Our Partners - Gary Naylor and Ken Hanning - have decades of experience as financial services professionals. Now they are using that expertise, on your behalf, to win back your pension transfer losses.
Our service is no win no fee, we will only charge you a fee if we win an offer of compensation for you - when our normal fee will be 20% (inclusive of VAT)
You can make a claim directly yourself, or via the Financial Ombudsman Service (where a firm is still trading), or via the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) where a firm has been declared in default.
You can choose to use us if you are not confident about making a claim yourself, or if you believe that your claim may be complex.
Having already suffered a really bad experience with financial services, we know only too well from so many of our client conversations just how difficult it can be to trust someone again. So use the tab below to read some of the client feedback that Ken has shared with our site.
It's comments like these that drive our passion for our work.
Most of our clients who have lost money after a pension transfer were persuaded to move from their pension scheme into a Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP). Let's see if we can help you too - find your SIPP company below
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 not be beaten on fees - * if you see a UK regulated pensions claims management service advertising a lowere fee than ourselves - we will beat it!
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has warned today (15/05/2019 Citywire) that complaints about SIPPs (Self Invested Personal Pensions) have risen again in the past year.
We can help - and if your pension transfer into a SIPP was recommended by an adviser who's firm has now failed - we may be able to pursue an FSCS claim for you.
The Daily Record newspaperhas interviewed Assist.Claims Partner Ken Hanning about Storage Pod Schemes
CityWire reports today (17/01/2019) that the UK Regulator -Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) - has visited 5 SIPP companies it has concerns about. Have you been affected by poor SIPP pension transfer advice?
If you were invested via a Stadia trustees SIPP, get the latest update here
Our customers have told us in their own words how they feel about experiencing our service - and winning compensation, it's pretty humbling stuff!
Get our latest views about the pensions industry, advice and regulation here. Read our commentary on the latest news - discover if you agree with us!
If you have been the victim of poor pension transfer advice, or a pension transfer scam - then we are the right experts to deal with - 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.