Qamar Hussain t/a Radiant Technological Services v The Financial Services Authority: FIN/2007/0006 and 0010

Upper Tribunal Tax and Chancery decision of Judge Bishopp, Member O’Neill and Member Lund on 18 December 2007.

Read the full decision in Qamar Hussain trading as Radiant Technological Services v The Financial Services Authority: FIN/2007/0006 & 0010.

REGULATED ACTIVITIES — own-initiative variation of permission — supervisory notice varying a Part IV permission by removing all regulated activities with immediate effect — failure by applicant to disclose convictions for dishonesty when making application — failure to disclose further conviction for dishonesty occurring after permission granted — applicant communicating with Authority in abusive, insulting and threatening terms — applicant’s refusal to comply with notice despite failing in application to Tribunal to have it suspended — refusal to submit final RMAR — failure to notify clients of withdrawal of permissions — whether fit and proper person — no — supervisory notice correct action for Authority to take — reference dismissed.

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