Ex-Locke Lord partner pleads not guilty to fraud charges after being struck off

Former partner at US firm's London office denies fraud charges from North Yorkshire Police after being fired and struck off for running 'dubious' investment scheme

The former Locke Lord partner who was last month struck off for using a client account to run a “dubious” £21m investment scheme has pleaded not guilty to two counts of fraud.

Jonathan Denton, a former banking and finance partner in Locke Lord’s London office, appeared at Leeds Magistrate Court this morning (11 June) after being charged by North Yorkshire Police on 27 April.

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