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Legal and Finance Industry Ban for Former Jersey Solicitor

Former Jersey Solicitor, Kevin Manning, who was sent to prison for three and a half years in December 2018, following his conviction on fraudulent conversion and money laundering offences, has been banned from ever working in legal or financial services again.

In a Public Statement issued by the Jersey Financial Services Commission, it was determined that Mr Manning had demonstrated a lack of integrity.

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Mr Manning was suspended from practice on 18 December 2014, following a Law Society investigation into his conduct and was struck off from the Roll of Advocates and Solicitors on 31 July 2019.

Individuals who suffered loss in relation to funds held on a client account as a result of dishonesty on the part of Mr Manning have been compensated in full through a Client Protection Fund established by the Law Society and funded by its members.