1. Generating a fixed 2% per calendar month from funds run through a proprietary trading program which utilises 15 underlying algorithms. The fund invests in Spot FX on a rolling basis with leverage of up to 100% of funds deployed. Up to 1-3% of capital is deployed on any one trade with a maximum of 5 trades being open concurrently. There is limited client availability. It is unregulated and only open to suitably qualified investors such as Individuals, Trusts and Corporates. It should be viewed as an unregulated collective investment scheme. Not regulated in the UK.
2. Generating a variable return of 2-4% per calendar month using the same as IP as above and same investment management team. This fund is regulated overseas as a Professional Investor Fund (PIF) with an FCA regulated member on the investment committee. Only open to suitably qualified investors with a minimum subscription of £100K with a 12 month lock in period, profits paid out quarterly. Open to Individuals, Trusts and Corporates. Not regulated in the UK.
3. London Growth FX fund, generating variable returns in excess of 5-10%+ per calendar month, solid performance history. Only open to suitably qualified investors with a minimum subscription of $3m. A private managed investment service in which the trader personally guarantees the investment capital. Redemptions allowed anytime. Open to Individuals, Trusts and Corporates. Not regulated in the UK.
You will need to be certify your HNW and sophisticated investor status and confirm that you fully understand that the investment services are unregulated and engage in a variety of trading activities. Trading spot currencies carries substantial risk that involves potential for loss. This activity is only appropriate for investors who understand and are willing to assume all the risks involved. With ever changing market conditions your trading results may also vary. Because the risk factor is high in the foreign exchange market trading, only genuine ‘risk’ funds should be used in such trading. No “safe”. trading system has ever been devised, and no one can guarantee profits or freedom from loss.
How to protect yourself
- Make sure you understand what you’re signing up to – especially the risks and charges. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
- Don’t take the first product you see or one where a company contacts you unexpectedly. Always compare products to make sure you are getting the right one.
- Read the paperwork you get and make sure you understand it – don’t hesitate to ask questions if anything isn’t clear.
- Some investment products are provided by companies that are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). If the company is not regulated then you will not be covered by the Financial Ombudsman Service or the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.