Qamar Hussain t/a Radiant Technological Services v Financial Conduct Authority: FIN/2007/0006

Upper Tribunal Tax and Chancery decision of Judge Oliver QC on 18 December 2007.

Read the full decision in Qamar Hussain trading as Radiant Technological Services v Financial Conduct Authority: FIN/2007/0006.

SUPERVISORY NOTICE – Application for direction to suspend effect of notice until reference disposed of – Notice varied Applicant’s permission by removing all regulated activities with immediate effect – Reason for notice being breach of threshold condition 5 – In application for permission to conduct regulated activities the Applicant failed to disclose relevant convictions – Applicant failed to disclose convictions taking place after his approval – Applicant refuses to cease carrying out regulated activities notwithstanding the notice – Whether Tribunal satisfied that the direction to suspend the effect of the notice would not prejudice the interests of the consumers – No – Whether necessary for notice to take effect immediately – Yes – Whether register should include no particulars about the reference – No – Applications dismissed – Financial Services and Markets Tribunal Rules 2001 SI 2001 NO2476 Rule 10(1)(e), Rule 10(6) and Rule 10(9).

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