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Please note we do not give financial advice.
Our investments are not for everyone.
Like any investment your capital may be at risk.
You earn more than £100,000 annually or have net assets (ie, not including your primary property) with a value of £250,000 or more.
In the last two years, you have invested in more than one company which is not listed on the stock exchange or been a member of the Angel Invested Group for at least six months.
You have not invested more than 10% of your assets in the last twelve months and will not be investing more than 10% in the next twelve months.
You have been certified as a sophisticated investor by a suitably qualified and regulated individual.
If you fit into one of these categories we can assist you in selecting credible, robust and high returning investments.
When we introduce an investor to a product that meets our strict criteria, we receive a flat fee for doing so. We have over 300 people every day requesting information on our portfolio of products which we have undertaken strict due diligence on.
We cover a small section of the market. The market is huge and we narrow it down considerably using our strict criteria. We look at Mini Bonds, Peer-to-Peer lending, ISAs, Property Fund and other Alternative Investments.
We are approached by numerous companies asking to be included in our database. We also approach emerging companies that fit our criteria.
Yes. As individuals we have all invested in some or all of the investments ourselves.
Our current research is up to date as of November 2017.
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I have c50k in a Ltd co which is not needed for the immediate future.It is on deposit at 0.85% I am looking for a better return but with defensive protection. Any suggestions please?
I have £72,000 sitting in saver account with interest rate of 0.50%. l want a similar account but a lot higher rate.
I have £100,000 in ISAS & bank accounts the interest is rubbish. What do you advise?
How much should you pay in management charges?
We have £10000 in a building society but it hardly gains any interest. I would like to invest it over three years. What can you recommend ?
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