BlueInfinitas

Status:

No Longer Authorised

Reports:

FSCS pays out £1m so far for firm’s advice

About:

BlueInfinitas was authorised and regulated from January 2014 until its authorisation was revoked by the Financial Conduct Authority in January 2016. Its principal place of business was 25 Pure Offices, Pastures Avenue in Weston Super Mare.

BlueInfinitas advised clients on pension transfers, and often recommended unsuitable alternative investments as part of clients’ pension planning arrangements – often investments such as hotel and property development. Since being declared in default by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme in December 2015, more than 150 claims have been made against the company, with compensation awards totalling more than £3million.

The Financial Services Compensation Scheme continues to invite and consider claims against BlueInfinitas for financial mis-selling.

 

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