The AIGO Funds

The widely sold, high-risk investment, the Aigo Fund (Aigo Holdings PCC) has been mis-sold to many people, leaving investors wondering what will happen to their pensions, having invested in AIGO through their SIPP Pension.

Investors may have been mis-sold the AIGO fund, if they were not fully informed of it’s high-risk nature, being floated on the Mauritius Stock Exchange and therefore outside of the jurisdiction of the financial services watchdog – the FCA.

For a financial adviser such as Henderson Carter Associates, Bank House Investment Management or Financial Page Ltd to recommend Aigo’s UK Commercial Property Fund, the UK Residential Property Fund, or the Aigo Natural Resources Fund, they should have checked that you were a High-Net Worth Individual, and a Sophisticated Investor.

If not, a financial adviser may have been negligent in recommending the Aigo Funds to you, and you may have a claim to be made.

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The selling of the AIGO Funds through SIPP pensions may have been a factor it at least 3 financial advice firms receiving FCA action against them: Henderson Carter, Financial Page (Andrew Page) and Bank House Investment Management.

Notes added to the records of all 3 companies said that "information has been provided to the FCA which has given rise to serious concerns with respect to the adequacy of the firm's pension advice".

Further notes on Bank House's and Henderson Carter's files said that they must "not carry on any activities in relation to pension switches and/or pension transfers to any SIPP [...]", which notes on Financial Page named the AIGO funds specifically, saying the Financial Page must "not carry on any activities in relation to pension switches and/or pension transfers to any SIPP, to facilitate investments in non-standard assets, (including the AIGO fund and the Hennessey Jones Bonds)".

High-Risk investments that are unregulated by the FCA should only be considered suitable for people who are rich enough (usually those who earn over £100k per year) to take on that amount of risk, and who are experienced investors who know what they are doing.

Anything less, and those people may have been mis-sold their AIGO investment. 

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