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Adviser going through pension switch claims defaults



Recommendation agency Bartholomew Monetary Restricted has been declared in default by the Monetary Providers Compensation Scheme (FSCS) while going through 12 claims.

All 12 claims at the moment towards the agency relate to pension switch recommendation, together with some British Metal Pension Scheme claims.

The FSCS determination opens the doorways to purchasers of the corporations to submit claims for compensation.

The agency was based by Dino and Georgina Bartholomew in March 2012, each of whom continued to personal the corporate on the time of liquidation.

Cardiff-based Bartholomew Monetary (FCA agency reference 596038) appointed a voluntary liquidator in April this 12 months.

Earlier than liquidation the agency suggested on pensions, investments and insurance coverage.

On the time of liquidation, Bartholomew Monetary held roughly £127,700 in whole asset obtainable for collectors, together with £9,000 of money held in a shopper account and £116,113 in a administrators mortgage account, based on filings with Firms Home.

The agency additionally had money owed of £63,000, leaving unsecured collectors with entry to round £64,000.

As at 20 April, Bartholomew Monetary had unsecured money owed of over £137,000, leaving the agency with a complete deficit of round £72,000.

The agency has appointed Birmingham-based Butcher Woods as its liquidator.

The agency is certainly one of a number of advisers to be declared in default in latest weeks on account of British Metal Pension Scheme claims.

Latest recommendation agency failures with BSPS claims embody Mercia Monetary Planning Restricted of Warwickshire (FRN 718251), FSP Restricted (FRN 607441) of North London, Bolton-based Smith, Legislation & Shepherds IFA Ltd and Birmingham-based County Capital Wealth Administration Ltd.

Dino Bartholomew additionally based separate agency Bartholomew Monetary Planning in April 2021.

 

Mr Bartholomew and Bartholomew Monetary Planning have been approached for remark.




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