What is the Raptor Bond?

Posted 13th February 19

What is the Raptor Bond?


The Raptor Bond is a new investment opportunity offering 8% interest per annum. Wrapped in an IFISA, the Raptor Bond could grant investors access to tax-free* income, and the chance to ultimately invest in precious metals through Streaming and Royalties finance options. Tax treatment depends on the individual circumstances of each investor and may be subject to change in future.


With a minimum investment of just £2,000 you could join a community of like minded investors who want to ultimately invest in gold and precious metal mining.


The Raptor Bond will focus on mining opportunities that meet stringent requirements, including that there be at least 200,000 ounce gold resource (or gold equivalent ounces), and uncomplicated metallurgy that allows simple, conventional, traditional extraction.


As with other non-listed bond investments, you are offered an interest rate, term length and a potential return on investment after your bond matures. By offering the Raptor Bond wrapped in an IFISA package, it is possible to receive interest payments tax-free as your investment can be considered part of your yearly ISA allowance if investment is made through the Raptor ISA.


How Do I Invest?


By investing as little as £2,000 through the Raptor Bond you will also be joining a community of like minded investors who ultimately want to invest in precious metals. To get started just follow these simple steps:


  1. Read all of our information on this website, we’ve tried to make it as simple as possible.
  2. Submit an enquiry to our team to show your interest in the Bond and ISA.
  3. Our team will be in touch for further information.


Your Capital Is At Risk


YOUR CAPITAL IS AT RISK. Investment not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), the investment may be difficult to transfer and your investment can go down as well as up. You must read our risk page in full before proceeding – click here.

YOUR CAPITAL IS AT RISK. Investment not covered by FSCS and may be difficult to transfer. Investment can go down as well as up. Read our risk page before proceeding – click here.