Some clients who transferred their existing pensions into a Liberty SIPP have been invested into Unregulated Assets - ie. investments not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
Some of these clienst were introduced to their Liberty SIPP by an introducer firm called Avacade
The FCA has launched legal proceedings against Avacade, and three former directors of the firm, alleging that it had carried out regulated activities, apparently by offering a free "pension review" service for UK citizens - whilst not being authorised by the FCA.
A number of Liberty SIPP clients were invested into unregulated assets - such as Ethical Forestry, Storage Pods, and overseas property and "Green" plantations. If you have been affected - it is time to get in touch with us.
You can make a direct claim yourself. Or you can choose to use our service.
Our partners - Gary Naylor and Ken Hanning - will handle your potential claim personally. We will carry out an in depth discussion with you to establish exactly what happened - and who might be responsible.
We will then, with your authority, contact all the relevant parties - and research all available evidence - to determine the scale of any potential loss - and the level of compensation that you might be entitled to,
We work on a genuine "no-win no-fee" basis - if we do not win compensation for you, you will not pay us a penny. If we do win an award, we will charge you 16.66% plus VAT of the award - ie. 20% in total. Also, be reassured that we do not handle client money - we will only invoice you once you have your award.