Alderley Asset Management


No Longer Authorised


Alderley Asset Management hit by mis-selling claims


Alderley Asset Management was authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority from 2003 until 2014 when their license was revoked. The company had a total of ten directors during its tenure as a limited company, all of whom have since resigned. The company was originally named Danefind Ltd, then was later renamed Bankhall Financial Services Ltd, before finally settling with Alderley Asset Management Ltd. The company’s registered address with Companies House also changed numerous times between addresses in Manchester and Cheshire.

Alderley Asset Management regularly advised clients to transfer their pension savings into a Self-Invested Personal Pension scheme, which would then allow them to invest their savings into schemes such as Ethical Forestry (which has been the subject of a Serious Fraud Office investigation), and overseas property developments.

Two of the directors of Alderley Asset Management – Pamela Angel and Robert Angel – have since been the directors of a number of companies offering financial and accountancy services.

Alderley Asset Management was declared in default by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme in November 2014.


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