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Key Facts

  • A minimum investment of £1,000
  • A maximum investment of £250,000
  • Interest is paid semi-annually and gross of tax
  • No fees or hidden charges
  • Our bonds are eligible within a Stocks and Shares ISA
  • Once you have invested into a SynerGIS Bond you can’t take out the money you originally invested before the bond matures

Frequently Asked Questions

Find the answers to our most frequently asked questions.

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A bond is an investment. You invest money with SynerGIS, so that we can invest it into a diversified portfolio of asset-backed lending. Once the bond comes to an end, or matures, SynerGIS then give you your money back, plus interest.
Your capital is at risk, and access to your money is not permitted until the bond matures. 

Click here to watch our video which quickly and simply explains what a bond is.

A SynerGIS Bond is a fixed rate loan note, issued by SynerGIS Capital plc (SynerGIS) and distributed by Global Investment Strategy UK Ltd (GIS) (437558), a British FCA-regulated financial institution.

SynerGIS, through Global Investment Strategy UK Ltd (GIS), is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and is a participant in the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS). GIS is deemed an investment firm by the FSCS. For an investment business, the FSCS may pay compensation up to £50,000 to each eligible claimant. To find out more about the Financial Conduct Authority, click here.

Global Investment Strategy UK Ltd (GIS) is an investment firm that helps companies and individuals manage their money.

SynerGIS is a brand name of Global Investment Strategy UK Ltd (GIS).

SynerGIS Insights

Thoughts and insights from the team at SynerGIS.

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As the sun sets on another FIFA World Cup, we analyse the economic benefits – both hard and soft – the global tournament can bring.

After years of steady, undramatic growth in equity indices volatility returned with a bang in 2018 with a February “flash-crash” which at one point saw the Dow Jones drop 1,600 points before rallying 750 into the close. Following the shock of February, the markets attempted a recovery before re-testing the previous year-to-date lows but since Easter we have again seen a steady appreciation in equity indices back to near-record levels.

Trying to find the best Fixed Rate Bonds can involve plenty of thought and consideration, as the quest to locate a perfect fit for requirements and expectations may be a timely one. An important factor to be considered is whether Fixed Rate Bonds with access are something that could be appealing.

Nobody can plan their life month-by-month or year-by-year, but having an idea on when you are likely to make the biggest credit application in your life – your mortgage application – can help you optimise your credit rating and help lenders to give you the best deals.

Many firms offer a free report which allow you to check your credit score and identify any issues which may deter potential lenders from offering you their best deals. The main providers are:

With interest rates on current accounts being negligible, many savers are looking for other options as to where to store their wealth. The matter becomes one of priority when searching for somewhere to deposit a lump sum; taking advantage of any opportunity to accumulate interest is important. Knowing how to do this in a way that is sensible and puts the savings in a safe position has led many to Fixed rate bonds.

Document library

Download all the information you need here.

Base Prospectus

Base Prospectus

Final Term Sheets

Final Term Sheets

SynerGIS Bond Terms and Conditions

SynerGIS Bond Terms and Conditions

Ancillary Policy Documents

Ancillary Policy Documents

Tools

Savings Calculator

Use the calculator to find out how much you will earn with your SynerGIS Bond

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*AER (Annual Equivalent Rate) illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year.

The calculator can help you plan ahead, but bear in mind that it’s only a guide.

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