Capita Oak Pension and Henley Retirement Benefit schemes and Trafalgar Multi Asset Fund
Operation name: HZL02 – HAZEL – email@example.com
The Serious Fraud Office is investigating the Capita Oak Pension and Henley Retirement Benefit schemes and Self-Invested Personal Pensions (SIPPS) sold through Sycamore Crown Ltd, Jackson Francis Ltd, TPS Land, CLP Brokers or PFR Services, which were invested into storage pods. The investigation includes the Trafalgar Multi Asset Fund which invested in other products.
Over two thousand individual investors are thought to have been affected by the alleged fraud, all of which involved the investment of their pension funds. The amounts invested total approximately £120m.
Please note the SFO is unable to provide any further comment as the investigation continues.
2 September 2021 – Investors continue to be invited to complete a secure on-line questionnaire, details shown below.
18 May 2021 – As part of our ongoing investigation, investors are invited to complete a secure on-line questionnaire which you can access by clicking on the following link: https://www.sfo.gov.uk/download/hzl02-questionnaire/. Please note that even if you have already completed our previous questionnaire, we would ask that you also complete the new version. After downloading the questionnaire, please SAVE it immediately before completing any of the fields and then SAVE it again BEFORE submitting your completed questionnaire. Failing to save the questionnaire may result in some of the data you entered being lost. After saving your completed questionnaire, can you please upload it to the SFO by using the following URL: https://sfohzl.egressforms.com/. Uploading your completed questionnaire via this method provides end to end encryption of your personal data.
If you did not invest in any of the schemes mentioned, or if you do not wish or are unable to assist the SFO with this investigation, you are invited to complete a secure on-line Opt-Out form: https://www.sfo.gov.uk/download/hzl02-opt-out-form/.
See the full letter to investors here.
31 March 2021 – The investigation into these schemes is ongoing and being progressed whilst social distancing measures are in place. The SFO would like to thank those investors who have completed our investigation questionnaire. Please retain any correspondence and documents you hold in respect of your investment. On 30 March 2021 the case team started contacting known investors who have yet to fill in a questionnaire. Those who indicate they wish to complete one will be provided with an online link to do so. Hard copies can be provided on request. If you believe you are a victim in this case and you have not heard from the SFO by 30 April 2021, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
10 December 2020 – The investigation into these schemes is ongoing and being progressed whilst social distancing measures are in place. The SFO would like to thank those investors who have already completed the investigation questionnaire. Please retain any correspondence and documents you hold in respect of your investment.
Contacted by companies offering compensation or redress
You may be contacted by companies that approach you with offers of compensation or redress. The SFO believes this may be an attempt to obtain upfront fees or personal details from you. We urge caution if contacted in this manner and advise not providing any personal details unless you are fully satisfied of the identity of the person you are speaking to.
Page published on 22 May 2017 | Page modified on 2 Sep 2021