Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions

Hunter Jones is an alternative investment firm which acts as an Introducer of property bonds to investors. Our specialist knowledge and strategic approach allows us to introduce you to innovative property loan note opportunities.

We do not charge you a fee for the services we provide. We are paid a commission by the loan note issuer.

Hunter Jones was established in 2013. 

No. Hunter Jones is not directly authorised or regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. It is an Appointed Representative (FRN: 808287) of Equity for Growth (Securities) Limited (FRN: 475953) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. 

No. We are simply an introducer, introducing private investors to a range of UK and European investment opportunities. We do not sell any property.

Due to the fact that property bonds are considered speculative, illiquid and high risk investments we can only introduce our investment opportunities to experienced and knowledgeable sophisticated investors in this field. Sophisticated Investors are deemed to have the requisite knowledge and experience of the investments we offer. 

Loan Note Questions

A loan note is an extended form of a generic I Owe You (IOU) document from one party to another. It enables a payee (borrower) to receive payments from a lender, possibly with an interest rate attached, over a set period of time and ending on the date at which the entire loan is to be repaid. Loan notes are usually provided in lieu of cash at the payee’s request.

A loan note denotes a type of contract that typically outlines the legal obligations of the lender and the borrower. A proper loan note will include a set of contractual penalties, including the right to sue or seek arbitration, if either party to the contract fails to meet or otherwise defaults on financial obligations. 

 

SOURCE: INVESTOPEDIA – Alan Farley Apr 14, 2019
Under these circumstances, the Loan Notes would form part of your estate and the executors or administrators of your estate would hold title to the Loan Notes. Your executors would hold the Loan Notes until their redemption or, in such exceptional circumstances, the issuer might be prepared to redeem them early.

Important Information

The investments referred to in this website are not suitable for all investors and are intended for certain categories of investor only. Osborne Baldwin Limited t/a Hunter Jones does not give financial advice to investors about the suitability of the investments. Investors should seek advice from a person who specialises in advising on speculative, illiquid securities. 

Unregulated investment opportunities in complex instruments are considered high risk. Therefore, we can only deal with investors who are  sufficiently knowledgeable and experienced in dealing with these types of investments and are classified as Sophisticated Investors.

Investors who are not ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom should ensure that they comply with the laws of their local jurisdiction before investing.

If you do not meet these criteria, you must NOT take any further action and leave this site immediately.