Information for investors

When you invest in a structured investment you gain the potential of growth or income based on the performance of an underlying asset, typically a market index such as the FTSE 100 Index or S&P 500 Index. A structured investment could enhance the returns from the underlying asset or mitigate the risk of falls in the underlying asset.

Many of our products are available for investment through tax-efficient wrappers such as ISA's, SIPP's and SSAS's.

The products are fixed term investments. If you redeem the product before its maturity date you may receive back less than you invested. There are other potential risks to your invested capital that mean you could receive back less than you invested, for example, if the underlying asset was to perform badly or the counterparty (issuing bank) was to become insolvent.

For more information about Structured Investments please contact your financial adviser.

If you are already a client of Walker Crips and have some questions about your current investments that your financial adviser cannot answer please do call us on 020 3100 8880

Walker Crips Structured Investments is a specialist division providing financial advisers, institutions and other professional intermediaries with carefully considered investment opportunities.

Our independence not only allows us to select from the world’s leading global financial institutions, it also provides us with a flexible market perspective which enables us the precision to create the right product at the right time.

We do not give investment advice ourselves, instead we focus on the design and administration of our structured investment plans.

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It is important to remember that the value of investments can go down as well as up and it is possible to get back less than you invested, especially in the early years. Past performance is no guarantee of future returns and interest rates and dividends are variable and cannot be guaranteed in the future. Any tax treatment mentioned is based on personal circumstances and current legislation which is subject to change.