Law firm submits 500 cases to FOS against Liberty SIPP

Represents total value of £18m

Victoria McKeever
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Law firm submits 500 cases to FOS against Liberty SIPP
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Law firm submits 500 cases to FOS against Liberty SIPP

A firm of solicitors has issued 500 cases to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) against Liberty SIPP, on behalf of clients who it said had lost money after investing with the pensions provider.

The firm, Anthony Philip James & Co (APJ), said the cases - representing a total value of £18m - related to the mis-selling of self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs). APJ alleged Liberty SIPP f...

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