Ethics and transparency have always been at the centre of what we do here at Affinity Capital – and it appears our approach is catching on in the investment world. Many might say investors are hardly known for putting ethics first, but recent research from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) suggests change is on the horizon. The Big […]
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Best execution is a promise that many organisations make, but not all are able to keep. However, Affinity’s honest, independent approach helps us deliver.
There are a number of reasons why some investors avoid structured investments, but could they be missing out on opportunities to advance their portfolios?