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Mis-Sold investment - Cavendish Financial Planning

Latest Update: 8th September, 2017 (Companies House)

Case Points

Total amount invested

Unknown

Why did people invest in it?

Cavendish Financial Planning was founded in February 2004 as a financial advice firm.

Why was it mis-selling?

The firm was declared to be in default by the FSCS in April 2017 when it was undergoing liquidation.

Potential value of cases

Unknown

Summary

Cavendish Financial Planning was founded in February 2004 as a financial advice firm. It was based in Chelmsford in Essex, and was authorised by the FSA until 2013 when it moved to FCA regulation. It was authorised by the FCA under FRN 401471.

In 2016, Cavendish entered the formal liquidation process. Shortly after, it lost FCA authorisation to act in financial services. In April 2017, the firm was declared to be in default by the FSCS meaning that the scheme would begin to take on cases related to the firm. In September 2017 the firm was formally dissolved.

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