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From: Profiting Financial <info@marketing.profitingfinancial.com>
Date: 10 June 2016 at 14:28:38 BST
To: o@aol.com
Subject: Asset backed bond – UpTo 9% interest Fixed Income
Reply-To: Admin <info@profitingfinancial.com>

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Banks are failing SMEs by continuing to starve them of essential access to credit. And as the demand for credit outstrips supply, companies are increasingly turning to alternative forms of finance.

Our secured corporate bond represents a unique opportunity to invest in a market worth in excess of £1.7 billion in the UK alone. With all the protection afforded by an asset backed loan note.

SECURITY
The Fornax Capital £3 Million Secured Corporate Bond is asset backed.
STABILITY
Up to 9% interest per annum paid quarterly. Regular quarterly Fixed Interest Payments allow you to plan ahead.
LIQUIDITY
Investment flexibility is an important consideration. The Fornax Capital Corporate Bond can be redeemed any time after 2 years.
NO FEES
100% of your principal returned on exit.
FIXED INCOME
Minimum 2 years, Maximum 10 years.
MINIMUM INVESTMENT
£ 10,000 or Euro Equivalent
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Disclamer: This investment offering has not been approved by a 'authorised person' under Section 21 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. To view the content, you must be either: (a) High Net Worth Individual A high net worth individual is one who: Had, during the financial year immediately preceding the date of the certificate, an annual income of £100,000 or more. Held, throughout the same year, net assets of £250,000 or more excluding the residential home, a pension or the proceeds of life assurance contracts. or (b) Self-Certified Sophisticated Investor A sophisticated investor is someone who meets at least one of the following criteria: Has been a member of a network or syndicate of business angels for at least the six months preceding the date of the certificate. Has made more than one investment in an unlisted company in the two years preceding that date. Has worked, in the two years preceding that date, in a professional capacity in the private equity sector, or in the provision of finance for small and medium enterprises. Has been, in the two years preceding that date, a director of a company with an annual turnover of at least £1 million. If you do not meet these criteria, you must not take any further action. This website assumes you have a clear understanding of investments of this type and is provided to prospective investors to evaluate the investment being offered. Before you will be able to view the offering you must certify your investor status. Investments of this type carry significant risks and the capital you have invested will be at risk. Click here to view the risks. This investment is not covered by the FSCS.

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