Amyma is an introducing company that has been running for nearly 20 years. We’ve seen our company through difficult times in the financial market and still been able to provide our clients with opportunities.
Amyma works with you to find the investments that may be suitable for your needs. We take you through a process of self-certification and then supply your information to investment providers so that they can release information about opportunities for you to consider.
Amyma does not pressure its clients to make investments. We are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, and are therefore unable to make recommendations for investment to clients. Once you have received the investment information, we only get in touch with you to see if there is any assistance we can offer.
Assessing risk is part of the process for investors. You can either do this independently or with the help of a financial advisor. Some elements of risk are related to the performance of capital bonds and other investments while others are related to your personal circumstances.
The types of investment that we look for at Amyma are generally classed as high risk. This is balanced by the fact that they offer either high or fast returns. They often belong to relatively new companies or those looking to raise capital rapidly. People who invest in high-risk capital bonds are generally experienced investors with a diverse portfolio or people who can afford to take the risk.
Once you have made your investment in capital bonds or similar, you will be given all the information you need to manage your investment. You have a cooling off period of 14 days after making an investment as per distance selling regulations. Once this is complete, the investment company will send you paperwork and a copy of the LP6 form that details your investment in the company.
You can still work with Amyma to seek out other investment opportunities. However, once you have made your investment in anything we have introduced you to, our relationship with that transaction is over. It is up to you to monitor your investment.