Frequently Asked Questions

Does Union Finance Investment have an official registration?

Yes, we are legally registered in the UK. You can view and download our certificate on the website.

What services does Union Finance Investment provide?

We are engaged in trust management and investment of capital.

Does the Union Finance Investment team already have investment experience?

Yes, we have formed an investment portfolio that brings a stable income.

What are the advantages of Union Finance Investment?

We aim for a long-term relationship with each client. Our goal is to become the leader of the investment market.

Who can become an investor of Union Finance Investment?

Anyone regardless of his knowledge and skills can make a deposit. A team of experienced traders manages common capital, making the most profitable investments.

What should I do to make a profit?

Register, open an account, select a plan and make a deposit.

How can I make a deposit?

When making a deposit, you transfer the capital to us in trust management. We invest your contribution, and you will receive interest according to plan. In addition, you can take part in the affiliate program and receive 7% from the deposit of each new depositor that you have invited.

How much can I invest? And what are the withdrawals limits?

The minimum Deposit is $500, the maximum Deposit is $30,000,000. The minimum Withdrawal USD amount is $50. All cryptocurrency transactions are processed after working days.

Do you charge any hidden fees from withdrawals?

No, we don't charge any hidden fees.

When can I get the first income?

It depends on the plan. You will receive the first interest after 1 Week from the time the deposit is activated.

Can I withdraw my deposit after the plan expires?

Yes, you can withdraw the deposit in full.

Do you take a commission to withdraw interest?

No, we do not. But you pay a commission according to the rules of the chosen payment system. We do not establish any hidden fees.

How do we determine your investment Objectives?

Your investments are the means to accomplishing your goals; they are not ends in themselves. Our planning work helps us to understand both your present and future financial needs. We then determine how your investment assets will need to perform to achieve your goals. We also believe you should know the amount of risk that is necessary to accomplish them. With this in mind, you will be in the best position to make informed decisions about the trade-offs between short-term volatility and your long-term financial security and well-being that are most appropriate and best suit your temperament.

How do we design your investment portfolio?

Once we have established the objective(s) of your portfolio(s), we determine the combination (or allocation) of investment categories (or asset classes) that seems most likely to achieve the objective(s) of your portfolio(s). We also attempt to minimize the amount of volatility you will experience along the way. This allocation is governed by your objectives; it is also influenced by your personal income tax situation and our analysis of current economic conditions, market valuation levels and specific areas of financial markets that appear particularly attractive, either because of the opportunities they present or their undervalued price levels.

How do we select investments given your portfolio's objectives and allocation?

Investment expenses matter a lot. Any amount saved means that much more for you. Fortunately, they can be kept quite low. This is our preference except for those cases where a more-costly ‘active manager’ or stock-picker has demonstrated that their ‘skill’ is more than worth paying for compared to a relevant benchmark. Even then, expenses can be reduced through our use of lower-cost institutional-class holdings. Income taxes matter as well. After all, it’s not just what you make; it’s what you get to keep. Where a specific asset is located in your overall portfolio affects can impact your tax bill in surprising ways, both this year and over the longer-term. Each individual investment plays a specific role in your overall portfolio and is located in a certain account of yours for a specific reason. We use a disciplined approach to evaluate, select and monitor each investment asset. When evaluating an ‘active’ fund manager, we consider their tenure, consistent application of their investment philosophy, shorter and longer term returns as well as volatility relative to appropriate benchmarks

How do we manage your portfolio with discipline and an eye to the future

Countless studies demonstrate that human behavior is often detrimental to the investment results you need to achieve your goals. In fact, two psychologists shared a Nobel Prize in Economics for their work in this area. Other research presents compelling evidence that paying attention to market valuation levels can make a material difference in your portfolio’s performance whether measured by long-term return, short-term volatility or the amount you can withdraw sustainably. Our investment process helps us to guard against these pitfalls and to take advantage of such evidence-based research. It guides us as we evaluate your portfolio’s overall allocation and its specific holdings to determine any changes that should be made. These changes are influenced by the conditions at hand as well as the emergence of trends that are likely to impact the future. When we believe change is warranted, we communicate this and the thinking behind it to you clearly and succinctly. For our clients who have given us discretion to do so in accordance with their Investment Policy Statement, we promptly make the necessary trades.

How many accounts can I create?

Only one. If you try to create a second account, your profile will be disabled.

How can I create my own account?

Click the registration link and enter all the data. Be sure to review the terms of cooperation and confirm this at registration. After that you will have access to your personal account.

What if I forgot my password?

Click the "Forgot Password" link and enter your email address. Then follow the instructions.