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17-year bans for claims management bosses after breaching regulations

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17-year bans for claims management bosses after breaching regulations

 

Two Swansea bosses have been banned for a total of 17 years for breaching government regulations, while running two claims management companies.

 

Clifford Martin Stanford has been disqualified from acting as a director for 11 years for his conduct as director of Cerys-Angharad Ltd (Cerys) and Ifonic Plc (Ifonic).

 

And Timothy Mark Schubert has also been disqualified from acting as a director for 6 years in relation to his conduct as a director of Ifonic.

 

The order disqualifying the directors was made in the High Court on 27 November 2017 by Deputy Registrar Kyriakides.

 

The Insolvency Service found that members of the public had complained to Trading Standards and the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) about Cerys, which resulted in the MOJ conducting an investigation into the company’s claims management procedures.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/17-year-bans-for-claims-management-bosses-after-breaching-regulations


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