New investors can find it difficult to start building their portfolio, given the plethora of choice available. Amyma, a facilitator for investment companies London, welcomes enquiries from new or experienced investors.
[London, 15/06/2018] – Investment companies London have been trying to raise capital via the bond market for years. Today, in many countries, the bond market is larger than the stock market and investors can liaise with more investment companies London than ever before. How does Amyma fit into all of that?
Amyma is a non-FCA regulated company that welcomes potential investors who are interested in buying bonds or other debt instruments from investment companies London. Amyma collaborates with various investment companies London in the technology, financing, entertainment and renewable energy sectors among others.
Amyma agents help clients liaise with high-yield, reputable investment companies London. These investment companies London are in need of capital in order to fund their growth. Other investment companies London, such as renewable energy corporations or other green corporations, spend part or the entire capital generated by investors into environmental or ethical causes.
Amyma cannot divulge sensitive financial information without a company’s consent, therefore potential investors should submit a self-certification assessment form for Amyma to process. When this is done, Amyma agents will follow up with potential investment companies in the UK and investors can then buy bonds or other debt instruments. Amyma is not liable for bond purchases or losses due to market fluctuation.
Why the bond market matters
The bond market has been in the shadow of the stock market for a long time but this is changing. Modern economies are tied to debt and the value of bonds markets worldwide is almost double the value of stock markets. The same applies to investment companies London promoting bonds.
Yet for some inexplicable reason, the bond market remains inaccessible to many investors. Agencies like Amyma collaborate with investment companies London to promote debt instruments to new investors, especially those who have never held capital bonds in their portfolios.