Pension directors banned from running companies for a total of 21 years

The directors of two pension companies shut down in the public interest have received bans for their role in the companies’ mismanagement of members’ funds. Gleeson Bessent Trustee Services (GBTS) and Gleeson Bessent Trustees (GBT), based in Preston, were wound up in the public interest by the courts in March 2017. Investigations by the Insolvency Service into the conduct of the directors has led to the four directors giving disqualification undertakings totalling 21 years , which means they cannot run a company directly or ... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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