How it works
We’ve designed the Tifosy investment process to be as clear, simple and transparent as possible, while ensuring prospective investors are certified and provided with all the information associated with their planned investments.
Creating a Tifosy account is easy. You can do this from the Sign Up button at the top of the page, or as part of reviewing or subscribing to an investment opportunity.
View investment opportunity
Read the key facts of each investment opportunity. Once you have setup your account and completed certification, you can also download the offering documents.
Certification is an important step, and one required by the Financial Conduct Authority. You must complete self-certification to ensure you are set up with the right profile before you can read documents and invest.
Review offering documents
Once you are certified you can read and download the offering documents. It is extremely important that you read these in full before making any investment.
Decide how much to invest
Investments you make should be appropriate to your financial position and appetite for risk, and take into account all information relating to the investment set out in the offering documents.
Complete appropriateness questionnaire
After you’ve entered the amount you would like to invest, you will be asked to complete an Appropriateness Questionnaire. This will test your understanding of investments of this nature.
Complete the investment process
Finish making your investment application by providing your personal details, selecting your payment method, and deciding how you want interest or dividends to be paid.
After completing regulatory checks, Tifosy will contact you to let you know the outcome of your application. If successful, Tifosy will also issue your Bond or Share certificate. You can check on your investments on your profile.
For queries relating to the investment process you can contact Tifosy at any point, by one of the following ways. Please remember though, Tifosy is not able to provide investment advice and may only assist with general queries or technical matters.