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Welcome to Church House Investments Limited's website. By accessing the website, you agree and acknowledge the following:

This website should not be regarded as an offer or solicitation to conduct designated investment business, as defined by the UK Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, in any jurisdiction other than the United Kingdom and Member States of the European Community. Any material on this website has been prepared for persons in the United Kingdom and is not intended for distribution or use outside the United Kingdom. This material is not directed at you if Church House Investments ("Church House" or "We") is prohibited or restricted by any legislation or regulation in any jurisdiction from making it available to you and in particular is not for distribution in and is not directed at persons in the United States or Canada. You should satisfy yourself before reading it that Church House is permitted to provide material concerning investments to you under relevant legislation and regulations. We accept no responsibility whatever for any failure by a person resident outside the United Kingdom to observe the foregoing.

You understand that while you may be able to access certain reports through this website, the availability of such information does not constitute a recommendation to buy, sell or otherwise trade all or any of the investments mentioned therein. We accept no fiduciary duties to the reader of such material and in communicating such research material is not acting in a fiduciary capacity. Neither Church House nor any of its directors, officers, employees or agents shall have any liability, howsoever arising, for any error or incompleteness of fact or opinion in it or lack of care in its preparation or publication, provided that this shall not exclude liability to the extent that this is impermissible under the law relating to financial services. You are recommended to seek independent advice concerning suitability from your investment advisor. The value of investments and the income arising from them may go down as well as up and you may not recoup your original investment. Past performance is not an indication of future performance. You agree not to hold Church House and/or any of its respective officers, employees, agents or affiliates liable for any investment decisions made by you arising from the use of this website or its content.

No part of the website content may without the prior written permission of Church House be permanently stored, reproduced or copied in any form or by means other than for the user's legitimate, legal and reasonable internal business or personal purposes, provided that the user does not modify the paper or electronic copy and maintains all of the Church House notices (such as all legal notices and disclaimers, copyright notices, trade mark legends, or other proprietary rights).

Distribution, reselling or reproduction of the website content is strictly prohibited. You may not modify, remove, delete, augment, add to, publish, transmit, participate in the transfer or sale of, create derivative works from, or in any way exploit any of the website content, in whole or in part.

We provide this website for your information only and without warranties or other assurances of any kind. We reserve the right to withdraw or amend the website without notice. Other than disclosures relating to Church House, the information on this website is based on current public information that it considers reliable. We endeavour to correct any errors or omissions within our control as soon as we become aware of them, but we do not guarantee that the website will be accurate, error free or uninterrupted and the website should not be relied on as such.  Church House will not be liable for the consequences of any event beyond its reasonable control (including the electronic transmission of data, content, material and information over the internet and the interception or decryption of it by others) or for any damages resulting therefrom.

This notice and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with it shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England. If any provision shall be unlawful, void or for any reason unenforceable then that provision shall be deemed severable and shall not affect the validity and enforceability of the remaining provisions.

Church House operates a Conflicts of Interest Policy which can be viewed here and we are also required to publish our Pillar 3 Disclosure a copy of which is available here.

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How do we use cookies?

We use cookies to enable the Services to function properly, to make your next visit to our website easier and to make the Services more user friendly for you (for example, by remembering your location), and to obtain certain marketing information from you.
For purpose of this Cookies Policy, the term “cookies” includes third party cookies such as pixels, web beacons, clear gifs, and other similar technologies.

Please note that some cookies may be placed by third party service providers who perform some of these functions (or other services) for us. Some of these services may be used to track your behaviour on other websites and we have no control over this.

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How can I manage the use of cookies?

All browser technologies enable you to manage the cookies in the cookie folder of your web browser. This means that you can either delete cookies from your cookie folder once you have finished using the Services or you can set your preferences with regard to the use of cookies before you begin using our Services.

Please note that deleting or rejecting cookies may adversely affect your use of Services. For example, you might not be able to use all of the features the Services offer, you may not be able to store your preferences, and some of our pages might not display properly.
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Last updated: October 2020