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Isle of Man

Isle of Wight


Loan Note 2

  • Fully Subscribed
  • 8.00% p.a. 
  • 9 year term
  • 3 year break points

Following the very successful launch of our first Loan Note Investment product in February 2013, and by working with and listening to

our investors, we have successfully reached full funding

with Loan Note 2.

 Cherry Godfrey Consumer Funding II Limited is licensed by the Guernsey Financial Services Commission. Registered in Guernsey No. 55039. Registered Office: No. 1 Fountain Street St. Peter Port Guernsey GY1 4AQ. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the minimum Investment?

£50,000 minimum No Maximum

When will the interest be paid?

If you select Annual Interest: 8.00% (as of 1st July) of the value of your Loan Notes will be paid on the first working day of the Calendar Year or, If you select Quarterly Interest: Interest will be paid quarterly at an annualised rate of 7.75% (as of 1st July). Quarterly payments will be made in four equal amounts on the first working day following each quarter end.

How will the Funds be invested?

The funds will be used to establish a Channel Island consumer finance portfolio consisting primarily of small advances. Some advances for similar purposes may be provided to residents of the Isle of Man.

Who will own the underlying assets?

Security over underlying assets, being the Loan agreements and cash reserves, will be secured for the benefit of the Loan Note Holders.

How will the security arrangements operate?

Security will be independently audited quarterly and reports made to a Trustee who can enforce the security for the Loan Note holders.

What happens at the end of the term?

Following the expiry of the term, the original Loan capital and final interest payments will be returned to the Loan Note holders.

Will CG issue further Loan Notes?

CG may issue similar Loan Notes in the future to create further finance portfolios. Where possible, existing Loan Note holders will have priority to invest in these further Notes.

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