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Ex-England cricketer to sue Sigma WM after £300k loss

Ex-England cricketer to sue Sigma WM after £300k loss

Ex-England cricketer Paul Collingwood is suing Sigma Wealth Management after claiming the firm lost £300,000 in risky investments.

Collingwood (pictured) claims he and he his wife invested more than £650,000 through Sigma's Roderick Langham but discovered that against their instructions the money was poured into higher risk unregulated investments.

The former cricketer and his spouse have taken their case to the High Court in a bid to get their savings back, the Sunday Times reported.

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