Investing in start-up limited companies, i.e. the SPV, indeed and any asset or property, carries certain risks which can include (but is not limited to) illiquidity; a potential lack of dividends; loss of the entire Investment and dilution, and it is completely your responsibility to satisfy yourself that this risk is acceptable to you. You acknowledge that making an investment should be done only as part of a diversified portfolio. This means that you should invest in relatively small amounts in multiple assets / SPV’s rather than one or two. Further, you may only want to invest a small proportion of your investable capital in any start-up business / SPV and other money invested in safer, more liquid assets. Please note that this does not constitute investment advice.

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