Oakglen Wealth Limited (“Oakglen”, “We”, “Us”, “Our”) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FRN: 961763). Its business address is 2 St. James’s Market, London, SW1Y 4AH, United Kingdom. Oakglen forms part of the Oakglen Group.
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The material on this site is for information purposes only. It provides general details on some of the risks that may be present when investing in financial instruments. You should take time to fully understand the characteristics of such investments and the potential associated risks.
All forms of investment involve risk. The price and value of investments and any income that might accrue can fall or rise or fluctuate. You may not get back the amount of your original investment. Past performance is not a reliable guide to future returns. Changes in exchange rates or taxation may have a detrimental effect on the price, value or income of the investments. You should be mindful that investment returns may be affected by charges levied. The effect of inflation may also reduce the value of investments. Some of the other risks that you should consider when investing in financial instruments include:
Concentration risk: The risk that there is an insufficient level of diversification in a portfolio, with the investor disproportionately exposed to one or a limited number of investments, asset classes or market sectors.
Counterparty risk: The risk that a party connected to an investment or transaction is unable to meet its commitment.
Credit risk: The risk of an issuer defaulting on an interest payment and/or being unable to repay the principal investment or financial gain.
Equity risk: The risk that the value of equity becomes worthless as the company becomes insolvent.
Liquidity risk: Risk arising from the inability to buy or sell an investment swiftly enough to prevent or minimise capital loss.
Market risk: The risk that the value of an individual investment or portfolio will fall as a result of factors affecting the overall performance of the markets.
The above descriptions do not constitute a definitive list of all the risks associated when investing in financial instruments.