Proceedings against Liberty SIPP to begin next year - law firm APJ

'Scratching the surface'

Hannah Godfrey
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“Our view is we will see many SIPP providers try to dodge the bullet by selling their ‘good’ assets and winding down the companies to avoid liability," - APJ's Anthony Wilson
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“Our view is we will see many SIPP providers try to dodge the bullet by selling their ‘good’ assets and winding down the companies to avoid liability," - APJ's Anthony Wilson

Court proceedings against embattled self-invested personal pension (SIPP) provider Liberty SIPP are set to begin next year, according to law firm Anthony Philip James & Co (APJ).

APJ managing director Anthony Wilson said claims against SIPP providers had so far only "scratched the surface", arguing many more "victims" deserved compensation for losses caused by risky investments...

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