Sidney Cordle and Scott Briscoe Limited v The Financial Services Authority: FS/2012/0006

Upper Tribunal Tax and Chancery decision of Judge Oliver QC, Member Farquharson and Member Palmer on 2 January 2013.

Read the full decision in Sidney Cordle and Scott Briscoe Limited v The Financial Services Authority: FS/2012/0006.

FINANCIAL SERVICES – authorisation to carry on regulated activity – approval to perform controlled functions – decisions to refuse applications – fit and proper – whether candidate for approval satisfied honesty and integrity criteria – failure to disclose prior investigation in applications for permission and approval – subsequent concealment by individual candidate - decision to reject applications upheld.

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