RegulationCorporate GovernanceFormer Chester chairman suspended over alleged accounting breach

Former Chester chairman suspended over alleged accounting breach

Ian James Anderson suspended by the Solicitors Regulation Authority over alleged accounting rules breach

An alleged accounting rules breach has led to the closure of solicitors’
offices run by a former chairman of Chester City FC.

Anderson and Co’s offices in Birkenhead and Buyten, Liverpool were shut by
the
Solicitors
Regulation Authority
, reported
the
BBC
.

Former Chester City chairman and solicitor Ian James Anderson has been
suspended.
If there is a case to answer the SRA will refer it to the
Solicitors’
Disciplinary Tribunal
.

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