Mis-Sold Shares


‘The story of mis-sold Shares in the U.K.’

‘Don’t write off the value of your investment… just yet. We can help’

Mis-selling of shares in the UK has arisen as a significant problem. Penny shares are no exception as thousands of clients, who have lost money, did not know that they had been mis-sold Shares. This dates as far back as 20 years ago.

Many brokers had been ‘trading as principal’ – a practice where they advise investors to buy shares that their firm already owns. They failed to disclose this under financial regulation legislation. Please consider:

  • Where stockbrokers of financial advisers have given you false or misleading information
  • When you felt that you were not made fully aware of better options
  • Where their firm was trading as principal but failed to disclose this fact
  • That your financial circumstances were assessed incorrectly
  • Shares sold were unsuitable for your portfolio’s normal risk levels.

There are numerous reasons why savers may have been mis-sold shares by financial institutions, despite extremely strict codes of practice for pension advisers. Maybe they didn’t give enough information, or over-looked your health status, or you felt pressured into paying a company fund etc.

Arc Equities Ltd
Astor Securities Limited
Bridge Hall Stockbrokers Ltd
Direct Sharedeal Limited
Saint Pauls Capital Limited
Montague Pitman – Appointed Representatives of Falcon Securities
Mansion House Securities Limited
Square Mile Securities Limited
Pacific Continental Securities (UK) Limited (in liquidation)
Wills & Co Stockbrokers Ltd. Formerly Grahame H. Wills & Company Limited (WILLS)
Axa Rosenberg Investment Management Ltd
AOT Stock Specialist
Ascension Securities Limited (In Liquidation)
Andrew Walker Associates
Allendale Financial Services Limited
Bernburg Investment Bankers Limited
Berkley Capital Finance/Berkley Finance Group
Coppin Bliss
Square Mile Stockbrokers
White Square Investments Limited
Sky Capital UK Limited

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