Bolton monetary adviser Shopper’s First Monetary Consultants (FRN: 767449) has had its permission to conduct regulated actions withdrawn by the FCA after it didn’t pay regulatory charges of just about £4,000.
The regulator cancelled the corporate’s Half 4A permission after it didn’t pay charges that have been due in 2021 and 2022.
CFFCL was authorised by the FCA on 11 January 2017 for a spread of regulated exercise, together with advising on investments, besides on pension transfers and pension decide outs.
The corporate was beforehand generally known as Automobile Mortgage Consultants (Manchester) Ltd between January 2017 and August 2019 after which Spartan Cowl Ltd between August 2019 and June 2022, in line with the FCA’s Register.
It didn’t pay an bill from the FCA dated 25 August 2021 for periodic charges and levies of £2,104.23 which had been due for fee by 23 November 2021.
The corporate modified its title for the second time to Shopper’s First Monetary Consultants Ltd in June 2022.
Later that 12 months it didn’t pay an bill dated 13 September 2022 for periodic charges and levies of £1,710.31 which had been due for fee by 13 October 2022.
In keeping with Corporations Home, CFFCL was given discover on 25 July this 12 months that it could be struck off the Register of Corporations inside two months and all its property and rights deemed to be in bona vacantia, and would belong to the Crown.
Nevertheless the putting off was briefly suspended on 8 August “as an objection to the putting off has been acquired by the Registrar.” There have been no subsequent notices in regards to the agency printed on Corporations Home.
Then on 18 September the FCA gave CFFCL discover that it meant to take motion to cancel the agency’s Half 4 permission.
When CCFCL failed to reply, the FCA gave the corporate additional discover on 10 October that the regulator would cancel CFFCL’s Half 4A permission on 6 November, which it has now executed so.
The FCA mentioned: “CFFCL doesn’t have a proper to refer the choice to offer this Discover of Choice to the Tribunal.”
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