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Introducers & Financial Advisors Wanted

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Are you able to put together your own roster of Investors?

Are you an accountant, solicitor or Independent Financial Advisor? Are you a connected and successful business person amongst a community of other successful people? Do you have clients that are looking to invest in capital protected investment products and products generating double-digit ROI annually? Clients seeking exciting investment opportunities? Our wealth and asset management firm is on the lookout for both private and institutional professionals who can introduce their clients to these types of investment opportunities. These opportunities are the investment strategies of our licensed and regulated AIF in Liechtenstein which have generated almost 20% NAV in the last quarter. We pay top rate ongoing commission for the whole duration of your client involvement with our Fund

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