Please be very careful if a company by the name of Graham Walker approaches you with an investment opportunity.
One of their current investment opportunities is to sell you shares of BP at a discount to the market price.
Dear Mr xxx,
It was a pleasure speaking with you today. In the fast moving world there are hundreds of financial opportunities each and every day. We know that you probably have a busy life and you don’t have the time to look at all these opportunities. That’s why we are here.
For now I would like to take this opportunity to present our company to you. Graham Walker’s mission is to consistently exceed the expectations of our clients by enhancing the quality of their lives through the provision of the highest quality of financial services available. We make an unwavering commitment to all our clients both individual and corporate that is built on rock solid foundations like trust, integrity and honesty.
We are focused and vigilant in developing new services and the means with which to deliver them. We aim to anticipate the needs of our clients and we achieve this by putting ourselves in their shoes. Empathy enables us to develop real-world benefits and solutions.
To our corporate clientele we endeavor to provide the caliber of knowledgeable expertise garnered from dozens of high-profile assignments with innovative and avant-garde businesses which helps them streamline operations, improve productivity and to prepare for acquisitions or mergers that will take their businesses to the next stage of development. Whether you are an individual looking to secure your financial wellbeing into the future or a small-medium-sized business enterprise with corporate finance requirements, our advice will always be dispensed in the context of the ever-changing circumstances of your personal or corporate situation.
Graham Walker offers private investors a portfolio of investment opportunities that ranges from seed-stage companies, who require venture capital funding, to well-established financially sound market leaders, where the stock of a company has demonstrated its ability to pay dividends in both good and bad times.