The Mauritian stock exchange in 2013 described the Aigo funds as a protected cell company with limited liability and invested in natural resources. The reality for UK based investors is the scheme is overseas, has limited liability if things go wrong and is an un-regulated investment as far as the Financial Conduct Authority (“FCA”) is concerned.
The FCA intervened in two IFA firms earlier in 2018 where advice was specifically based around these two investments. The Aigo schemes are seen as illiquid and unsuitable. Any investors are advised to get in touch, so our experts can provide advice on the recovery of what will be a significant loss of fund value.