Asking nicely will not work. The only way is for investors to force the issue.
The initial step is for those investors holding contracts with Harlequin Property (SVG) Limited to draft and serve statutory demands in Saint Vincent.
Alongside this, Harlequin and more specifically David Ames will be asked to provide security for the investor claims.
If yes, then settlement will be reached. If not, then a winding up petition would be issued.
We have a factsheet in relation to this. Please email martyn.Anderson@regulatorylegal.co.uk .
Regulatory Legal are dealing with a large number of Harlequin investors who have made their investments in different ways and we are committed to trying to assist as many investors as we possibly can. To do this, we have teamed up with a number of partners who have specialist expertise in particular types of claims and who may be able to assist you on certain aspects of your potential claim. More information on how the different types of investment claims can be pursued is set out in the attached documents.
You may have several investments, or investments which fall into more than one category, for instance you may have separate claims against both your SIPP Provider and your financial adviser, or against your financial/mortgage adviser and your sales agent.
If you received advice from Birchall Blackburn or Grace & Co Solicitors please contact Rebecca Handley on 01384 889 900.
If you wish this Firm or one of our specialist partners to consider your matter further, please complete and return the applicable forms together with all documents requested.
We feel it important that Harlequin confirm their solvency. See attached declaration sent to David Ames's lawyers. We can see no reason why this cannot be attended to. It would provide reassurance.
The opinions on here are just that, opinions. To provide legal advice, we need to be instructed and fully appraised of your position.
Guidance is all we can provide here. For advice, please contact us.