Company fights pension compensation

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A pension provider had no legal responsibility to investigate investments after a client was cheated out of his savings, the High Court was told. Berkeley Burke hit the headlines earlier this year when they were accused of ‘mis-selling’ self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs). The company is now fighting a decision made in 2014 by the Financial Ombudsman Service ordering the company to repay Wayne Charlton after he lost part of his pension to a fraudulent company, Sustainable AgroEnergy. Berkeley Burke insists…

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