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Discerning Alternative Investments

Specialist Introducers to High Quality, Asset Backed, Fixed Return Alternative Investment Products

The U.K. Asset Company continues to build on an unrivaled reputation as a highly experienced introducer to the highest quality U.K. based alternative investment products. We specialise in diversified, fixed income, asset backed investment bonds in residential, commercial and healthcare property developments from some of Britain’s top developers.

 

We offer further diversification with fixed income and growth products within the renewable energy/green energy sectors and even fixed term, high growth income bonds pinned to the mining industry both within the U.K. and internationally.

About Us
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Our objective is to provide clarity on what is often regarded as a complicated market. We deliver an unrivalled approach to client care and pride ourselves on delivering a personalised attentive service to our clients.
Our experienced team of professional advisers has a proven track record within the Alternative Asset Market. Each and every one of our team is fully equipped and trained to maximise usage of the very latest available analytical technological props and is able to tap into their network of insider knowledge on today’s fast-moving and extremely competitive marketplace.

We believe that our success is a result of the pairing of the experience of our senior executives and advisers with a younger, dynamic team of highly-trained professionals. This winning combination gives us the required balance to achieve reliable, measured risks to maximise our clients’ ROI and resulting peace of mind.

With continuing global economic uncertainty and the renewed instability of traditional investment vehicles clients have been forced to change their approach to the way they manage their wealth. The U.K. Asset Company is ideally positioned to suggest the most lucrative asset
classes within the Alternative Asset sector.

The U.K. Asset Company continues to adapt within an ever changing market place and has recently formed The Gold Safe Ltd, a company now specialising in gold based investment products including physical bullion, gold coins, gold based bonds and equities.
The U.K. Asset Company

Introducers to High Quality Alternative Assets.

The U.K. Asset Company was formed by a select team of London-trained experts in the field of Alternative Assets, as a positive response to fundamental changes within the global investment industry and to widespread dissatisfaction with the performance of traditional investment products following the 2008 financial meltdown.

With the continuing instability of the traditional investment markets and global economic uncertainty in general, we have all been forced to change our approach to the way we manage wealth.

By capitalising on the broad skill spectrum and wide knowledge base of our experienced team we have promoted an evolving portfolio of solid and exciting alternative investment opportunities that offer the kinds of return that are now so elusive in products falling within traditional investment asset classes. Of course, our portfolio of companies we promote is constantly updated, as we are always scouring the alternative market to ensure our Customers have access to our Corporate Clients products on the market at any given time.

We are experienced introducing agents. Our extensive network of contacts combined with our experience in this complex market means we are ideally positioned to introduce our Customers to some of the most attractive alternative investment products within the alternative assets sector. Exceptional Corporate Client and Customer care is key to our success, and our promotors pride themselves on their long-standing relationships with Customers and Corporate Clients alike.

We only introduce Customers (investors) to companies who use the services of U.K. regulated Asset Clearing services or U.K. licensed Escrow Agents using U.K. Banking facilities. We only work with trusted professionals. Our Corporate Clients offerings and products are all subject of stringent due diligence processes, and our partners are all leaders in their respective fields.

Our key principles are the driver of everything we do:
To identify and promote opportunities for our Customers that should see them enjoy potential capital growth where applicable and high incomes where designed.
To ensure we are always ahead of the Market, providing innovative Alternative Investment solutions to our Corporate Clients funding requirements, and Investment opportunities for our Customers that are not generally available elsewhere.
To provide an outstanding, stress-free service experience for our Customers, with ongoing support from initial contact through to, if applicable, eventual investment.
WHAT WE DO
FOR OUR CUSTOMERS
Continually delivering well performing Alternative Investment products.Here to guide you every step of the way

We are experienced introducing agents. We do not give advice, we ensure that you (our Customer) have access to some of the highest-performing products on the market at any given time, guiding you through the investment process, and always on hand to provide support and answer any questions you may have.

How do we do it?

Our extensive network of contacts combined with our experience in this complex market means we are ideally positioned to introduce our Customers to some of the most attractive products within the alternative asset sector. We use our contacts, professional advisors, knowledge and skills to regularly scrutinise available assets to ensure that Customers have access to a range of well performing opportunities.

We make it our mission to ensure that Investors (our customers) are happy with the entire investment experience, and our aftercare service means you will always have access to your personal contact should you want to talk anything through, even after your transaction has completed.

Exceptional customer service
Customer care

Our business is customer services focused and we pride ourselves on our exceptional customer care.

 

To ensure we can continue to provide exceptional levels of customer satisfaction, we tailor our service parameters to the needs of our customers as a whole.

Our customers like to know who they are dealing with on a day to day basis, and need to be confident that their personal representative has a firm grasp of the way a customer prefers to conduct their investment business. This extends beyond the intricate commercial specifics of a specific Corporate Clients offering to the more mundane matters such as how often and via which medium a customer likes to be contacted. We listen to our customers and we strive to deliver on our customers requests.

We are firmly committed to the FCA´s principle of Treating Customers Fairly – or TFC, and so seek to operate with integrity and transparency throughout each and every transaction a customer makes. We always suggest that our customers should perform their own due diligence on an investment opportunity, refer to our Corporate Clients risk warnings within their documentation, and where necessary consult an Independent Financial Adviser.

 

Our customers can be reassured that we only work with regulated, established, reputable and qualified lawyers, fully licensed Escrow and Clearing Agents and British banking institutions.

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Customer Relationship
Laying the strongest foundations for long-lasting, successful relationships between our customer and their representative.

We:

  • pride ourselves on our long-term relationships with our customers
  • want to keep customers happy so that you keep coming back to us
  • know that if we don’t deliver our best results on your first investment we won’t get any repeat business from you

Our ultimate goal is for you to be able to create a high-performing and well-balanced portfolio of Alternative Assets that works hard and delivers results for you. Our interests are firmly aligned with yours as they are aligned with our Corporate Clients. We will never suggest that you proceed with further Alternative Asset purchases with us unless you are fully content with the first investment you entered into on our introduction.

 

The service we provide does not end at your purchase. A member of our team is always on hand to offer assistance and answer any questions you may have, at any stage in the transaction. We are also able to assist you establish what your options might be should you wish to sell some or all of your Alternative Assets at a later date. That said – our Corporate Clients debt products tend to be designed to run for the full length of the Offer.

 

We welcome feedback on your customer experience and how we can improve it. As part of our commitment to ongoing support, you customers can be added to our monthly bulletin so that we can keep you informed on the latest developments in our alternative asset market place.

Bonds Explained

Bonds are essentially loans to a company and are a relatively simple investment vehicle to get your head around and start using to your advantage. It tends to be that the higher the rate the bond / company pays the higher the risk, which is why we tend to only promote bonds where there is the additional comfort of asset backing of some description.

What is a bond?

A bond is also referred to as fixed income security and sometimes a Debenture

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A bond is essentially a loan given to a business or the government. As the investor, you are the creditor, loaning your money for a defined period of time for an interest rate.

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Interest rates can be both variable where they fluctuate reflecting market conditions or fixed, giving you certainty.

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Bonds are issued when companies or other organisations need to raise additional capital, this can be for a variety of reasons, for instance, to refinance existing debts or to fund a new project.

Earning money from a bond

During the bond term from a bond from one of our Corporate Clients you can expect to receive regular interest payments. When the maturity date is reached, the loaned funds (the bond) are returned. If you were to purchase a bond for say £10,000 with a 15% interest rate, you would receive £1,500 annually over the bond term. Typically sold in small denominations, such as £5,000 or £10,000, bonds give you the flexibility to invest as much or as little as you want in a venture. When compared to traditional bond markets, our Corporate Clients bonds tend to offer less volatility in pricing as there is usually no central market for trading these bonds. Bonds are usually bought by investing directly with the Company via an Investment Invitation, and the bonds are not normally designed to be traded on any secondary market. Anyone can invest in bonds, choosing either individual bonds such as the bonds from our corporate clients or perhaps a government bond or a mutual fund bond to match your risk profile and needs.

Your bond investment
£10,000
Your interest rate
15%
per annum
You receive
£1,500
annually over bond term
Why invest in a bond?

There’s been a growing interest and demand for traditional bonds in the UK in 2017 – in part, this could be due to the political and economic uncertainty the country is facing but, there’s also a case to be made for the potential returns a bond has to offer over typical savings accounts. The latest figures (2017) show that £4.9 billion has been placed in fixed-income funds in the three months to October 1 2017, totalling £9 billion over the 12 months to October. Of the different asset classes, bonds were the bestselling throughout the third quarter 2017, with a particular focus on the strategic bond sector (www.theinvestmentassociation.org). The strong trade of bonds indicates that even as interest rates are poised to rise further in coming quarters, bonds still offer an attractive investment proposition to those keen to maximise their savings, diversify their portfolio and offset risk.  The evidence is that there is large scale divesting of traditional bonds at this time…

There are multiple reasons to choose to place your funds in the bond market
Higher interest rates

Compared to regular savings accounts and main stream bonds, our corporate clients bonds offer you a higher rate of return, albeit with higher risk. (Our Corporate Clients bonds are not covered by the Investors Compensation Scheme). Even with the Bank of England effectively doubling the base rate to 0.5% after years of low interest our Corporate Clients bonds offer higher coupon rates with 8% pa being common place.

Diversify your portfolio

If you’re already holding stocks or other investments, our corporate clients bonds can help you diversify the higher risk end your portfolio. By investing in a number of our corporate clients bonds you will be spreading the risks, and you’ll benefit from having a portfolio of our corporate clients bonds at a time of volatility and political uncertainty.

Less associated risk

Bonds are often chosen for being a stable, reliable income. There’s a growing scepticism towards the bull stock markets and, as a defensive asset, bonds are an ideal option for those seeking a predictable form of income.

Providing some of the U.K.´s best investment products
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Property Bonds
Property bonds verses
buy to let

If you’ve been looking for a market with the potential to deliver above average returns on your investment, you’ve no doubt considered the property sector. Choose the right investment vehicle in the property market and you can generate a substantial income but untangling the media coverage, facts, and predictions of what will happen next to get a true picture of returns and stability can be a challenge. Here, we’ve cut through the clutter to provide a clear side-by-side comparison of property bonds and buy to let options to help you identify the best investment opportunity for your money, appetite for risk and current portfolio.

A burgeoning property market makes for an attractive investment prospect

There’s no denying that a decade ago the financial crisis hit the property market hard. According to Savills, the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) fundamentally changed the UK housing market, with the repercussions of subprime lending leading to austerity measures, huge losses in market value (a 20% fall in 16 months), a massive fall in transactions and less lending overall. The deepest economic recession in the post-war period weighed heavily on the property market.

Today, it’s a different story. Even with the average property value falling between 2007 and 2010, house prices doubled in the first decade of the 21st century, with the average price of the UK home increasing from £81,596 to £167,020. It’s a trend that’s continued over the last seven years too. The latest figures from the Halifax House Price Index show that house prices have risen by 4.5% in the last 12 months. The average house price is now a record £225,826. In London, the recovery has been even greater – the average property value in 2007 was £292,409. In 2017, it’s £478,142 according to Nationwide.

So, the property market has been a great investment prospect but, assuming direct property investment and buy to let is the best option may not be right.

Average UK House Price 2017 £225,826
Average House Price in London 2007 £292,409
Average House Price in London 2017 £478,142
What are property bonds...
The reality of investing
in buy to let properties after the crash
You will need to have a sizeable cash deposit to purchase a property outright or take on a buy to let mortgage.

As a result of the financial crash, interest only lending has fallen to just 1.72% of the market, and percentage of lending at over 90% LTV has slumped from 14.1% in 2007 to just 3.9% in 2017 (source: PRA/FCA).

Realistically, you’ll need just as big a deposit – if not more – as a standard buyer to gain a foothold in the buy to let market. It’s not only the huge cash investment that makes this an unattractive option either – increased tax, squeezed margins, regulatory changes and the fact buy to let properties in most regions struggle to deliver a yield above 3% all need to be weighed up.

There are other downsides to consider with the buy to let option too. In its report “The Global Financial Crisis – 10 Years On” the estate agent Savills warns…

In the year to March 2016, buy-to-let lending was effectively back to where it was in 2007. Now it is at half those levels. This effect is likely to become even more entrenched as the progressive reduction in tax relief combines with rising interest rates to squeeze affordability.
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As a buy to let investor, you’ll also need to comply with stringent regulations, pay associated expenses such as stamp duty and refurbishment costs, and keep up to date with ongoing landlord responsibilities. The reality of choosing to invest in a buy to let property means being prepared to take a risk, invest a substantial amount and commit to long-term obligations.

Investing money in property bonds can offer better returns and more flexibility compared to typical “Buy to Let”.

Property bonds are another option for those that are keen to take advantage of the robust property market when buy to let investments just aren’t the right fit. If you can’t raise a huge deposit, want yields above 3% and don’t want the hassle of regulatory compliance and maintenance, property bonds offer many of the benefit without the burdens.

Bonds are a thriving asset class at the moment, reflecting the accessibility and flexibility that they offer. In fact, fixed income assets were the best selling asset class during the third quarter of 2017, with sales amounting to £4.9 billion.

Like the buy to let market, the returns delivered with property bonds vary. However, as a fixed-income asset class, you know what your expected yield is before you part with your money. This certainty makes property bonds an attractive option for those with a low appetite for risk as they’ll give you peace of mind when you’re choosing an investment vehicle. It also makes it much easier to manage your money and your portfolio than would be the case with buy to let, where income will depend on town, the market value of the property and tenants.

Property Bonds
are a fixed-income asset class…

know what your expected yield is BEFORE you part with your money.

Fixed income

Property bonds deliver a fixed income that’s reliable and stable when compared to other asset classes.

Healthy yields

The returns generated on property bonds can be considered very healthy, at an average of 8%.

Ability to trade

You’re tied to a property bond until it reaches maturity, you may be able to trade them on the secondary market

Less volatile than stocks

Stocks can deliver bigger returns, but the associated risks are much greater than bonds as the equities market is volatile.

Simple way to benefit property rises

Property prices are increasing and when you want a simple, efficient way to reap the reward, property bonds provide a solution.

Depending on the property bond that you choose, you can expect yields of between 8% and 12% annually

This is between 3% and 7% more than most buy to let properties in regions outside of university towns.

With an experienced developer handling the daily tasks associated with the property you’re invested in, property bonds are a very hands-off way to invest in property, without sacrificing the benefits. Simply hold on to your bond and receive regular interest payments until it reaches maturity.

If you have a smaller sum to invest, property bonds are ideal. The average cost of buying a home outside of London is £225,826, with just 3.9% of mortgages offered at 90% LTV. That means as a minimum, you’ll need a £22,500 deposit to purchase a buy to let property.

In contrast, you can purchase as few or as many property bonds as you like, building them up to reach the desired amount. Bonds are typically offered with values that are a fraction of the cost of buying a property, allowing investors to benefit from the rising prices without having to take out a mortgage or invest a large amount in a single transaction.

Of course, as with any investment, there are disadvantages to consider when selecting property bonds too. Further rises in interest rates could devalue the amount you receive from a property bond, but investors can counteract this risk by choosing bonds that have a short duration to maturity. This allows you to reinvest in bonds or other opportunities that reflect the changing market.

Don’t forget, our role is to promote awareness of our corporate clients to potential investors.

Renewable Energy Investments

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The enormous potential of Tidal Energy, Wind Power and even Solar Energy in the U.K. is yet to be fully capitalised on but is now beginning to offer massive opportunities for savvy investors. The U.K. is not just the windiest country in Europe with about 40% of the total wind that blows across Europe but it also has 50% of Europe’s total tidal energy capacity. With new and exciting technologies being employed, solar energy can be produced even with within our gloomy shores but all this potential can not be fully harnessed without grid-level battery storage. As the landscape changes, opportunities arise.

Wind Energy Investing

Both off-shore and on-shore wind energy production continues to increase, become more efficient and cost effective. Along with ground-breaking developments come investment opportunities for those in the know and as Britain continues to push the boundaries in terms of technology and know-how, investment opportunities arise. Download your ultimate guide to gain essential insight into this exciting, fast growing industry.

Tidal Power Investing
The U.K.’s tidal power resource is estimated to be 10 Gigawatts (GW), about 50% of Europe’s total tidal energy capacity. New technologies are being developed to harness the huge potential of this incredible natural resource but the sector as a whole needs investment in order to reach it’s full potential. Find out where the smart money is going and who the big investors are.
Battery Storage Investing
Battery storage solutions are an essential and integral part of the development of renewable energy solutions for our future. Without efficient storage capability, electricity production is wasteful and inefficient. The technology behind battery storage has improved massively over the last ten years and continues to develop but which companies are leading the way and which offer the best investment opportunities?
Solar Energy Investing

Let’s not forget Solar Energy just because the sun isn’t shining. Solar is fast becoming an investment hot topic with over GBP 5 billion of investment expected in the sector over the next 10 years It’s an industry that is going to see exponential growth and along with growth comes opportunity for private investors. Find out where you can take advantage and download your free guide today.

Gold Investments
Why invest in gold?
With countries across the world experiencing periods of political upheaval, social unrest and conflict, there is no mistaking the fact that gold is a safe haven for investors. With prices soaring to record highs in 2019, there’s never been a better time to invest in gold.
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A global currency

Gold has been a form of currency and mode of storing wealth for centuries thanks to its scarcity. Historians often herald the precious metal as being responsible for the banking industry meaning its intrinsic value goes back centuries. This is no 21 st Century cryptocurrency – it is a measure of wealth almost as old as time.

 

With countries all over the globe holding a percentage of their overall wealth in gold in order to protect themselves and their economy from financial risk, gold is seen as one of the steadiest forms of investment. We’re increasingly seeing this, as nations from Russia to China slowly transition their reserves from the volatile US dollar to the stable gold bullion.

Assets for the future

Gold is by far the best performing asset of the 21 st century, yielding an average return of 15% over the past decade alone. Q1 and Q2 2019 were a tale of major gains for gold with investors – it smashed through the $1400 mark as markets dipped and peaked. We’ve seen global banks and private investors increasing their stocks and taking advantage of what could be the lowest prices we’ll see for the immediate future. In all cases it’s clear, gold ensures financial security for the future.

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Five Reasons To Invest In Gold

With market uncertainty surrounding world economies growing due to political and financial issues, the price of many commonly held assets has received a big hit. We have trade wars, Brexit and other geopolitical crises to thank – turmoil that has made gold more stable and more desirable than ever as elsewhere, markets experience huge amounts of volatility.

Gold has always been recognised as a safe, tangible asset and has proven to be a reliable investment option for thousands of years. Today more than ever, a growing number of investors and central banks are once again choosing to secure their wealth against financial risk by investing in gold. The modern investor able to move quickly is also seeing the value of their asset trending upwards giving security and real returns.

Current savings performance is severely limited by low-interest rates and the capital amount a bank or financial institution is required to hold at any time. This puts savers in a precarious situation, with several UK financial institutions being added to UK government watch lists as customer finances face escalating risk for very little return.

 

With Brexit just around the corner, inflation is set to rise to as much as 5% while interest rates pay as little as 1%. Against this backdrop, investment in gold and other precious metals is on the up.

With inflation levels almost certain to increase by 4-5% in the short term, investing in property is a risky business. Traditionally a pension plan and safe investment, we could see property becoming less attractive as a long term safe haven for wealth. If inflation does soar, mortgages will become financially unachievable for many, resulting in an oversupply of property and a fall in value. For those with large property portfolios, a huge amount of money could be wiped from the portfolio’s worth almost overnight. Gold, of course, poses none of this risk.
Some bonds offer a seemingly good investment opportunity, but many of the bonds that promise the best yields often come with the greatest risks. A key example of this is the exceptional Greek bonds paying up to 9%. It may sound like a great deal nut anyone with an insight into the market will understand that this comes with a very high risk. For the more risk-averse, gold is the antithesis of this shaky investment proposition. Stable, solid, secure.

Income, property, equity and savings are all taxed, but gold offers a tax-free solution to keeping hold of all of your gains.

 

Physical gold is a legitimate exception to the tax rule, similar to an ISA, but without the restrictions. This means you are able to keep greater control of your investment without being subjected to penalties on early liquidation.

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