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Did you invest in a Dolphin Trust Investment Scheme (GPG)?


The German Property Group (GPG) was an investment scheme that was using the invested money to refurbish property in Germany that could then be used for social housing or sold for profit.


Thousands of UK individuals were affected, investing millions of pounds.


 GPG  is now in liquidation in Germany, now is the time to reclaim your money


If you invested using your SIPP, SSAS or through an FCA licensed IFA, you could be eligible for compensation for your investment.

Check Mark - Case Won

Mr. G lost £6,000 on an unsuitable investment.


He was awarded £14,528 compensation.

Check Mark - Case Won

Mr. D received bad advice to transfer his British Steel Pension.


He was awarded £85,000 compensation.

Check Mark - Case Won

Mr. P was mis-sold shares and lost £7,225.


He was awarded £16,898 compensation.

The German Property Group and those who sold it, made many false promises regarding the benefits and returns of investing with them.  Below is an extract from one of their sales brochures.


  • The minimum investor return offered by Dolphin is 12% per annum


  • Interest rates of up to 15% per annum are achievable when the longer-term options are chosen.  1, 3 & 5 year term options are available


  • The investment is secured with a first legal charge on the asset - German Listed Property


  • The Dolphin Capital GmbH investment is SIPP approved by Stadia Trustees & Greyfriars
The Dolphin Trust Investment Scheme, German Property Group (GPG)

The Dolphin Trust raised an estimated £1.6 billion using a network of over 100 introducers, before it entered into administration.  Some of these introducers were regulated by The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).


These introducers were paid up to a huge 20% of the value of investments made by their clients.


There were three main ways that investments were paid into the Dolphin Trust/GPG.


  • Investing cash directly into the scheme through an introducer


  • Transferring an existing pension into a SIPP which was then invested


  • Transferring an existing pension into a SSAS which was then invested


There are a number of ways a claim can be made to recover your investment, these include claims against regulated IFA introducers, SIPP administrators and SSAS administrators.  If your IFA, SIPP adminstrator or SSAS administrator are no longer trading, claims can be made through the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).  If the company is still trading and solvent, claims can be made through The Financial Ombudsman.


Register with us now, so that we can assess your claim and get you the compensation you are owed.

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You do not need to use any third party to present a claim to either The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) or the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). You can make your own representation to them and their services are free.

Tower Hill Group Ltd is a limited company registered in England & Wales, registration number 12620190.

Tower Hill Group Ltd is registered with the Information Commissioners Office (ICO), registration number ZA760652.

The registered office is Kemp House, 152-160 City Road, London, UK, EC1V 2NX.