Share prices in Afren PLC are in an interesting place. Interesting, but not at all welcome to the company’s investors.
Afren PLC, an oil exploration firm, is currently in administration. The Serious Fraud Office has charged the company’s former CEO and COO with money laundering and fraud. Investors who bought the company’s stock through SIPPs or on the advice of financial advisers have well-justified concerns over the fate of their investments.
What happened to Afren PLC? What can its investors do now?
Afren PLC Oil Investments Being Mis-Sold
The team of specialists working for TheYEC can help if you’re an Afren PLC investor. If you put money into the company on the advice of a financial adviser, you may be able to make a claim and recover some of the money you lost in the investment. Based on your financial situation and the conduct of your advisor, you might be in a position to enlist our help on a ‘no win no fee’ basis when you make a claim.
We are SIPP claims specialists. We’re especially interested in working with investors who used a Self-Invested Personal Pension to invest in Afren PLC. We’ve helped many other clients make claims after receiving negligent financial advice, and we believe we can do the same for many Afren PLC investors.
We have recovered millions of pounds for clients in circumstances similar to yours. In order to find out if we can help you with your Afren PLC investment, simply start with our free assessment service. We’ll simply chat about the details of your investment and help you determine whether or not you can make a claim. Our assessment service is provided to you with no obligations; you need not make a claim or take any other action based on our advice.