You can have the UK’s lowest arrangement fee – just 0.3%* per investment
With over 30 years in the industry, Reyker Securities focus on providing three core elements - transparency, accountability and experience. As a diversified financial institution, their Structured Products come with a range of risks and returns to suit a multitude of investors.
All non-advised sales carry an arrangement fee of just 0.3% of your investment. This is the cheapest percentage fee you'll find online, and all designed to help you make the most of your money. Investments carry a minimum charge of £50 for private investors, and a minimum of £100 for corporate or pension investments.
If you receive advice in the purchase of your Structured Product then this will incur a setup fee, but at just 1.5% this is lower than almost every other provider. Purchasing this way will ensure that you receive help and direction in choosing your plan, making it a good option for investors who are new to Structured Products.
Reyker is a member of the London Stock Exchange and of Euroclear, and provides a unique and extensive range of bespoke services to banks and financial institutions. Their safe and professional private investor services range from online applications and safe custody to discretionary wealth management.
In contrast to some Structured Product providers, Reyker prefers to keep all its services under one roof, and does not outsource its custody and administration to third parties. They aim to deliver service with passion and promise to stay with investors throughout their investment journey, monitoring key barrier levels and notifying investors of potential redemption opportunities.
It's important to understand the risks of Structured Products before going ahead with any investment. Structured Deposit Plans are deposit-based and will usually benefit from the protection of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
However, with a capital-at-risk product like a Structured Investment Plan, the return of your capital is dependent upon the financial company you've invested that money with staying in business. This is known as 'counterparty risk', counterparty referring to the financial institution holding your money. If this company were to become insolvent during your investment and so unable to repay its liabilities, part or all of your capital may be lost. It is therefore vital for all investors to observe the terms and conditions of each plan before going forward.