Failed Liberty SIPP racks up almost 1,700 FSCS claims

Entered administration in April 2020

Sophie King
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The FSCS said that no compensation has been paid out yet towards these claims.
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The FSCS said that no compensation has been paid out yet towards these claims.

Collapsed self-invested personal pension (SIPP) provider Liberty SIPP has received 1,696 claims against it, according to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).

According to a note published on Monday (25 January), the claim-embroiled SIPP provider officially failed this week after going into administration on 27 April last year following a number of high-risk...

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