Anglo-Suisse Capital Limited is authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority.

Registered office: 168 Fulham Road, London SW10 9PR.

Registered in England as a limited liability company number 3833541.



This internet website is provided for information only and is not in any circumstances intended to constitute advice as to any person who views this website or any other person buying, selling or subscribing for any investment or engaging in any other transaction. Nothing on this website constitutes an invitation or inducement to any person to engage in investment actively (as defined in section 21(8) of the UK Financial Services and Markets Act 2000) with Anglo-Suisse Capital Limited or any other person.

This website is offered to professionals for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer to sell or to buy any securities nor advice on the buying or selling of securities. Before making any investment, potential investors should carefully read the relevant offering memorandum or prospectus which contains the appropriate information needed to evaluate the investment and provides important disclosures regarding risks, fees and expenses. Any offer or solicitation will be made only through relevant offering memorandum or prospectus and subscription agreement and is qualified in its entirety to the terms and conditions contained in such documents.


Privacy and security

In order to maintain the security of its systems, to protect its staff and to detect fraud and other crimes, Anglo-Suisse Capital Limited reserves the right to monitor all internet communications, including web and e-mail traffic, into and out of its domains. Monitoring includes checks for but not limited to viruses and other malignant code, criminal activity and use or content which is unauthorised.



The contact for service for EU GDPR in the EU is Charles Hancock, 223 Boulevard de a Source, Biot 06410 France This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Conflicts of interest and material interest

Anglo-Suisse Capital Limited is required to manage conflicts of interest fairly. When the firm has or may have a conflict of interest between itself and a client or between one client and another client the firm pays due regard to the interests of each client and manages conflicts of interest fairly.

Anglo-Suisse Capital Limited takes reasonable steps to ensure fair treatment of its clients and discloses the interest to its clients either orally or in writing before it provides advice and is able to demonstrate that the client does not object. When it is not practical for the firm to act as above, it may take steps to ensure fair treatment for its clients by relying on a policy of independence as below.

Anglo-Suisse Capital Limited cannot claim that it gives independent advice if it is likely to have any relationship which may influence it or any of its employees. However, it may be able to do so under the UK Financial Conduct Authority rules if either the relationship is disclosed to the client or if there is a written independence policy governing employees' behaviour. The firm’s policy on independence is set out below.


Independence policy

Anglo-Suisse Capital Limited holds itself out to clients as providing an independent and impartial service. All employees maintain this independence and disregard any other interest they, Anglo-Suisse Capital Limited or other clients may have when providing advice or in any way communicating with or acting for a client.

Employees disregard any arrangement or interest which is likely to influence in a manner material to the client the advice which the employee gives or the decisions taken. This is observed at all times and all advice and decisions are given without regard to other interests. If any employee believes his independence is compromised, he does not continue in his duties until the situation has been discussed with the Compliance Officer.

In a particular case, Anglo-Suisse Capital Limited may be required to consider taking other steps, such as specific disclosure. An employee should consult with the Compliance Officer if that employee considers a conflict of interest or a material interest is involved.