Cherish Wealth Management Liquidation
Cherish Wealth Management Investment
Have you, or someone you know, taken advice from Cherish Wealth Management Limited and made investments based on the advice given?
Some clients of Cherish Wealth Management have received advice from them to invest in high-risk, unregulated investments, such as SIPP investments in overseas property & forestry investments. The problem is, some of these investments are completely unregulated by the FCA, and anything could happen to your money.
These kinds of investments are not suitable for everybody. It’s important for an IFA such as Cherish Wealth Management to make sure that you have been informed that your investment is unregulated and that you understand the high-risk involved.
Pension Justice are currently working with a large number of clients who have been mis-sold investments on the basis of advice taken from Cherish Wealth Managment. If you believe you may have been mis-sold, contact Pension Justice today.
Cherish Unregulated SIPP investments
Cherish Wealth Management have advised clients to invest in a number of different high-risk, unregulated schemes. A lot of clients have taken the bait on these investments, as they generally came with a very high figure for potential returns. The problem lies in that the advice given did not explain the high-risk.
Some of the investments that Cherish Wealth Management are known to have given advice on are:
- Forestry Investments
- Overseas Property
- InvestUS Real Estate
- Venture Oils
- Cool Blue Samui
Cherish Business Details
Cherish Wealth Management Limited have now gone into liquidation, having called for a meeting of creditors on the 26th May 2016 and appointed Poppleton and Appleby as liquidators in July 2016.
Cherish Wealth Management Limited were based at Malvern House, New Road, Solihull, West Midlands, B91 3DL UNITED KINGDOM.
They were authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under registration number 528335.
Have I Been Mis-Sold?
If you have made an investment based on advice provided by Cherish Wealth Management, you may be entitled to make a claim. High-risk storage pods have been mis-sold under the pretence that they provide high returns, but the risk was never made clear to investors. You may have been sold on the idea to invest in these schemes through a SIPP.
If you’re reading all of this and it is ringing alarm bells for you, we at Pension Justice can provide you with a no-obligation assessment of your investment to determine whether or not you can make a claim.
If you believe you’ve been mis-sold, you should contact Pension Justice today. As we are acting on behalf of a large number of clients like yourself, together we can get you the best possible outcome.