Guardian sues Harlequin investors over SIPP fees

Laura Miller
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Guardian SIPP is suing investors with pension money tied up in troubled property investment Harlequin for non-payment of the fees related to their self-invested personal pension (SIPP).

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....

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