Have you ever taken out a private pension with Greyfriars? It went into administration in 2019 after many clients discovered they had been mis-sold their pensions and made claims against the company. If you have been affected, you could be one of the many eligible to claim, and we can help you get your money back.
Portfolio Six was a set of investments operated by Greyfriars Asset Management. On advice, many Greyfriars’ clients put their money into these highly volatile, high-risk and unregulated investments. They were unsuitable for pension investors, and as a result, Greyfriar faced penalties from governing financial bodies, ultimately leading to its liquidation.
It is still possible to apply for compensation and gain justice. If you think you have a claim, please contact us today.
If you have experienced any of the following, you might have the right to claim against Greyfriars:
One type of pension scheme you can transfer your existing pensions into is a SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension). SIPPs tend to offer far greater investment choice and flexibility. SIPPs are generally designed for experienced investors and as such often result in mis-sold pension claims.
Before a company invests your pension money, these investments must be properly checked and vetted. However, in the case of Greyfriars, this did not happen. “Portfolio Six” offered high-risk, non-regulated investments that left many Greyfriars’ clients out of pocket.
As such, Greyfriars must be held liable for the losses suffered.
You can speak to Keller Postman UK about your mis-selling claim. All you need to do is fill in our quick and easy form, and we will assess your case and let you know whether you have a claim. We do not charge for this assessment.
Where multiple people have received negligent or fraudulent pension advice from the same professional advisor/company, we can help them to recover their losses collectively. Group actions can be a powerful tool and can have a bigger impact than a single claim.
CONTACT US TO DISCUSS A PENSION MIS-SELLING GROUP ACTION CASE