Triple Point Income Service
The Triple Point Income Service aims to provide investors with attractive fixed-rate returns which are uncorrelated to traditional equity and bond markets.
Investments are used to provide loan, lease and other asset finance to a large and diverse range of UK businesses that have been vetted by Triple Point.
You can choose the term – 1, 2 or 3 years – and whether to receive monthly interest or a single payment at maturity.
- 0.5% bonus for Wealth Club investors
- Choose monthly interest or single payment at maturity
- Invest as an individual or as a company
- Available within an ISA for tax-free interest. Make a new subscription or transfer existing ISAs
- Diversified portfolio of 50,000+ SME leases and loans
- Secured against the lender’s assets – not individual loans
- Attractive fee structure that aligns the interests of Triple Point with those of investors
- Experienced manager with a strong track record
- Minimum investment £1,000
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Terms and rates
|Term||Monthly gross income||Maturity gross income|
|1 year||5.25% APR||5.38% AER|
|2 years||5.75% APR||5.90% AER|
|3 years||6.25% APR||6.43% AER|
This is an investment: interest rates are not guaranteed, nor is your capital. AER is the Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded once each year. APR is the Annual Percentage Rate and assumes no re-investment of monthly interest. Interest is paid gross if held in an ISA. Otherwise, 20% withholding tax will apply. Rates are inclusive of the 0.5% bonus for Wealth Club investors.
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Triple Point is a leader in the private debt market and currently manages over £350 million of assets in direct lending and leasing. It has provided funding to over 100,000 UK businesses so far.
The bonds are issued by Triple Point Advancr Leasing plc, which specialises in SME leasing and lending and currently has a book of 50,000 SME leases and loans.
When you invest, your bond is exposed to the whole pool of loans.
In addition to borrower diversification, there are three types of potential underlying assets, which adds further diversification.
1. Leasing – For instance, Triple Point has partnered with a leading provider that sells financed credit card terminals to more than 50,000 SME clients, which undertake to make periodic payments in return for the use of the terminals.
2. Short-term finance – For instance, Triple Point provides working capital loans to 20,000 SMEs, usually as a supplement or replacement for an overdraft facility or traditional bank finance. It also provides receivables finance, effectively lending SMEs the money tied up in invoices yet to be paid.
3. Secured lending – For instance, Triple Point provides bridging loans to property developers, with a strong security over the property and a prudent loan-to-value ratio. It also provides loans with debentures to SMEs, to help fund growth, expansion, acquisitions and transactions, such as management buy-outs and buy-ins. Lastly, secured lending is provided for infrastructure and industrial projects, using the cash flows generated by the project to fulfil the debt obligation.
Portfolio overview by underlying asset
Option to receive the income tax free in an ISA
Interest earned from Income Service bonds is normally initially subject to 20% withholding tax deducted at source. However, no tax is withheld – or due – if you hold the bond in an ISA. This is possible by either by subscribing to the Income Service IFISA (up to £20,000 this tax year) or by transferring existing ISAs into it.
Tax benefits depend on circumstances and tax rules can change.
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Risks – important
This, like all investments available through Wealth Club, is only for experienced investors happy to make their own investment decisions without advice.
These unlisted bonds are investments, not savings. Your capital is tied up for a fixed term. The bond investments made by Triple Point are not covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme.
The bonds are not readily realisable. They tend to be illiquid and hard to sell. They should only form part of a balanced portfolio and you should not invest money you cannot afford to lose. Before you invest, please carefully read the Risks and Commitments and the offer documents to ensure you fully understand the risks.
Although the rate of interest is fixed at the outset of the loan, should the company run into difficulties it may not be able to make interest payments at the rate set or at all. It could be unable to repay your capital.
Tax rules can change and benefits depend on circumstances.
Fees & charges
Triple Point is remunerated from being the equity shareholder in the bond issuer, Triple Point Advancr Leasing plc. Bondholders get paid first, then the profits within the company, after tax, provide Triple Point’s effective fee for the service. This means that, unless defaults are kept to a minimum, Triple Point doesn’t get paid, but it will benefit if the bond issuer does well, which may provide comfort to investors. Please see the provider's documents for more information on charges and fees.
|Full initial charge||0%|
|Bond transfer fee||1%|
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More detail on the charges
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- Secured bond
- Target raise
- £5 million
- Rate of interest
- Up to 6.43% AER
- 1, 2 or 3 years
- Income payments
- Monthly or at maturity
- ISA available?
- Minimum investment