To ensure that we supply you the best service possible, we provide a range of financial products. Below are some examples of the investment products we offer.
Being too heavily invested in only one country could mean your portfolio could be negatively affected if that particular market takes a hit. By investing internationally, you can spread your risk and take advantage of industries and regions where the market is strong.
Funds are a collective form of investment that lets you invest indirectly in company shares or other investments such as bonds. They can also often be held within a tax efficient ISA wrapper.
Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs)
ETCs are easily traded investments that offer you easy access to difficult to reach commodity markets. They also fit into a Wide range of risk profiles.
Gilts & Bonds
Gilts and bonds are a great way to make a more predictable, steady return on your investment. Simple to buy and sell, many even come with exemption from capital gains tax.
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs)
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are securities that track an index, commodity or a collection of assets, but trades similar to a stock on an exchange. They are also a relatively secure, cost-effective method of investing in the gold bullion market.
Structured products are synthetic investment instruments, designed to meet specific needs not offered by standardized financial instruments. They provide the chance to invest in otherwise difficult to access assets or take a risk adjusted exposure to conventional assets.
There are a number of different types of foreign exchange investment opportunities ranging from pot exchanges to forward exchange contracts as well as option dated forward exchange contracts.
Contracts for Difference (CFDs)
CFDs are a leveraged ‘derivative’ product which provide you with the opportunity to trade on live market price movements without physically owning the underlying instrument.
Turbos track an underlying asset, usually a European index or currency and offer investors a way to gain full exposure to an asset’s price. They also contain a knockout barrier and as such offer limited risk.
Issued by financial institutions, covered warrants are flexible tools providing leveraged exposure to a wide range of underlying assets such as equities, baskets, indices, currencies and commodities.
Financial Spread Trading (FST)
Financial Spread Trading allows you to speculate on the rise and fall of global financial markets and offers a tax-efficient alternative to other trading options such as share dealing.
New issues offer the opportunity to access investments before they trade on the market and come in two main forms: New Retail Bonds or Initial Public Offerings (IPOs).