Royal Fidelity send strong message to CLICO investors in Barbados, we’re safe and so is the Securities Exchange!

Tyger! Tyger! burning bright
In the forest of the night
What immortal hand or eye
Could frame thy fearful symmetry?

In what distant deeps or skies
Burnt the fire of thine eyes?
On what wings dare he aspire?
What the hand dare seize the fire?

Many Bajans got burned and still await some form of succour when ManuLife was not so lively as a reinsurance vehicle, a worse tragedy was the Trade Confirmers situation where folk still try to understand even if they cannot pick up all the pieces as there were too many missing… Just when you felt it was good to go once more? Then CLICO appears to be like a proverbial house of cards!

In the forefront of this angle is the Advocate's Jewel Brathwaite in a rare instance of donning a tie as opposed to his regular Nehru collared shirts.

This time around a Canadian financial institute using segregated funds, which means even if the parent organisation decides to depart, the emoluments which were set aside for this vehicle remain unscathed specifically to look after the interests of customers first before all else – Taking advantage of fluctuations in both the global energy commodities as well as in the agricultural sectors worldwide, RBC subsidiary Royal Fidelity has sought to provide Barbadians with a safer alternative to let their money work for them rather than stick it under a mattress and trust no one!

Royal Fidelity's Managing Director of Barbados was very adept in handling queries that afternoon

Managing Director Charles Chambers addressed the media at the Barbados Securities exchange in a special conference revealing the opening of TIGRS-A3 which is an offering made via the BSE until July 1st, where the minimum investment is $5,000.00 and a 110% investment is guaranteed participants.

Mr Chambers made sure to let journalists understand despite the fact BSE went through a recent hardship of certain organisations de-listing, nevertheless Royal Fidelity sees the need for Barbados to have and, more importantly, use the Securities Exchange {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

Barbados needs the Securities exchange now more than ever, since this is the best possible way for companies to raise capital outside regular channels, according to the financier-cum-polo enthusiast.

The Royal Fidelity executive explains why the emphasis for investment focussed on Agriculture and how the 110% aspect of TIGRS-A3 advantages the long-term investor {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

Sixty per cent of the A3 will engage the food sector while the balance uses fuel as its basis to raise capital, the least ROI is 2% per year, so if you put $100 now, then in 2016 the least you will accrue is $110

Mr Chambers maintained that Food & Energy were the most assured avenues for ROI/Return On Investment, rather than look at tired fiscal concepts such as Coffee or Manufacturing

Chambers, when confronted about the viability of their plan as opposed to similar ventures which went awry in the past, went to great pains to demonstrate why TIGRS-A3 offers more than the average striped creature {CLICK ON FOLLOWING LINK FOR FULL AUDIO};-

RBC jumped from #55 to 5th in banks across the planet, not because of Growth but due to its stability – with $700 billion in assets behind it, then it can provide Royal Fidelity the requisite support needed to attract Barbadian investors.

TIGRS is an acronym for Total Index-linked Global Returns Securities.

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