MiFID II - The Knowledge Zone
Information on how this impacts you and your clients.
We have recently become aware that a company has been established in the name of
SEVENINVEST MANAGEMENT LIMITED.
This entity has no connection with us and we want to help keep you and your money safe. Whether you’re a client or someone getting to know us, we need to tell you that we must assume that the motivations of the people behind this are illicit. Please be aware of this and be very careful if you are contacted by anyone claiming to represent us. If in doubt, give us a call and we will try to help you.
In the meantime this has been reported to all relevant authorities and we look forward to appropriate action being taken.
You should be aware that the value of investments may go up and down and investors may get back less than they invested originally.
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