Self-invested personal pension (SIPP) providers holding Harlequin investments are set to earn £17m from investors in fees over the next ten years, according to a law firm, while the underlying investment could be virtually worthless.
About 3,400 of the nearly 6,000 people who invested hundreds of millions of pounds into troubled unregulated overseas property company Harlequin Property did so via their SIPPs. However, the value of...
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