Investors pursue two national IFAs over 'faulty' advice on CI payout

Laura Miller
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A couple is pursuing national IFA firms Positive Solutions and 2plan Wealth Management for what they claim was negligent advice to invest in high risk unregulated investments - including using money they had received from a critical illness (CI) payout.

The couple initially took advice from a husband and wife duo of advisers when the pair were part of Positive Solutions in early 2007, at which time the investors said the advisers were aware of an imminent...

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