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News: Court Cases

May 21, 2024

Court of Appeal unanimously dismisses Options judicial review

The Court of Appeal issued its decision yesterday (May 20) to dismiss Options UK Personal Pensions’ judicial review appeal. Options […]


February 20, 2024

FCA secures bankruptcy orders against Avacade Directors

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has secured bankruptcy orders against two directors of Avacade, following a High Court order. Avacade, […]


January 26, 2023

Carey Pensions refused right to judicial review of FOS decision

Carey Pensions, now Options Pensions, has been refused permission to apply for a judicial review of a Financial Ombudsman Service […]


April 1, 2021

Court of Appeal Overturns Carey Decision

The Court of Appeal has unanimously ruled in favour of Carey Pensions client Russell Adams after he took the SIPP […]


March 3, 2021

Decision Time for Carey Pensions

This week sees the appeal process begin in the court case between pension provider Options SIPP UK (formerly Carey Pensions […]


September 21, 2020

Berkeley Burke Compensation Hits £2m As Payouts Begin

The amount of compensation the FSCS has paid out in respect of Berkeley Burke cases has now reached £2m. According […]


July 7, 2020

Adams v Carey Pensions – What does this now mean for Sipp Claims?

By Managing Director Sarah Stokes The High Court ruled on one of the most anticipated cases in negligent Sipp Provider […]


June 2, 2020

Carey Pensions loses FOS case

The Financial Ombudsman Service have published their decision regarding a claim against Carey Pensions, in which they ruled in favour […]


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