Colonial Capital Group Bond Investments

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Set up in 2011 and incorporated in 2014, Colonial Capital Group Plc was to “take advantage” of dislocation in the US housing market in areas such as Chicago, and was offering investors in Colonial Capital Group 3 year bonds 12% interest and 100% of the investment funds back when redeemed.

But like so many other “SIPP approved”, HIGH RISK Overseas Property Schemes, Colonial Capital Group doesn’t look set to deliver on those promises to investors, as it is now in liquidation, leaving some investors with doubts over the future of their Colonial Capital investments, and in some cases, their retirements.

Self-Invested Personal Pensions can be a great vehicle for investments and a good source on income in retirement, but not if your investments are unsuitable for you.

Overseas property investments like Colonial Capital Group are classed as non-standard assets, and are therefore HIGH-RISK, meaning if you’re not a High-Net-Worth Individual, or a Sophisticated Investor, your financial adviser may have given you negligent advice to invest in it, putting YOUR money at risk, and you may be able to make a claim!

If you’ve lost money through a cash, SIPP or SSAS investment into Colonial Capital Group, we’d love to hear from you, and can run through a FREE initial assessment to see if we can rescue your pension!

Timeline of events: Colonial Capital

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2011 - Colonial Capital Forms

Colonial Capital was officially formed as a company on 16 November 2011.

2017 - Enters Administration

Published on Companies House in March 2017, the Administrator’s proposal outlines some of the reasons that led up to Colonial Capital entering into Administration. It details how some investors regularly asked Colonial Capital for proof that they had purchased the properties, but none was “forthcoming”.

2017 - Liquidation

By November 2017, less than a year after the Administrators arrived on the scene, Colonial Capital went into a creditors voluntary Liquidation. The Metropolitan Police had $304k of money held, and over $6.5m had been loaned out to another company.

Did you know, we’ve made successful claims against Colonial Capital before?

If you needed any more reason to choose us to take forward your claim, we’ve seen success in the past with claims against Colonial Capital


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How can I tell if I was mis-sold Colonial Capital?

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    Or do you own £250,000 worth of investable assets?

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