Guinness Mahon Trust Corporation Limited in administration and SIPP business immediately sold to Hartley Pensions
Have you lost money through a pension provided by Guinness Mahon?
We can help.
Many people have lost money in recent years because of mis-sold Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPs).
Guinness Mahon was a provider of these pensions but some investors have lost funds that have been transferred into their SIPPs by unscrupulous Financial Advisors.
On 17 February 2020, and following complaints in relation to historic high-risk non-standard investments, the directors of Guinness Mahon Trust Corporation Limited (GMTC), a firm authorised and regulated by the FCA, appointed Adam Stephens and Nick Myers of Smith & Williamson LLP as Joint Administrators (administrators). The administrators have immediately sold the SIPP business to Hartley Pensions Limited (Hartley), another firm authorised and regulated by the FCA.
Eligible customers can bring claims to the FSCS up to the limit of £85,000.
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