Instead of owning one £100K Rolex you’ll own 1% of the watch. This is called fractionalising.
The assets are chosen by third party experts who know how to pick and store the best products.
Start your collection of Alternative Assets and eventually trade them all inside of Chip.
You can't really sell a decent single malt until it's at least 12 years old. And typically the longer whisky matures, the more valuable it gets. So as it matures, so could your investments.
Fine wine traditionally attracts investors looking to insulate their money from stock market shocks. We're working with industry experts to bring you curated portfolios of securely warehoused wine.
Art is inherently irreplaceable and rare, attracting big name investors who can afford to buy individual artworks. But now, Chip's opening the opportunities of the art market to everyone.
Own shares in a vintage Jaguar, a classic Ferrari or a rare Lamborghini. Beyond the sex appeal, investing in cars can be a serious diversification strategy.
The HAGI Top index, which measures the value of classic cars, increased 264.49% between December 2008 and December 2021.
Investing in classic cars enables you to build a truly diverse portfolio, and brings you exciting investment opportunities with the possibility of remarkable returns.
In times of market turmoil, investments in fine wine have proven fairly resilient against volatility. In 2021, wine outperformed gold as an investment commodity, with a gain of 19.1%.
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A decent single malt isn’t saleable until it’s at least 12 years old. And usually, the longer whiskey matures, the more valuable it gets. As it matures, so could your investment.
Fine art was once the preserve of high-net-worth individuals. However, the tables have turned. Sales in the art market swelled by 29% between 2020 and 2021, and the UK market alone has grown 14%.
What we do:
Our experts curate the rare, valuable, & exciting assets from around the globe.
We split the asset into legally backed shares through third party specialists.
Buy shares in the asset starting from just a few pounds.
What you do:
Alternative Assets are growing. So you can potentially sit back and watch your new (fraction of a) Rolex grow in value.
Buy & Sell your shares on our secondary market to other Chip customers (coming soon)
See your portfolio of Alternative Assets in the app and be able to curate the perfect list.
For the first version of Alternative Assets users will be able to invest into the assets. Trading and collections are coming soon.
Assets like cars, art, whisky and wine have outperformed the markets in recent years. So we're launching a new platform that enables Chip users to invest in luxury items.
This service is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. This section of our website has not been approved by an authorised person within the meaning of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000. Reliance on this promotion for the purpose of engaging in any investment activity may expose an individual to a significant risk of losing all of the property or other assets invested.
The Alternative Assets service is not currently available and Chip Financial Limited are gathering expressions of interest only at this stage. Once launched, the service will involve Chip Financial Limited acting as an introducer to third-party companies, for which we may receive a fee. The services envisaged may result in you being sent communications from third-parties relating to high-risk investments, which will not be suitable for all readers of this, or any subsequent communications. If you are in any doubt about what you should do, you are encouraged to seek professional advice from an independent financial adviser used to dealing with unlisted and illiquid assets. Chip Financial Limited does not provide Financial Advice. Should you subsequently choose to invest in any of the investments that you hear about as part of the Alternative Assets service, you will be dealing directly with the third-parties offering the investments and not Chip Financial Limited. Chip Financial Limited is not responsible for your decision to invest. You will be required to make your own assessment of the suitability of any products offered by third-parties to meet your own personal needs and circumstances. You should make sure that you understand all risks involved with any particular product offered before investing. Investment into any products offered by third parties may result in capital loss, including the possibility of complete capital loss.
As part of the service we are providing, Chip Financial Limited will perform some pre-qualification to ensure you are eligible to receive communications of the type envisaged and that you agree to receive these. This may involve an assessment of the appropriateness of an investment in Alternative Assets based upon the information we hold about you. This does not mean that any products subsequently offered to you following an introduction by us to a third party are suitable for you, and our assessment should not be regarded as a personal recommendation to invest. Some of the companies we will introduce you to offer illiquid investments. You should not invest in such schemes if you require access to your investments during the anticipated term. Not all of the investments, about which it is anticipated that you will receive communications, are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. You will be told which investments are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Should any of the investments undertaken as a result of introductions made by Chip Financial Limited fail, you will not be covered by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) for financial loss.