Financial advisers offer services ranging from general financial planning and investment advice, to more specialist advice, such as the suitability of a particular product such as a pension.
The majority of financial advisers in the UK have their clients’ interest at the forefront of what they do. However, a few advisers can act in a way which negatively affects their clients, potentially for their own personal gain.
If, for example, your financial adviser has advised you to invest in unsuitable pensions and/or self-invest personal pensions, or they have given you negligent advice relating to unsuitable high-risk investment products, you may entitled to compensation.
On this page you will see links to advisers that have been known to act negligently – cases where clients have received compensation. If you see an adviser that you have used, and you believe you have been treated wrongly by your adviser, please get in touch with one of our solicitors.