The company is incorporated in the Cayman Islands. The effect of advice received by our legal counsel, Ogier, is that the company is not captured by the Cayman Mutual Funds Law. This is because the tokens we issue do not constitute equity interests in the company:

  • For the purposes of the Securities Investment Business Law, the Tokens are not Securities, and/or if the Tokens are Securities, the Issuer would not be considered to be carrying on a Securities Investment Business and therefore would not be required to be licensed or registered in the Cayman Islands under such law

We encourage all users to read the terms and conditions on our website and in our documentation, prior to participating in our funds and purchasing our products. Invictus has been in operation since 2017 and has built up a very loyal and supportive investor base with the primary objective of improving access to investment choices. Most jurisdictions are yet to roll out a regulatory framework to deal directly with digital assets. As such, Invictus Capital, whilst fully compliant with the laws of the Cayman Islands is not currently a regulated or licensed entity. We may provide updates on this in the future.

Please note that investment is not currently available to any citizen, resident or entity of the United States of America, Cayman Islands, Bermuda, Mauritius or South Africa.

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