Articles about Alderley Asset Management began to appear in 2014, which reported that the firm was “hit by mis-selling claims” and was forced to go into administration due to this, with such claims totalling or exceeding 18 at the time.
The business has since been declared in default with the FSCS, and we’ve been working on Claims against Alderley Asset Management every since, with great overall success, and if you took advice from Alderley Asset Management our team are ready for a FREE enquiry about your claim options.
Previously operating under the names of Bankhall Financial Services and Sterling Wealth Management, Alderley Asset Management is know to have advised people to transfer pensions into SIPPs in order to invest in high-risk investments like Ethical Forestry, Overseas Property and Premier Children’s Services.
The FCA de-authorised Alderley back in 2014, and if you took their pension advice, you may be able to make a claim.Get started now
The FSCS have been paying out compensation for Alderley’s mis-selling of SIPP investments for a few years, with Spencer Churchill Claims Advice often leading the claim on a No Win – No Fee* basis.
Then you may have been mis-sold, and you could be able to make a claim for negligent SIPP advice.
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Not all SIPP pension investments are equal when it comes to risk.
Some are firmly in the high-risk category because they are unregulated by the FCA, which means the financial services watchdog is not able to peer over the shoulder of those investments to ensure they are run correctly.
Some are based abroad and may be registered there too.
Aldereley Asset Management is known to have mis-advised people on high-risk investments such as Ethical Forestry, Premier Children’s Services and some overseas property schemes, telling people they should be fine to make these investments when in fact they were often far from suitable.
Many have now claimed against the advice they received from Alderley, and if you used them to change your pension arrangements then you may be able to make a claim on a No Win – No Fee* basis.Speak with an expert
By 2014, the watchdogs at the FCA had caught up with the activities of Alderley Asset Management, and de-authorised them from conducting regulated financial activities… like pension transfers and switches.
2014 also say Alderley Asset Management enter into insolvency proceedings, which finished in February 2015