David John Bedford v The Financial Services Authority: FS/2010/0015

Upper Tribunal Tax and Chancery decision of Judge Bishopp and Member Chapman and Member Burbidge on 29 September 2011.

Read the full decision in David John Bedford v The Financial Services Authority: FS/2010/0015.

INSURANCE BROKER — assisting fraudster by continuing to place business with him when knowing risks were not being insured — forgery of policy documents — deceit of clients — whether prohibition appropriate — yes — whether financial penalty appropriate following police caution for same conduct — yes — but penalty reduced to £10,000 in particular circumstances of applicant.

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