The Panama Papers and the new age of investing
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Could the biggest data breach in history change the investment landscape?
The revelations which have come from the leaking of the “Panama Papers,” 11 and a half million documents from one of the world’s most secretive law firms, has revealed the ugly side of offshore investments.
From Vladimir Putin, to Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson and David Cameron, the anonymous leak from Mossack Fonseca has led to serious issues being raised over the legitimacy of offshore investments, as well as robust debate about the need for greater transparency in how the financial services industry manages the investment process.
Moving towards a more transparent future
One of the biggest talking points around the data leak has been the extent to which the offshore investments made by many of the rich and famous have been secretive, hidden and often murky.
Whether for the purposes of tax evasion or to hide assets from ex-wives or partners, a large part of the public anger prompted by the leaks has revolved around how a few wealthy individuals are “bending the rules.”
With David Cameron having published his tax returns, and George Osbourne swiftly following suit, it is clear that moving forward greater scrutiny will undoubtedly be a part of the investment landscape.
This is one of the reasons investing with platforms such as ours is so beneficial to those looking to manage and grow their wealth. We’re transparent, open and honest and offer a real alternative to established investment options.
All of the companies we help fund are fully vetted by our investment specialists and have to pass our strict criteria as robust, legitimate and reliable businesses.
We are authorised and regulated by the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) and provide clear provenance for all financial investments as part of our due diligence. Our Bootcamp team spends a minimum of three weeks checking that every claim a business makes, from valuation to contracts and market analysis to credibility, stacks up. This helps ensure that our investors have full access to all of the information they need to make informed investment decisions.
In addition, when you invest through a platform like Crowdbnk, you’ll often be able to enjoy the benefits of approved tax break schemes like the SEIS (Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme) and EIS (Enterprise Investment Scheme) – set up by HMRC to help increase investment in UK startups.
Wealth distribution done the right way
At Code Investing we help uncover and support some of the most exciting new investment opportunities in the UK. We invest in every business we help fund, so you’ll always know we’re committed to the success of every company in our portfolio.
We have a diverse range of opportunities, giving our investors the chance to manage their wealth distribution astutely. From companies like the Cotswolds Distillery to social media platforms such as Kastr and agricultural software firm Map of Agriculture, the opportunities we present give you the freedom to effectively manage the risk of your portfolio while diversifying your investment interests.
Discover a more transparent and trustworthy way to invest with Code Investing, contact us today and find out how we can help manage your wealth effectively.
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Press Release: Borro Chairman John Allbrook appointed to CODE Investing board, as Mark Collings joins as Chief Commercial Officer
Boosted by new strategic partnerships with BNP Paribas Asset Management and PCF Bank, CODE Investing hires CCO and new board member for future growth.
CODE Investing & BNP Paribas Asset Management have completed an unsecured loan to Hampshire-based domiciliary care provider, Apex Prime Care.
We’ve helped our client ‘Apex Prime Care’ arrange a six-figure, eight-year loan facility through one of our major institutional partnerships.