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Mis-sold Pension
• Were you advised to transfer out of a company final salary scheme?

• Were you advised to transfer your pension into a Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP)?

If you have lost money as a result of unsuitable advice we may be able to help. Click below for a free, no obligation call back to discuss your circumstances.
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Mis-sold Shares
• Were you advised to buy risky shares?
If you were advised to buy shares in unlisted companies such as pre-IPOs or shares in companies trading on the AIM or PLUS markets and have lost money as a result.

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You do not need to use the services of a third party to represent a claim to either The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) or The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), as you can make your own representation and their services are free.

Hallbrook have over 9 years’ experience in presenting complex financial claims, resulting in over £50 million pounds in compensation recovered after the deduction of our fees.

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Mis-sold Pension

If you have received and acted upon unsuitable pension advice, it is likely that you will have either; lost money intended for retirement or lost guaranteed benefits associated with a final salary pension or both.


Mis-sold shares

At Hallbrook we’ve been investigating the share dealings of many stockbroking firms since 2008 and its clear share mis-selling has been a significant problem for at least two decades.


Parliamentary Review

Best Practice Representative 2017
Hallbrook Partners began life in Nottingham in 2008 as an information service for people receiving cold approaches from firms inviting them to invest.

The Parlimentary Review

The Parliamentary Review is a series of fiercely independent publications. It reviews the latest events in parliament from a non-partisan perspective, but it is wholly independent of government. Those companies which feature within the publication are not in any way endorsed by the Government, any government agency or regulator. For more information please visit the Parliamentary Review website www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk

Hallbrook feature in the 2017 edition of The Parlimentary Review which is available to view here.