Despite a £1.8bn ambition and around £300m of client money under management, Westbury Private Clients LLP is now in liquidation, and some clients may be able to make a claim.
Created back in 2010, Westbury Private Clients LLP was a wealth management firm, which sometimes used Reyker Securities as a “DFM” – a sort of investment portfolio manager. It also operated a SIPP (Self-Invested Personal Pension), administrated by Gaudi, called the Westbury Self-Invested Personal Pension (or Westbury SIPP).
But Reyker Securities terminated it’s agreement with Westbury Private Clients back in 2017 for “confidential” reasons.
According to a Gaudi spokesperson asked about Westbury, there was “just under £20 million” of Westbury client money with Gaudi, although there are supposedly other SIPP providers involved.
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Formed as Westbury Private Clients LLP on 15 November 2010.
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Sometime between 2016 and 2017, Reyker Securities discontinued their agreement with Westbury.