FSCS declares two British Steel adviser firms in default

67 BSPS claims between them

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FSCS declares two British Steel adviser firms in default

The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) has declared two financial advice firms in default, both of which advised on British Steel transfers.

One of the three failed advice firms, County Capital Wealth Management Limited, trading as The Pension Review Service and Fathom, has been in liquidation since 8 May 2020, according to the Financia...

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