Carey Pensions accused of being 'in bed with scammers' during SIPP trial

Client was warned of risk

Hannah Godfrey
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Commentators have suggested the outcome of the case could shape the handling of future SIPP mis-selling claims
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Commentators have suggested the outcome of the case could shape the handling of future SIPP mis-selling claims

Self-invested personal pension (SIPP) administrator Carey Pensions has been accused of being "in bed" with scammers during an ongoing trial brought against the firm by a customer.

Lorry driver Russell Adams has alleged SIPP administrator Carey Pensions mis-sold him a SIPP. He and his lawyers have accused Carey Pensions of using a Spain-based unregulated introducer to facilitate...

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