Bridgebank Capital’s Laurence
Badman Goodman has made 37 Fast Pensions Scam loans disappear as if by magic – while he was on holiday and too busy to engage with Pension Life or the distraught victims of Peter and Sara Moat.
Having discovered this was where some or all of the elusive Fast Pensions Scam funds were hiding, we all hoped this might finally result in some of the 18 Pensions Ombudsman’s determinations to allow victims to transfer out being complied with.
We all wanted to believe that Goodman was a good man, but now it would seem the opposite might be the case. So, one of the following is true:
- All the borrowers of the 37 loans have simultaneously repaid their loans on 17th August 2017
- The loans have been sold or transferred on to somewhere we can find them (yet)
Sara Moat had been claiming that Fast Pensions was merely the administrator of the pension schemes, and that it was ultimately the “responsibility of the trustees to decide whether the transfers could be made”. Of course, the Companies House records showed that the Bridgebank Capital loans were made in favour of Sara Moat as trustee (along with another stooge called Martin Peacock). This scuppered Sara Moat’s excuse and exposed her as a liar once again.
So when Goodman has finished having a jolly time on the Costa Lot, necking his champers and writing his postcards to his mate Pete, perhaps he might find a moment to be sober enough to remember that I am meeting the Serious Fraud Office next week. And most of the Fast Pensions Scam victims have also submitted their reports to the SFO.