Lawyers representing embattled SIPP provider Berkeley Burke argued the firm would have needed to "peer into a crystal ball" to understand the level of due diligence the Ombudsman would come to require of it.
Speaking at a judicial review hearing taking place in London today (10 October), a lawyer representing the self-invested personal pension (SIPP) provider, Jonathan Kirk, suggested the firm would have needed...
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