Have you been advised to invest your pension fund in Dolphin Trust GmbH?
Dolphin Trust is an investment scheme specialising in the development of German listed buildings, promising returns of 10% to its investors.
Dolphin Trust is commonly available to investors via a Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) and was often recommended to individuals by an Independent Financial Adviser (IFA).
However, the bonds with Dolphin Trust are only payable upon maturity which is after two years, and the investment is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
TLW Solicitors’ view
The specialist financial mis-selling team at TLW Solicitors have been contacted by a number of concerned investors who have not yet received the returns promised from their Dolphin Trust investment or who are struggling to get their capital investment repaid to them.
Naturally these investors are worried about the sustainability of their investment and the advice they were given to invest in Dolphin.
Unfortunately, it seems that many of the people who are getting in touch with us did not realise and were not made aware by their financial adviser, that schemes like this can be very risky.
TLW Solicitors can help you
If you have invested your pension, or part of it, with Dolphin Trust and are worried about your investment and the financial advice that you received, please get in touch with TLW Solicitors to see if we can help you.
TLW Solicitors are experienced in claiming compensation for clients who have invested their pension funds in high risk unregulated investment products via a SIPP.
As well as being entitled to claim towards the amount which you invested,
you may be able to claim:
- Fees paid to the IFA and SIPP company who arranged your investment;
- Money you would have made if your pension/savings had remained where they were.
If you think that you, a friend or family member may have invested in Dolphin Trust, then please get in touch with one of the specialist financial mis-selling lawyers here at TLW Solicitors on 0800 169 5925, email email@example.com or complete the Call back form below.
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