We at Get Claims Advice are mis-sold pension experts. We specialise in final salary claims, mis-sold SIPPs (self-invested personal pensions), annuities claims and more.
Our experienced case handlers are always on-hand to help. We’ll listen to your pension story, offer clear and transparent advice, and discover if we can move your claim forward.
We can offer support and guidance for claims regarding wealth management company Mattioli Woods too, who are now handling Stadia Trustees old SIPP clients. Read on to find out more.Speak With A Claims Handler
Mis-selling within the financial sector may occur if an asset or product is presented or sold in a mis-leading or non-transparent way.
Here are some examples of possible mis-selling:
If any of the above apply to you and your relationship with Stadia Trustees, it doesn’t mean you’re guaranteed compensation, but you may still be able to make a claim.
That’s where we can help you. Our experienced case handlers are always happy to hear a pension story and will explore what options are available to you.
For a FREE initial assessment of your claim, you can contact us here.
Stadia Trustees was a SIPP operator run by Tony Hales who failed to meet FSA (Financial Standards Authority) standards after repeated warnings beginning in 2011 regarding UCIS investments in particular. By January 2013, they were no longer taking business.
Stadia Trustees were finally declared default in January 2018 after the FSCS (Financial Services Compensation Scheme) found they were unable to financially cope with the waves of claims
Mattioli Woods took over Stadia Trustees’ SIPP book in 2016 and has since submitted over 350 claims to the FSCS to recoup over £10m for clients who had been mis-sold SIPPS.
Many of the claimants were deemed inexperienced investors who weren’t appropriate for the type of investments they were being advised to make by Stadia Trustees’ financial advisers.
Unfortunately, this is a common story we hear a lot when it comes to mis-sold SIPPs, which has seen thousands of people lose their retirement funds.Get Started Today
The good news is, there are a number of options available to you.
You can make a claim yourself for free by contacting the company directly or using the Financial Ombudsman Service or Financial Services Compensation Scheme if the claim falls within their remit.
Or you can contact a team member at Get Claims Advice. The big advantage to this is that our experienced and knowledgeable team will give you bespoke advice and handle the claim on your behalf.
We’ll look at your case individually to discover if we think you can make a claim and then, if we can proceed your claim, work to get you the best result we can.Speak With A Specialist