The UK financial services sector is highly regulated so advice must comply with strict rules. If you have been recommended a financial product like a pension, investment scheme or business loan, it must be ‘suitable’ for your needs at the time of purchase. Financial products must be described clearly and not mislead customers in any way.
Unfortunately, as high profile mis-selling scandals have shown, the financial services sector does not always meet these standards. But it’s a complicated area. Determining whether advisers have given inappropriate advice requires a thorough understanding of your individual circumstances.
This is where our specialist financial mis-selling team can help. We have specific expertise in the financial services sector, know the regulations inside out, and can settle your claim quickly and effectively.
We will listen carefully to your story, assess whether regulations were breached, and represent you robustly if there’s a case to answer. Our experienced team are leaders in the field and will always present your claim in the most compelling manner.
We have helped individuals win claims against financial advisers who mis-managed their portfolio, transferred their pension into unsuitable investments, or recommended fraudulent or unregulated schemes. Our solicitors have also helped SMEs to claim against banks, including when loans with embedded or unclear interest rate hedges were mis-sold.
Because making a professional negligence claim can be complex, we do everything possible to make the process simple. Our team will keep you up to speed, listen to your concerns, and answer any questions you might have.
We’re also flexible. If you’re concerned about the cost of pursuing your claim, we offer a range of funding options that meet your particular needs and circumstances.
Talk to us about:
- Bad CFDs advice
- Poor financial advice
- Mis-sold pension products
- Mismanaged investment schemes
- FX hedging products
- Negligent Film Partnership Schemes
- Mis-selling of annuity
- Mis-sold investments
- Unsuitable QROPS
- Unsuitable Film Tax Schemes
- Secured lending