GPC SIPP enters administration after fighting Harlequin claims

2,700 SIPPs with Harlequin investments

Hannah Godfrey
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"The joint administrators are continuing to trade the business while in ongoing discussions with a number of interested parties as part of our work to try to sell the company’s business as a going concern," - Smith & Williamson's Adam Stephens
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"The joint administrators are continuing to trade the business while in ongoing discussions with a number of interested parties as part of our work to try to sell the company’s business as a going concern," - Smith & Williamson's Adam Stephens

GPC SIPP has entered insolvency after fighting a raft of claims and complaints made against it in relation to investments in the Harlequin property scheme.

Administrators Smith & Williamson (S&W) have been appointed as joint administrators of the self-invested personal pension (SIPP) provider. GPC - previously known as Guardian Pension Consultants Ltd - filed...

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