An investment in the Company is only suitable for investors who have been professionally advised with regard to investment, or other financially sophisticated investors who are capable of evaluating the merits and risks of such an investment, and who have sufficient resources to be able to bear any losses that may arise therefrom (which may be equal to the whole amount invested).
This document is not intended to be relied upon by investors other than those described above. Such an investment should be seen as complementary to existing investments in a wide spread of other financial assets and should not form a major part of an investment portfolio. Investors should not consider investing in the Company unless they already have a diversified investment portfolio. Investment in the Company should be regarded as long-term in nature. There can be no assurance that an active trading market in the Ordinary Shares will develop and be sustained and, if no such market is developed, the price and liquidity of the Ordinary Shares will be adversely affected.
Please see the Company’s listing document for a full list of risk warnings as at the date of that listing document.
Prospective investors should note that an acquisition of shares in the Company involves a degree of risk. These risks will include: fluctuations in value; the value of shares (and any income from them) may fall as well as rise; and investors may not get back, on redemption or otherwise the amount originally invested.
Prospective investors should inform themselves of any tax consequences particular to their circumstances arising in the jurisdiction in which they are resident or domiciled for tax purposes in connection with the acquisition, ownership, redemption or disposal by them of shares in the Company.
Prospective investors should also be aware that past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.