Berkeley Burke SIPP administrators block scheduled Court of Appeal hearing

Scheduled in two weeks

Hannah Godfrey
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“It is thought that a successful appeal at the Court of Appeal may have mitigated the need for the FSCS to make pay-outs in relation to the company in Administration" - Berkeley Burke Group
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“It is thought that a successful appeal at the Court of Appeal may have mitigated the need for the FSCS to make pay-outs in relation to the company in Administration" - Berkeley Burke Group

The administrators handling Berkeley Burke SIPP Administration have blocked the firm's upcoming Court of Appeal hearing following a judgement made against it last year.

The firm's administrators, RSM Restructuring Advisory, said its wider responsibility was towards Berkeley Burke's creditors and the safeguarding of the funds from the estate for the benefit of the creditors....

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