Claim-embroiled pension provider Liberty SIPP has entered administration following a number of high-risk non-standard investment claims against it. The company was advised it was insolvent based on the number of claims against it, and advised to enter administration to protect any creditors, including former customers. The UK regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said potential claimants will still be able to claims against Liberty SIPP, but those claims would go straight to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme. Andrew Poxton and Alex Cadwallader of Leonard Curtis hav...
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