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Mis-sold Aegis Power Bond Investment

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The Aegis Power Bond No.1 investment was supposed to do two great things: help the UK generate more renewable energy from onshore wind-farms, and provide investors with GREAT returns, many of whom would be benefiting in retirement having invested their pensions via SIPPs (Self-Invested Personal Pensions).

But as with many HIGH RISK and UNREGULATED INVESTMENTS, things don’t seem to have gone to plan with Aegis Power No1, with Joint Administrators appointed in August 2016…

Following months of work, Aegis Power PLC is now in liquidation!

An investment going into liquidation is very seldom a cause for celebration, but in this case it may prove tragic, as some investors seem to have been mis-sold their Aegis Power Bond investment too, not having been suitable for it in the first place!

Timeline of events: Aegis Power Bonds

2013 - Formation

Aegis Power appears as a company, set up to use investor money to create renewable energy sources.

2015 - Beaufort Securities

At some point, Aegis Power ended up becoming part of some of Beaufort Securities‘ investment portfolios, despite being a high-risk investment.

2016 - Suspension

In January 2016, disputes between board members resulted in one director being dismissed for gross misconduct.

On Friday the 3 June 2016, Aegis Power was suspended from trading on the Cyprus Stock Exchange, due to “Non submissions and publication” of its annual financial reports.

2017 - Liquidation

By September 2017, the Liquidators were called in, and Aegis Power was officially headed for history.

2018 - Liquidation Update

In November 2018, an update was provided that explained how 2 firms (Aegis Wind Finance No1 Limited, and Aegis Investments Nominee Limited), both owed money to Aegis Power Limited, totalling £97,250. Both firms are in administration at the time of the report.

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