A very Victorian scam. Read the story of Ernest Terah Hooley, who went from being the go-to man for investors to being found guilty of fraudulently misrepresenting shares.
I'm the Content and Publications Manager at the Insolvency Service, and administrator of the agency's corporate blog.
I started at the Insolvency Service in 2019 and established the blog the same year.
Before I arrived here, I had 20 years of experience at Companies House, and before that I enjoyed a decade spent in retail management.
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