“Prospective investors are advised that [name of charity], in making this offer of debt securities, is not subject to the normal offer document and independent supervisor requirements under the Securities Act 1978. This is because a general exemption from those requirements has been granted to all charities.
“Accordingly, the information required to be disclosed in respect of this offer is less than the information that would normally be disclosed in a registered prospectus and an investment statement.
“Also, there is no independent supervision of your money, and the normal mechanism for redress if you encounter difficulties in securing repayment of your money is not available.
“The Financial Markets Authority has not examined or approved this particular offer.
“The general exemption was granted on the basis that prospective investors in charities are not necessarily seeking a commercial investment opportunity, but instead wish to support the charitable purpose of the charity. The particular charitable purpose of [name of the charity] is discussed in this document.
“If the investment risk or return, or if repayment of your investment, is important to you, you should consider seeking financial advice before subscribing to this offer.”; and