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Berkeley Burke v FOS Latest
Berkeley Burke "failed in it's due diligence" According to the lawyer representing the Financial Ombudsman Service at the current legal case (12/10/2018). In detail he said that " The FOS’ point is it is not fair and reasonable to invest money without doing enough due diligence and establishing the title of the asset that you are accepting’. (Citywire 12/10/18)
A story in Citywire today (14/08/2018) says that SIPP claim lawyers Anthony Philip James & Co charge 30% + VAT of any compensation won - ie. 36% in total. We charge 20% inclusive of VAT. We will notbe beaten on fees - * if you see a UK regulated pensions claims management service advertising a lowere fee than ourselves - we will beat it!
If you have been the victim of poor pension transfer advice, or mis-selling, or (even worse) the victim of a pension transfer scam - then you need to know that we are the right people to deal with. Experienced and expert in this area. And - we will not be beaten on fees!
CityWire reports today that carey Pensions has put itself up for sale following a second year of losses. Judgement is also still awaited in the recent legal case involving Carey Pensions, and Carey Pensions has placed some clients' SIPPs into a "distressed" assets book.
If you become one of our clients we will ask you to provide us with personal data, which we may then share with compensation bodies, such as the FSCS or FOS; or we may also share this data with other industry bodies - but only in the pursuance of your claim. We will not share your data with any marketing firms. Our policy has recently been updated in line with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018.
Important announcement by the FSCS - it will now consider claims against collapsed SIPP companies where an eligible client can show evidence of a failure of due diligence by the SIPP provider. This could be critical for investors within unregulated underlying assets.