Greensill: Watchdog to probe ‘potentially criminal’ collapse of firm

In a letter to Mel Stride, the chair of the Treasury Committee in the House of Commons, FCA chief executive Nikhil Rathi said the investigation was looking into Greensill Capital, its subsidiary Greensill Capital Securities and the oversight of the latter by its principal, Mirabella Advisers.

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