiring to defraud investors between June 2016 and January 2020 by selling investments in binary options, a type of financial product, at Southwark Crown Court, The three men each denied a single charge of breaching the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 by carrying out a regulated activity while unauthorized to do so by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Vickers and Mirza also pleaded not guilty...

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