Financial Losses With Organic Investment Management

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High-Risk Investment Fears Prompt FCA to Act

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have raised concerns over unrated and potentially high risk investments that Organic Investment Management advised their customers to make.

This resulted in the FCA restricting the permission of Organic Investment Management in December 2018. The company can no longer carry out regulated activities and have now fallen into Administration.

Many people were advised by Organic Investment Management to use a Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) to invest significant levels of pension money into a series of high risk and unregulated funds and bonds. These have now been suspended because the assets held within them cannot be accurately valued.

This could lead to customers of Organic Investment Management suffering high levels of loss on pensions and investments made through the company.

If this affects you, then Neglect Assist may be able to help you pursue a No Win, No Fee claim for compensation to recover your losses. Please call us on 0800 152 2620 for free and without obligation advice.

Failings Of Organic Wealth Management

As a company whose business activities are authorised and regulated by the FCA, Organic Investment Management are subject to strict professional standards.

They must abide by rules and regulations prescribed by the FCA. Breaches of these provisions could mean that they are held responsible financial losses that follow.

We believe that Organic Investment Management may have breached several important, fundamental regulatory rules prescribed by the FCA with regards to the dealings they have had with customers.

The company were issued with numerous warnings over inadequate compliance. The FCA commented;

the exposure of…portfolios to illiquid, potentially high risk, assets was identified as a particular concern

Furthermore, the Financial Ombudsman Service has previously stated that businesses such as Organic Wealth Management have a duty to warn customers not to proceed with unsuitable SIPP investments. They should therefore take into account the personal circumstances of each individual customer. We feel there are numerous situations where this may not have not occurred.

If you have suffered financial loss as a result of investing or transferring a pension with Organic Wealth Management then, please call us on 0800 152 2620 for free and without obligation advice.

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Mis-selling or mis-management by a SIPP Operator?

Have you suffered financial losses on a SIPP operated by a SIPP operator? If so, then you may have grounds for bringing a No Win No Fee claim.

Some SIPP operators have entered into dealings with third party advisers who are not authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority to give pension or investment advice. This is despite their regulatory body publishing alerts and giving warnings against such actions.

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