Berkeley Burke wins leave to take FOS SIPP case to Court of Appeal

This autumn

Hannah Godfrey
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"We shall continue to take all reasonable steps to pursue this case and defend its position through the appeal process" - Berkeley Burke
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"We shall continue to take all reasonable steps to pursue this case and defend its position through the appeal process" - Berkeley Burke

Embattled SIPP administrator Berkeley Burke has been granted permission to appeal the judgement delivered against it in October last year.

Lord Justice Hickinbottom in the Court of Appeal, Civil Division, granted the appeal, which will be held at the Court of Appeal sometime in autumn 2019. The appeal is in respect of last year's High...

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