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Are there risks in investing in securities offered via Tifosy?

All investment opportunities carry risks to your capital and no party can guarantee that you will make any return.

The risks to be considered before investing are made clear throughout the investment process and our Risk Warnings guide provides an overview of the most material risks for a retail investor.

As each investment is different, the offer document associated to each investment opportunity will also contain any investment specific risks within a ‘Risk Factors’ section. Your final decision to invest should be made on the basis of a careful review of the offer document and if you are in any doubt about the contents you are strongly advised to seek the advice of an independent financial adviser.

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