Bank of Bullion was incorporated in January 2016. The Company’s activities were set up in Dubai due to the favourable tax laws in the UAE. It has grown to be a major supplier of physical gold and precious metals in Dubai, positioning itself as a trusted vendor to supply to jewellers in the famous Gold Souq of Dubai as well as providing exports to the burgeoning markets of India, China, and specifically Hongkong that have an insatiable appetite for gold.
Bank of Bullion’s current daily turnover in the year 2020 was approximately 20 KG per day. Bank of Bullion’s revenue in sales for the year 2020 was approximately $135,000,000, and this was generated even though Bank of Bullion was not operating at its full capacity due to the pandemic.
Cin Au Bullion Limited was established in May 2017. The Company has been established to raise funds from the issue of loan notes in the United Kingdom to trade in gold and other precious metals in the UAE.
The client invests with Bank of Bullion
Bank of Bullion buys Gold at discounted rates from mines and refineries
Gold is then sold at market price to Jewelers & Traders, and retail investors
Jewelers and Traders pay Bank of Bullion immediately
Process is complete and repeated every day
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Debenture over the assets of the Company in addition to corporate guarantee from Bank of Bullion. Fully secured.
All Loan Notes will rank pari passu, equally and rateably without discrimination or preference alongside all secured creditors of the Company.
The maximum investment is £10,000,000.
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The investment is secured by way of a debenture over the assets of the company meaning Loan Noteholders rank in priority to unsecured creditors of the Company. The presence of this security does not mean, however, that capital and returns are guaranteed.
No. Neither the Company nor the Loan Notes are regulated. Accordingly, this is a higher risk investment than alternative regulated products.
Any individual who is over the age of 18, or a trust, company, the retail sector, or charity that is not prevented by the laws of its governing jurisdiction from applying for or holding the loan notes.
Investors must also fall within one of the following categories:
(i) certified high net worth investors (as per FinProm article 48);
(ii) certified sophisticated investors (as per FinProm article 50); or
(iii) self-certified sophisticated investors (as per FinProm article 50A).
We recommend all investors speak to an advisor who is authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and specialises in investments of this kind.
All of your original investment is expected to be returned in full at maturity of the Loan Notes, being 3 or 5 years.
A debenture is a form of security, usually granted in favour of a security trustee to hold on behalf of Loan Noteholders, which generally attaches to all the current and future assets of the issuing company. In the event of a default (such as non-payment of interest or capital), the security trustee can enforce the security and take control of the issuer’s assets in order to sell them for the benefit of the loan noteholders.
You may be able to hold your Loan Notes in a SIPP and SASS wrapper provided your pension provider is willing to accept non-standard assets such as unlisted securities. Investors must check with the pension provider first and should not assume the Loan Notes will be SIPP or SSAS-eligible.
Yes, corporate investments or joint applications can be accepted.
Interest is calculated from the date funds are cleared and made available to the Company (and all KYC and AML documentation has been received).
No, the Loan Notes are non-transferrable. Potential investors should consider carefully whether an investment in the Loan Notes is right for them in light of their personal financial circumstances as they will not be able to sell the Loan Notes and receive their capital back until the end of the relevant term (3 or 5 years).
Subject to available cash resources, the Directors will endeavour to redeem, within a reasonable period, Loan Notes held by the executors of deceased Loan Noteholders, where so requested, to assist with probate liquidity.
This will depend on your personal circumstances. In most cases, you will receive interest payments after the deduction of 20% “withholding tax” which we will pay direct to HMRC on your behalf, as is required under UK law. In this case, we will supply you will an annual statement setting out the tax paid. Where you are a higher or additional taxpayer, you may be required to pay additional tax. In certain circumstances, withholding tax usually does not apply, for instance where the subscriber is a UK company or where the loan notes are held in a pension. For all information about tax, we recommend all Investors speak to an independent specialised tax advisor who is authorised and specialises in investments of this kind.
We recommend all Investors speak to an advisor who is authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and specialises in investments of this kind.
Investors can apply through an authorised financial intermediary or direct using the application form provided. We strongly recommend investors consult an appropriately authorised financial adviser before making an application to subscribe for Loan Notes.
You have fourteen (14) days to cancel your application once your application has been received.
Our client relationship team would be very pleased to assist you with any questions. You can contact our Investor Relations team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that we cannot provide investment, legal or tax advice, only guidance on the practicalities of investing. We strongly recommend that you speak to an appropriately authorised financial adviser before making any investment decision.
YOUR CAPITAL IS AT RISK. Loan notes are usually 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 of your original investment. All prospective investors are advised to seek independent financial advice.
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