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2 May 2019

CPD Qualifying Structured Products Seminar – London City

Agenda: Introduction to Dura Capital Brief history of Structured Products Trade examples Client suitability and portfolio planning Financial planning ideas Risks Due diligence and adviser support For further information on...

Date: Thursday 2nd May 2019

Time: 3:00pm – 4:30pm

Locations:

Managers:

Venue: 10 Throgmorton Avenue, London, EC2N 2DL

Add to Calendar 02/05/2019 3:00pm 02/05/2019 4:30pm Europe/London CPD Qualifying Structured Products Seminar – London City

Agenda:

  • Introduction to Dura Capital
  • Brief history of Structured Products
  • Trade examples
  • Client suitability and portfolio planning
  • Financial planning ideas
  • Risks
  • Due diligence and adviser support

For further information on the event, please email investor-relations@duracapital.uk or call 020 7071 3906.

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2 May 2019

Dura Capital 1 Year Anniversary Party

Join us in celebrating Dura Capital's one year anniversary with the team on Thursday 2nd May. For further information on the event, please email investor-relations@duracapital.uk or call 020 7071 3906.

Date: Thursday 2nd May 2019

Time: 5:30pm – 11:00pm

Locations:

Managers:

Venue: The Oyster Shed, 1 Angel Lane, London, EC4R 3AB

Add to Calendar 02/05/2019 5:30pm 02/05/2019 11:00pm Europe/London Dura Capital 1 Year Anniversary Party

Join us in celebrating Dura Capital’s one year anniversary with the team on Thursday 2nd May.

For further information on the event, please email investor-relations@duracapital.uk or call 020 7071 3906.

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Key Features / Risks

Capital at Risk
Direct investment into a market brings with it the risks of that market since an investment’s value is likely to rise or fall in proportion to the movement of the market. Structured investment products are different in that they can change the risk and/or the return that an investment in a market may provide. Structured investment products achieve this by incorporating derivatives, named so because their performance is derived from the performance of the chosen underlying market, rather than investing directly into the market itself. Many structured investment products are not fully capital secure. They are described as ‘capital-at-risk’ and they offer enhanced income or growth but to achieve this put conditions on how or whether your capital will be repaid when the investment matures.

 

Counterparty Risk
Even when a structured investment product offers the full return of your capital, the return of capital is likely to be subject to counterparty risk. This is the risk that the issuer (the counterparty) of the investments underlying a product becomes insolvent or bankrupt. However remote this risk may appear, it always exists. To reduce it, we suggest that structured investment products are used only as part of a broader portfolio and that investors diversify their structured investment products across a range of counterparties. For more information about structured products and capital-at-risk products you can visit www.moneymadeclear.fsa.gov.uk.

 

Early Encashment
Structured investments products are designed to be held until maturity and early encashment may result in a capital loss for a significant period of the investment term, particularly as there may be charges that adversely impact the value in the early years. There may also be liquidity constraints with structured investments before the stated maturity date. Details of these are outlined in our brochures.

 

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Prospective investors should understand that Plan assets (i.e. the underlying investments) will be held on their behalf by the administrator and custodian but they will not have any direct legal interest in the investments or any direct rights against the issuing counterparty in the event that the counterparty becomes bankrupt or enters into an insolvency process and cannot pay its debts. Prospective investors should also be aware that under the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) rules whilst they may be eligible for compensation in the case of the insolvency of Dura Capital or the administrator and custodian, they are unlikely to be eligible for compensation if the counterparty becomes insolvent.

 

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