Global Plantations Ltd

If you are invested in Global Plantations Ltd as part of your SIPP you may want to check if you should be claiming compensation for mis-selling

Global Plantations Ltd was a UK based company that was established in 2010 and promoted an overseas forestry investment involving tree plantations in Malaysia and Bali. The company was dissolved in 2019 following liquidation.

Unsuitable investment

These types of investments are considered high-risk and therefore only suitable for certain types of investors.

However, many investors who were not suitable still ended up invested in Global Plantation Ltd through their SIPP pension.

Cherish Wealth Management

One IFA known to have advised on this investment was Cherish Wealth Management who had connections with pension introducer Avacade. SIPP providers Liberty and Guinness Mahon are known to have included Global Plantations Ltd in their SIPP portfolios.

Whether it’s down to the advice from an IFA or a lack of due diligence from the SIPP provider; if you’ve been mis-sold and can prove your case, you could receive compensation.

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Key Facts

High-risk, unregulated investment which was unsuitable for most SIPP investors
SIPP providers Liberty and Guinness Mahon had Global Plantations Ltd in some of their SIPPs

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