Organic Investment Management were an investment management firm that provided discretionary fund management services.
In 2018 the FCA imposed restrictions on the firm which meant they had to cease all regulated activity, including managing investments.
Prior to this they had received numerous warnings from the FCA amid concerns about illiquid and potentially high-risk investments in their fund manager’s portfolios.
The FSCS declared several advice firms, who had advised clients to invest in Organic’s portfolio, in default.
Advisers connected to Organic Investment include:
Organic Investment Management were declared in default by the FSCS in March 2020.
Claims have been made relating to self-invested personal pensions, personal pension transfers, pension advice and investment portfolio activities.
In particular the way they administrated their DFM services and the potential risk caused to their customers due to their portfolios’ exposure to illiquid high-risk assets.
The company was dissolved in December 2020.
Mis-sold financial advice is one of the most common factors involved in mis-selling and examining the advice you received is the first step in assessing if you have a case.
The advice you receive regarding a financial product, such as a pension transfer or SIPP, must be conducted in a fair way that is not misleading.
The answers to these questions may indicate you have been mis-sold and mean you should be exploring making a claim.
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