Last updated: 08/10/2020
Have you lost money with German Property Group / Dolphin Trust investments via a pension transfer? You can read more below, or call us for an informal conversation
Many clients were persuaded to transfer their pensions savings into Dolphin Trust - now German Property Group. The promoters claimed that they would invest into historic German property. However the scheme was troubled from an early stage.
The German Property Group / Dolphin Trust scheme was based in Germany and was not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority here in the UK. In short, investors have not been paid the growth and returns that the investment documentation promised.
If you believe that your SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension Plan) has performed badly because of your transfer into German Property Group investments - then it is time to take action. You can make a claim yourself, or use our service.
If your SIPP firm is still trading , you can complain directly to them yourself. If you are unhappy with their response you can refer your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS). There is no fee for you to do this yourself.
If your SIPP firm has ceased to trade you may be able to make a claim via the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) and you will not be charged a fee if you do this yourself.
If you feel that you do not have the time or expertise to make a claim yourself for your German Property Group / Dolphin Trust losses, you can get in touch with our Partners - Gary Naylor or Ken Hanning - directly below.
Between them they have many decades of experience in financial services.
We will make a charge for our service - 18% inclusive of VAT.
Whatever you choose to do - don't delay!