Carey Pensions to face fresh legal challenge as judgement looms

£30,000 lost to unregulated scheme

Hannah Godfrey
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SIPP provider Carey Pensions is facing a fresh legal challenge
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SIPP provider Carey Pensions is facing a fresh legal challenge

Self-invested personal pension (SIPP) provider Carey Pensions has become the subject of a fresh legal challenge, facing a claim it failed to undertake the required due diligence when accepting SIPP investments.

Solicitor Anthony Philip James & Co (APJ) is bringing the case on behalf of Mr R, who lost £30,000 after investing into Green Oil Australia through a Carey Pensions Sipp. It has said Mr R decided to make...

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