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FSCS declares 2 recommendation companies as failed

FSCS declares 2 recommendation companies as failed


The Monetary Companies Compensation scheme has declared two monetary recommendation companies as failed.

The transfer opens the doorways to ex-clients to assert as much as £85,000 per declare in the event that they had been wrongly suggested.

The failed companies are Frodsham Monetary Planning and Sterling Inexperienced.

Rochdale-based Frodsham Monetary Planning Ltd, previously Tom Carroll Associates Monetary Planning Ltd (FRN 214554), has two claims towards it up to now with one upheld and one in progress. The claims relate to house finance and pensions.

Cheshire-based Sterling Inexperienced Ltd (FRN 469956) has 4 claims towards it up to now with two upheld and two in progress. All of the claims relate to SIPPs.

The FSCS has up to now declared eight companies as failed or beneath investigation this yr together with 5 this month up to now.

Final week Liverpool wealth supervisor and DFM supplier Blankstone Sington Ltd (FRN: 143694) was declared as failed by the Monetary Companies Compensation Scheme. The agency provided companies referring to Sipps, property administration, private and belief taxation companies and ISA recommendation.

Earlier this month the FSCS declared a Portuguese monetary agency concerned within the UK SIPP market, in breach of its regulatory permissions, as failed. Abana Unipessoal Lda, previously Abana Lda (FRN 597069), used the EU passporting guidelines to function within the UK however went past its remit in arranging SIPP-connected pension transfers.



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