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Hi, the short answer to your question is yes it would. This is because finance companies are generally regulated by the financial services authority and a fraud conviction will prevent you from becoming fsa regulated.
The other thing is, it will appear on your crb report and any employer will need to consider this before employing you.
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i have been employed by a company since the conviction in November. I recently resigned and went to work for a competitor. They are now threatening my new employer that they will report them if they do not terminate my employment.
i declared the conviction on my application form and the new company were happy with it
If the new company does not have a problem then you have nothing to worry about.
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yes it does , thank you
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