Advice firm Holborn Assets under FSCS investigation

Advisory firm went into administration in October this year

Jenna Brown
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Holborn Assets, a financial advice firm, has been placed under investigation by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).

The compensation body said its investigation started today (4 December) and followed the advice firm falling into administration on 24 October. It was authorised in February 2015, according to a notice on the FSCS's website. Holborn Assets, listed on the Financial Services Register under 648817, has several other trading names linked to a Brighton address. These include Global UK Wealth, James Parker Financial and Neo Financial Planning. The FSCS said it was now considering claims against the firm. It said all claims would be assessed on a case-by-case basis, to determine whether t...

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