Can I invest through my company or SSAS trust?

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Your capital is at risk and investments are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).


Yes you can.  When you start the registration process, you will have the option to register as a
Company or Trust (SSAS) rather than an Individual (2nd or 3rd tab along).

As part of the Company registration process, you will be asked to supply KYC (Know Your Client) documents such as
  • The company's certificate of incorporation 
  • Articles of association.  
  • Declaration of beneficiaries
  • Identity documents for those who can exercise control over the business, either as a director, a shareholder or otherwise. 

As part of the Trust registration process, you will be asked to supply documents such as:
  • Proof of registration
  • Trust deed or agreement
  • Declaration of beneficiaries
  • Identity document for you (photo ID such as a passport or driving license)



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