Aegis Power Bonds

If you have Aegis Power bond investment in your SIPP you may want to check if you should be claiming compensation for mis-selling

Aegis Power Bond was not only marketed as a great investment, but also as a way for people to invest in helping the UK generate renewable green energy through wind farms.

Unfortunately, neither of these proved to be the case and in 2017 Aegis Power Plc went into liquidation.

Aegis Power Bond No.1

Many people invested in Aegis Power Bond No.1 through their SIPP, but this high-risk venture was not a suitable investment for many investors.

Aegis Power Bond No. 1 went into liquidation in 2019.

Why?

Well investors must meet the certain criteria in order to suit such a high-risk, unregulated investment. Understanding high risk investment and being able to afford the potential losses are two such considerations.

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Whilst each case is individual, as mis-selling specialists we know to look for certain signs that in our experience indicate that mis-selling may have happened.

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Key Facts

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High-risk investment which was unsuitable for most SIPP investors
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SIPP Provider Beaufort Securities had Aegis Power bond in some SIPPs
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Aegis Power PLC went into liquidation in 2017

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