1. Duncan Gauden-Wells
    January 1, 2019 @ 7:55 pm

    Is there any news on the so called investigation by the Gibraltar Regulator?
    Its been nearly 2 years now and nothing has been done. I understand that the deal was struck between James Hadley and STM directly so all the advice given was invalid as in Gibraltar it is the firm that is registered and not the individual IFA.
    All email traffic went through the Nationwide Benefit Consultants Office in Telford England and bypassed Global Partners in Gibraltar. STM were obviously aware.
    How can the Regulator take to years to work out the obvious in this matter?


    • Angie
      January 2, 2019 @ 3:42 pm

      Because the regulator is as bent as James Hadley and STM Fidecs. Paul Garner, a senior member of the regulator, used to work for Hadley and was there when the deal was struck and the “brown envelopes” were handed over.


  2. Javi
    January 2, 2019 @ 3:28 pm

    Peter and Sara Moat now reside in a brand new villa in Denia, not far from Javea where they ran ‘Blu Property Limited’. The address is Calle Baladre 14, Denia. Their daughter is at the private fee paying school ‘Alfa y Omega’ in Denia.
    Hopefully this will be of assistance to the hundreds of people trying to locate their pension funds….


  3. Dave Leuchars
    January 4, 2019 @ 11:22 am

    I know they’re not the greatest evil mentioned in this article but I’m continuously infuriated by Dalriada- they seem to end up as trustee of a lot these scams and some of them they’ve had for years with absolutely nothing happening with them.

    They’re a nightmare to deal with and still end up taking nice big annual fees from customers. What, exactly, are customers paying them for?


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