Vintage Investment Services, trading as Vintage, Vintage Protect, Vintage Mortgages
Failed 17 January 2023
You might be eligible for compensation
Vintage Investment Services is one of the firms associated with claims regarding the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS).
In 2017, many British Steel workers were advised to transfer out of their defined benefit pension into a defined contribution pension, known as a Personal Pension Plan or in some cases a Self-Invested Personal Pension (SIPP).
By transferring to a private pension arrangement, they would have lost the benefits already built up in the British Steel Pension Scheme. It may not have been realistic to achieve the same level of benefits from their new plan.
The advice they received may not have been the best advice for them.
If you think that this applies to you, download our compensation claim guide (pdf 1.0MB), and when you're ready, click the ‘Check if you can claim’ button.
The next step will be to answer a series of straightforward questions.
Should you need help, click on the ‘Need help’ button and choose to speak to one of our friendly claims handlers, or type a question into the FAQ option.
You don't need a claims company or a solicitor to make a claim with us, but if you're not good with forms, consider using a friend or family member as a personal representative.
Vintage Investment Services issued a proposal for a Partnership Voluntary Arrangement (PVA) on 08/06/2022.
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05 Jul, 2022
Vintage Investment Services entered into a Partnership Voluntary Arrangement (PVA) on 05/07/ 2022.
You can now submit a claim to the Financial Services Compensation Scheme using our online claims service.
Former members of the British Steel Pension Scheme with a potential claim can download our compensation claim guide, (pdf 1.2MB) and when you're ready, click the ‘Check if you can claim’ button. The next step will be to answer a series of straightforward questions.
Should you need help, click on the ‘Need help’ button and choose to speak to one of our friendly staff, or type a question into the FAQ option.
If you have already referred a complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service, you don’t need to take any action. The ombudsman service will contact you in due course to ask for permission to refer the case to FSCS.