Banking & Finance
The term financial mis-selling covers a wide range of issues. In most cases this means a financial product or service sold which was not suitable for the needs of the buyer.
Financial advice can help you decide how best to invest and plan for the future. It can be difficult to choose from the wide range of financial products available without advice from a qualified financial advisor.
Businesses and individuals are becoming more and more reliant on the advice of their professional advisors, but when the professional advisors get it wrong, they should expect to be held to account.
Our specialist team of litigators have extensive experience in acting for claimants in claims against financial advisors.
How we help
If you believe your financial advisor has been negligent or you have lost money as a result of professional advice, we can advise on the best course of action to recover your losses.
This can be through the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS), Pension Ombudsman Service (POS) or the Courts.
Negligence advice typically involves:
Failing to check your financial circumstances to ensure any products recommended are appropriate
Recommending unsuitable products
An advisor providing advice on products they are unqualified to do so
Failing to warn of the risks involved with investments
We often act for claimants who have received negligent or unsuitable advice in relation to:
There are many financial products which can be mis-sold. We specialise in the following and more:
Stocks & Shares
What should I do now?
Strict time limits apply for bringing complaints, so if you believe that you have been mis-sold a financial product, then you should make the complaint as soon as possible.
Our experienced team will be able to advise you on the strength of your claim and handle all aspects of your complaint. Call us today or fill out our enquiry form. You have nothing to lose, and potentially a lot to gain.
What does it cost?
Initial consultations are free, and we will be able to discuss any potential costs at this time. In many cases we are able to act on a contingent basis, meaning you will only be charged if we are successful.
How much will I get back?
The aim of compensation is to put you in to the position you would have been in had you not been mis-sold a financial product.
If there is a matter you would like to discuss with us, fill out the form below and one of our team will be in touch.