Lush complains to FCA about ex-boss over shares transfer


Lush has complained to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) about former chief executive Andrew Gerri and his investment firm Silverwood Brands over a transfer of shares.

In a complaint to the FCA and Aquis Stock Exchange, the handmade cosmetics retailer complained that Gerrie had misled the stock market about the viability of the transfers.

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