Holy Trinity Monastery Charitable Bond
The Charitable Bond may be a new idea to you. It is essentially a way in which you can invest in the future of the monastery for a fixed period of either five or ten years. At the end of that term, your investment will be returned to you together with a modest rate of interest.
Investing in the Monastery's Charitable BondThe minimum investment in the Holy Trinity Monastery Charitable Bond is £1,000; the maximum £2M. The amount of interest your investment will earn depends on the amount you invest. The applicable rates are:
This means, for example :
• If you invested £1,000 @ 1.19% for a fixed period of 5 years the payment at the end of the term would be £1,061.27 and for 10 years the payment at the end of the term would be £1,126.30.
• If you invested £10,000 @ 1.39% for a fixed period of 5 years the payment at the end of the term would be £10,719.29 and for 10 years the payment at the end of the term would be £11,490.32.
• If you invested £50,000 @ 1.59% for a fixed period of 5 years the payment at the end of the term would be £54,134.43 and for 10 years the payment at the end of the term would be £58,610.73
If you are interested in the Bond, please would you download and read the accompanying documents carefully, especially the paragraphs concerning risk, and, if you have any questions about the suitability of the investment for your purposes, discuss them with a qualified financial advisor.
Applications for bonds, completed in due form, should be sent to Holy Trinity Monastery, St Mary's Presbytery, St Mary's Road, East Hendred, Wantage, Oxfordshire, OX12 8LF. The monastery reserves the right to reject any application.
You can download the Bond Information and Application Form in PDF here.
If you would prefer to receive a copy by post, please complete the enquiry form below.
Please send me information about the Holy Trinity Monastery Charitable Bond and an application form.
This document, which is a financial promotion for the purposes of Section 21 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, is being issued by Holy Trinity Monastery, which accepts responsibility for the information contained herein.
This document has been approved as a financial promotion for UK publication by IF Mackinnon and Company LLP, Ardmair House, 2 Union Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO31 7TP which is authorised by the Financial Services Authority to conduct investment business.