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Risk Warning

Risk Warning

The following section of the website is directed towards all existing and new clients of the firm that are looking to get involved in any of our advertised opportunities.

You should note that investment in any of our opportunities should be made on the basis of reading all the relevant documentation, contracts and any other independent reports.

Investment into alternative assets and property should be regarded as long-term and clients should not get involved if they require the in the short term.

The capital value of some of these assets can fluctuate and the price can go down as well as up and is not guaranteed. On encashment of some of these assets, particularly in the short term, investors may receive less than the original amount invested. Investors should be able to afford any potential loss.

Past performance is not a guide to future growth or rates of return.

You should remember that when you sell your investment you might get back less than you invested.

Unlike a bank or building society account where capital is guaranteed, the value of some of these assets can fall as well rise and clients may not get back the amount invested, particularly in the case of early withdrawal.

Property investments are relatively illiquid compared to other investments and can take a significant length of time to trade. The value of property and the income from them can go down as well as up and is not guaranteed, unless told otherwise. You may not get back the full amount invested.

Due to the higher costs associated with buying and selling property compared to bonds or shares, there may be a larger difference between the price you buy and sell units at, unless told otherwise at the start of the investment.

Property valuations are determined by independent property experts and are based on opinion rather than fact.

Understanding risk
All forms of investments involve risk. The value of investments and the income derived from them is not guaranteed in many cases and it can fall as well as rise.

The Terms of Business provide detailed information on investment risks. In deciding your objectives and any restrictions that you wish to impose, we would draw your attention to the terms below and to our interpretation of the generic risks in the asset classes we use.

Liquidity risk:
The risk stemming from inability to buy or sell an investment quickly enough to prevent or minimize capital loss.

Inflation risk:
The risk that the real value (the value adjusted to remove the effects of price changes over time) of an investment will fall as a result of the rate of inflation exceeding the rate of return on the investment.

Market risk:
The risk that the value of an individual investment or portfolio will fall as a result of a fall in markets.

Counterparty risk:
The risk that a party connected to an investment or transaction is unable to meet its commitment.

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