Public Notice- The Berkeley Burke SIPP Litigation

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The High Court has made a Group Litigation Order on 23 January 2018 in relation to a group action to be pursued by individuals who hold Self-Invested Personal Pensions with Berkeley Burke SIPP Administration Services Limited.

The group action concerns claims for damages, interest and costs arising from the establishment and operation of Self-Invested Personal Pension plans.

The court has ordered that any individual who wishes to pursue such a claim can join the group action by being added to the group register of claims.

The court has ordered that no claim may be added to the register after 23 July 2018 without the permission of the managing judge. The court has appointed joint lead solicitors to manage and coordinate the claims. If you are interested in joining the group action you may contact either of the lead solicitors whose details are as follows:

0808 302 6914

[email protected]

Hugh James       

Wixted & Co Solicitors

Hugh James and Wixted & Co Solicitors are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Terms and Conditions apply. This advertisement has been placed pursuant to a Court Order.


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