Investment Update May 2018
This Wednesday, May 16th, our CEO Dominic Berger will give a brief update on all investments and any significant updates from the companies in our portfolio, what they have achieved and what their plans are going forward.
As usual on our Investment Update Webinar all Members are welcome to join us in the Club Lounge in London for the live broadcast. Members who wish to participate must send an email to support who will respond with address and timings. WELCOME!
The webinar will start at 6PM UK / 7PM CEST
To register please log in and access your webinar link in the Event Calendar
NB Investment updates are only available to active (paying members)
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Current Investment Offers...
Club management remain positive about the prospects and outlook of WideCells and the stem cell therapy market and its future potential. We believe this is a unique opportunity for new Members to be a part of WideCells and for existing holders to average down.
The minimum investment is £60, or 2.000 shares and there is no maximum limit for Sophisticated or High Net Worth Investors with an upper limit of £ 2000 per Everyday Investors, provided it falls within the availability of shares secured for the Members of the Club. This offer will close on Friday, May 18th 2018 at 23.59 pm CET.
Final days to participate in this offer to acquire shares in Britannias Gold Ltd
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Join João de Saldanha and our french Team in Paris!
Member meeting @ Hôtel Bedford on May 17th - more information available in the Event Calendar on the platform.
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RISK WARNING Investments of this nature carry risks to your capital. Please Invest Aware. Your capital is at risk which can include loss of investment and dilution, illiquidity, lack of dividends and it should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. This financial promotion has been approved by Angel Corporate Finance Ltd; a firm authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the UK (189495). Registered in England and Wales under registered number 3672149.
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- Past performance is no guarantee of future results and higher risk investments carry the risk that some or all of the capital invested may be lost. The price of investments can change quickly and go down as well as up.
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