Missold Investments helps Lehman Brothers victims get their money back

Missold's mercy mission


Around 5,500 people in the UK had £106 million invested in Lehman Brothers-backed structured products when the US banking giant crashed in September 2008. Initially it appeared there was nothing they could do. There was no action from the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) and investors were left pondering whether they would get their money back at all as structured product returns are reliant on the issuing bank remaining solvent.

Former civil servant Peter Howard was one of those

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