Property was never built
In process of recovering money
Paid £39,000 'deposit'
Complaints into double figures
FSCS paid out £55.6m
Costs to firm unknown
Lawyers expecting 1000 new claims
More claims expected
Charged with three counts of fraud
Beware botched approach to managing conflicts
High Court decision passed today
Adviser transacted multiple pension transfers
Firm mentioned in emails to investors
Ruling handed down in London
Regulatory action against less than 1% of advisers since 2010
£1bn in complaints costs since 2010
Laura Miller takes stock of a troubled SIPP market
Ames could face bankruptcy
Main distributors already triggered £60m payout
A Serious Fraud Office (SFO) investigation into embattled overseas property firm Harlequin has taken evidence from its former accountants, which Harlequin is currently suing.
A financial advice firm that tried to challenge the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) in the High Court over a ruling on pension advice has had its case thrown out.
The Pension Ombudsman Service (POS) has dismissed a complaint against self-invested personal pension (SIPP) provider Berkley Burke, ruling it was not the firm's responsibility to carry out detailed due diligence on unregulated investments.