A unique and exciting investment opportunity combining high returns paid in advance with a low entry level, an attractive one year term and a great central London location.
The latest addition to the prestigious estate is a floating asset in the form of the MV Funchal, originally a Portuguese presidential yacht used to transport international dignitaries on transatlantic visits before its conversion into a 4-star luxury cruise liner. The 488-passenger vessel has had a distinguished career over the years, traversing the world’s oceans and taking in the Arctic Circle, Norwegian Fjords, Australia and the Far East; the Mediterranean and the Pacific. As one of the finest examples of a luxury cruise liner, the MV Funchal was extensively refurbished in 2013, at a cost of €12m, elevating its luxurious offering even further. Around 300kms of new wiring, 500 tons of steel, 3kms of conducts and piping and 15,000m2 of new ceilings and carpeting were replaced during its restoration.
A short-term investment vehicle such as an SPI that is supported by real estate, serves to protect your capital from rising inflation, locking-in the value of your cash for the term.
What Is So Unique About The SPI? Aside from real estate investment trusts (REITs) or specialist funds, there is no low-entry level short-term vehicles for property investors who prefer the security of tangible assets. The SPI has underlying prime property assets valued at more than £450m owned by the Group, making it ideal for investors with a low-risk appetite. Interest rates considerably higher than other inflation-sensitive investments serve to provide healthy returns that are completely impervious to volatile market movements.
Because the entry level for the SPI is just £15k, this is the perfect vehicle for protecting and building wealth, without tying up large sums of capital. Exit Routes There are three exit strategies available with this investment, as follows:
Updated on August 30, 2018 at 10:52 am