FX TRADING BASED FIXED RATE BOND
This established London based FX trading organisation have recently brought Loan Notes offers to the market for qualifying investors.
The investment provider’s trading strategy encompasses Delta Neutral Hedging and Arbitrage trading and their bespoke algorithm has built in performance monitoring coupled with real time reporting on trades.
Their mission is to creates returns on capital without exposing investors to the extreme fluctuations in the international money markets.
The Investment provider plans to raise 30m GBP via Loan Note bond investors
Loan Note (Corporate Bond) based investment
2 year term, with fixed exit.
10% per annum interest, payable annually in arrears.
£25,000 minimum investment
Regulated Security Trustee.
Available to self-certified, High Net Worth, Sophisticated or Professional investors* *these restrictions apply to UK domiciled investors only
FCA regulated Payment Service Provider (PSP)
FCA regulated Prime Broker
Regulated Bond Registrar
UK banking arrangements
RETURN ON INVESTMENT
10% per annum interest.
(payable annually in arrears to the investors nominated bank account)
WHAT MAKES THIS INVESTMENT PROVIDER DIFFERENT?
This innovative Loan Note offers much needed diversification and conservative exposure to the lucrative but traditionally volatile FX trading arena.
The primary objective of the Investment Provider’s Algorithmic Trading model is to exploit market volatility based on the fundamental concept of Arbitrage and Delta Neutral Hedging. They utilise their own custom designed Algorithm to make and send high speed instructions, decisions, and transactions in the financial markets. The structure of the Algorithm is aimed at capital preservation and minimising the risk exposure of the capital being traded.
The Investment provider’s business model is an extremely successful and predictable one, thus allowing them to structure predictable Loan Note offerings. Indeed, they have audited proof that over 90% of their trades being positive and no evidence of negative performance. Net Profit to Year ended February 2018 of £10.75m further highlights their financial strength.