Self-Certify to gain access to our alternative investments
All loan notes fall under unregulated investments so you must qualify as either a High-Net Worth or Sophisticated investor before you invest.
Please use the below button to self-certify yourself by using our online certification forms and we will be happy to share full details with you.
To discuss whether you qualify further please contact us below for a no obligation call or book an appointment at our London office.
I have an annual income of more than £100,000 or savings of more than £250,000 and I understand my capital is at risk if I were to proceed.
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We are committed to provide you with full disclosure on all available investment providers for you to make your own informed decision on which options are best suited to your own personal criteria.
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Since 2016 we are proud to say we have been thinking outside of the box when providing high-returning investments by following strict guidelines to ensure individuals are experienced in their decisions to invest. By certifying yourself as the appropriate investor allows us to share an array of income options based on your appetite to risk.
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Due to the nature of how we work, our team are dedicated and experienced in providing you transparency on investing. Our 5* reviews confirm that our investors are happy with how this works so come and join us and start your portfolio today with HyLife.
Property Bonds and Loan Notes are unregulated, non-readily realisable, non-transferable securities. Investors should be aware that past performance is not a reliable guide to future performance or returns and you may not get back all your original investment. These are high-risk investments and are much riskier than a savings account. You could lose all of your money invested in this product.
Individuals are strongly advised to seek independent financial advice from an authorised person who specialises in advising on non-readily realisable securities. Tax treatment is dependent on individual personal circumstances and these are subject to change. We are also not tax experts and recommend investors speak to a specialist tax advisor for appropriate tax advice.
Non-readily realisable investments are unregulated securities, not authorised under the Financial Services & Markets Act 2000 (“FSMA”). Such securities may not be subject to the rules and regulations made under FSMA for the protection of Investors. Compensation may not be available under the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme in the event of a default in respect of your investment.