Help For A Mis-Sold Berkley Burke SIPP Pension
Numerous people were advised to transfer their pensions into a Self-Invested Personal Pension with Berkley Burke. Either a regulated independent Financial Advisor told them to this or an unregulated introducer did. Either way, some of these SIPPs worked out and some did not.
Berkley Burke holds a variety of investments some of which are high-risk, unregulated ones. These should only be sold to those who earn enough money to handle their risks. These individuals earn over £100k per year or they have Sophisticated Investor status. But some people who bought into these SIPPs were not high-net-worth people. They were not Sophisticated Investors, either.
When people like this end up with a Berkley Burke SIPP high-risk product it can be a disaster. It sometimes results in the loss of thousands and devastates one’s retirement plans. There is a way to fight back. Find out if you have a claim.
Get a FREE initial assessment at no obligation. Fill in the form and we will call you back to see if you have a no-win-no-fee claim.
At theYEC, specialists have recovered millions from these mis-sold SIPPs. Each claim, even for those with mis-sold Berkley Burke SIPPs, started with a FREE initial assessment. Our team learns the details of your situation and lets you know if it is best to move forward. If you wish to work with us and our experienced, winning strategy to handle your claim, we proceed to rescue your retirement!
High-Risk Investments within Your Berkley Burke SIPP
Berkley Burke is not the only SIPP dealer holding high-risk and non-standard assets in their SIPP products. This is not a problem for clients who hold them and have the money to balance out any risks. If you have any odd investments or ones based abroad and they are in your Berkley Burke SIPP, we are waiting to take your call.
How Claims Against Berkley Burke SIPPs Work
Ultimately, it depends on how you wound up with Berkley Burke, what you were invested in, and who is at fault for this from the start. You might have had a financial adviser advise you and then the suitability for your investment was wrongly assessed. Perhaps an unregulated introducer cold-called and that is how you got into your SIPP.
Whatever the case is, we need to get all the facts for your case. We then can apply our experience to find the best way to get you the best outcome.