CIB Life & Pensions Limited

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CIB Life & Pensions Have Gone into Liquidation

CIB have been giving advice regarding high risk, unregulated investments which may put your investment at serious risk. One of the more well-known schemes that CIB appear to have given advice on is the overseas property scheme Harlequin Properties, amongst others. Harlequin Properties is currently being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office.

If you are one of the many people who received advice from CIB Life & Pensions, or if you were advised to invest in Harlequin Properties, now is the time to act. Pension Justice are claiming on behalf of a large number of clients who have been mis-sold through CIB Life & Pensions. If you feel you may have a claim, do not hesitate. Contact Pension Justice today.

They were authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority as from 1 December 2001 to provide regulated products and services under registration number 133698.

As from 4 June 2015, they are no longer authorised to provide regulated products and services.

CIB Life & Pensions Limited was based at Third Floor, Beta House, Laser Quay, Culpeper Close, Rochester, Kent, ME2 4HU, United Kingdom. Their Companies House number is 2122529

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    One of the primary investments that CIB gave advice on was Harlequin Properties. Investors were promised strong returns on their initial investment into the overseas property scheme, whereby properties such as hotels would be built in holiday destinations across the globe. For most people, the investment seemed like a no-brainer. Unfortunately, many of the properties were never built. Once this became clear, the Serious Fraud Office opened an investigation into the scheme.
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