Astute Capital Plc Launches Four New Fixed Income Listed Bonds on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange

Astute Capital Plc

Expanding on their success from 2020, Astute Capital Plc. have recently announced the launch of a handful of new ISA eligible fixed Income Listed Bonds. The 4 new bonds will be listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. Astute Capital are looking to raise new funds in order to fund the growing number of quality loans applications they are receiving. 

The New bonds launched are:

  • 3-year 7.1% income Listed Bond (UK £) – GB00BNBT4S28
  • 3-year 7.1% Income Listed Bond (US $) – GB00BNBT4W63
  • 3-year 7.1% Income listed Bond (Euro) – GB00BNBT4V56
  • 5-year 8.4% Income Listed Bond (UK £) – GB00BNBT4T35

Each of the bonds pays out twice yearly (March and September) with a minimum subscription of £1000, $1000 or €1000 respectively.

Who Are Astute Capital?

Astute Capital Is a listed bond provider who issue bonds on both the Euronext Dublin (Irish Stock Exchange) and Frankfurt Stock Exchange. They have a 4.9/5 score on Trustpilot with over 100 reviews and advocate that their lending team has over 40 years’ experience in asset-backed lending.

Astute Capital specialises in both short term property loans and development funding in the UK. In addition, the company has seen a large increase in the demand for its fixed income Listed Bonds and the number of high-quality lending opportunities due to the impact of Brexit and COVID19 on the major banks. 

They pride themselves in being specialist lenders, offering excellent customer service alongside loan management and loads of flexible lending options. Their website has loads of information so worth having a read if you want to know exactly what they offer and how you could take advantage of their latest listings.

They have launched these new fixed income investment bonds in order to try and give more people the opportunity to take part in their bond program which provides multiple investment terms. 

A Word from Their CEO

 “Despite the current uncertainty cast upon us by both Brexit and the current Covid-19 global pandemic, we are seeing a strong increase in new loan applications as well as demand for fixed-income investments such as our bonds”, said Richard Symonds, CEO of Astute Capital Plc. “In order to service the demand, we are pleased to have launched four new bonds over 3 and 5 years, and introduced our new USD and EURO 3-year bonds. We believe the diversity of timeframe, choice of currency available, as well as the return offered through these bonds will help us deliver to our investors and take advantage of the current opportunities, we are seeing in the lending markets”.

Track History: 

Last year, three of their fixed-rate bonds matured, namely, Series 1, Series 7 and Series 12. These bonds were originally listed on the Irish Stock Exchange (Euronext Dublin) and upon maturity  returned over £4m back to investors which included all the original investment and promised returns. 

For more on these bonds please see theirblog pagefor updates on specific listings

Finding Out More

Astute Capital Plc. offers a range of products and invites you to get in touch over email or phone if you wish to know more. 

You can also create a non obligatory account on their investors website to view new investments as and when they become available. 

To confirm Astute Capital Investments are reserved for High Net Worth or Sophisticated Investors only.

Always make sure you do your research before you commit to any financial investment, ensure that the investment decision you make is the right one for you and your personal circumstance.

Astute Risk Warnings:

Your capital is at risk and interest payments are not guaranteed. Investment in the Astute Capital Plc Bonds is not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) and is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). A maximum of 2% of the capital raised by the issuer of the bond will be paid out in brokerage fees (the equivalent of a maximum of £2 for every £100 of the total capital raised). This amount will not impact the expected interest payments to be paid to investors as outlines in our documentation. In the event of a loan default or if Astute Capital Plc becomes insolvent, you may lose some or all of your investment, including interest payments due. This is a high-risk investment and is much riskier than a savings account. If you are in any doubt about making an investment you are strongly recommended to consult a trained professional financial advisor. Before you subscribe to the Astute Capital Plc you should ensure that you fully understand the risks and determine whether the investment is suitable for you on the basis of all the information available, including the Astute Capital Plc prospectus.

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