The Aigo Fund was a widely sold, but high-risk, investment from Aigo Holdings PCC. The fund was sold to a lot of people as part of SIPP pensions, and many who had a low risk profile have been left wondering what will happen to their money now that they have invested in AIGO.
An investor may have been mis-sold the AIGO Fund in cases where they were not given enough information about the high-risk nature of the fund. It is floated on the Mauritius Stock Exchange, which is not regulated in the same way as the London exchanges, which are under the remit of the FCA.
Financial Advisers such as Bank House Investment Management, Henderson Carter Associates, and Financial Page Ltd are required to check that people are either Sophisticated Investors or High-Net Worth Individuals before recommending high risk investments.
If they failed to do this, then it is possible to claim that they were negligent in recommending Aigo funds, and you may be able to make a claim regarding mis-selling.