Finance in Medicine Ltd was a financial adviser in Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, that is known to have given negligent financial advice to some of it’s former clients, leading them to make high-risk investment through SIPP pensions.
Often, people would be introduced to the idea of getting more in retirement by making high-risk investments (although they sometimes wern’t told they were high-risk) through a cold-call or a free pension review. Some introducers used Finance In Medicine Ltd to sign off on the transfer paperwork to move into SIPPs like those on offer from The Lifetime SIPP Company, in order to make high-risk investments, despite those clients not being suitable for them in the first place.
Now, Finance In Medicine is in liquidation, no-longer authorised by the watchdogs at the FCA to give financial advice, or help anyway transfer their pension again.
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