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Carey pensions bought by STM group

STM Group buys ‘troubled’ Carey Pensions in £400,000 deal.


STM Group, a firm listed on the Alternative Investments Market (AIM), has purchased ‘troubled’ SIPP provider Carey Pensions in a new deal with around Four-Hundred-Thousand pounds. The deal appears to have gone ahead, despite the fact that Carey Pensions is facing ongoing court cases over some if its SIPP pensions. Carey Pensions may be in … Continued

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Elysian Fuels saga: Future Capital Partners Limited enters into liquidation


Future Capital Partners Limited, the firm that managed the liquidated bio-fuels investment Elysian Fuels, has itself entered into liquidation. The news of FCP entering liquidation, which began in early September 2018, follows months of industry speculation after it was revealed that it was facing closure as HMRC probed investors. Elysian Fuels was declared a tax … Continued

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FSCS seeks £25million claim from ‘The Pensions Office’ over claims


The Financial Services Compensation Scheme, which has been responsible for paying out claims for the negligent advice of The Pensions Office Limited since the firm collapsed, it apparently set to place a claim with the firm’s liquidators for a figure over £25 million. Some clients who received negligent advice from The Pensions Office and have … Continued

Pension scheme operators urged to do more to stop scam transfers


The trustees of 14 pension schemes have received a joint letter from The Pensions Regulator (TPR), The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS), urging them to do more to stop potential scam pension transfers and protect their members. The letter included one that should be forwarded on to scheme members who … Continued

FCA watchdogs to get tough on pension mis-selling after British Steel fiasco


The financial services watchdog – The Financial Conduct Authority – has said it has learned lessons about how the pension mis-selling scandal can blow up, in the wake of the British Steel Pension Scheme transfer mess. It was just last year when some financial advisers swooped in like vultures to transfer peoples’ pensions away from … Continued

Insurance companies force advisers to pay more amid pension advice scandal


Financial advisers that want to continue to give people pension transfer advice over their final salary pensions or other types of Defined Benefit pensions may have to pay more to professional indemnity insurers due to a growing mis-selling scandal. After studying the advice of around 13 companies who gave advice about transferring final salary pensions, the … Continued

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