The Court of Appeal has voted in favour of Russell Adams and against his self-invested personal pension (SIPP) operator Options Personal Pensions, formerly Carey Pensions, in their long-running legal dispute. Lord Justice Newey, Lady Justice Rose and Lady Justice Andrews found Adams was unauthorisedly advised by CLP Brokers (CLP), an unregulated introducer based in Spain. […]
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The court of appeal has delivered a blow to Carey Pensions after a judge ordered the firm to compensate one of its former clients. The Adams v Carey Case has been ongoing since 2018. The client sued the pension company after experiencing losses in investments made through his Sipp. Adams was introduced to Carey by […]
The Court of Appeal has sided with claimant Russell Adams and found against provider Carey Pensions, overturning a previous High Court ruling in a landmark decision. The outcome, which will have ramifications for the rest of the industry, centres on the question of provider responsibility when accepting investments into a Sipp. The case saw driver […]
1 APRIL 2021: The Court of Appeal has found in favour of our client – Russell Adams – and against his Self-Invested Personal Pension (“SIPP”) operator – Options UK Personal Pensions LLP (“Options”) formerly Carey Pensions UK LLP – in a landmark decision that will have repercussions for the entire financial advice market. In its […]
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