The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) has upheld a second decision in as many weeks against Guinness Mahon, relating to a high-risk investment made into a SIPP, following unregulated advice.
The complaint was made by solicitors Anthony Philip James & Co (APJ) - the firm that also brought the previous case. It centres on how Guinness Mahon opened a self-invested personal pension scheme (SIPP)...
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