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This notice is issued by the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority (“the Authority”) in accordance with the powers conferred upon it under Section 30 of the Financial Services Act 2008.

Project Capital Holdings

The Authority has become aware of a website purporting to represent the business Project Capital Holdings and claiming to have an Isle of Man presence namely an office at Tower House, Castle Street, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 2EZ. The website purports to offer a wide range of financial and investment products.

The Authority wishes to draw attention to the following observations:

The Authority has failed to establish any association between the website, and any genuine Isle of Man companies or businesses.

Those operating the potentially fraudulent website have no authority to claim that they operate in or from the address, Tower House, Castle Street, Douglas, Isle of Man  and as far as we can ascertain they are not known to anyone genuinely associated to that address

There is no company incorporated in the Isle of Man under the name of Project Capital Holdings.  It is not registered in the Isle of Man as a company incorporated elsewhere having established a place of business in the Isle of Man.  Project Capital Holdings is not registered as a business name in the Isle of Man

A search of all genuine companies incorporated, and business names registered in the Isle of Man can be conducted at

To offer the financial services listed on the website in or from the Isle of Man would require a licence issued by the Authority.  There is no licence holder in the Isle of Man named Project Capital Holdings and linked to the aforementioned website.  A search of all entities licensed by the Authority can be found at:

Under the circumstances, the Authority is concerned that any person who has accessed the website may potentially become the victim of fraud or it may be an attempt at gaining personal data from the browser in order to steal their identity.

General advice on how to avoid becoming a victim to identity theft and advanced fee frauds can be found on the Action Fraud website at and respectively.

Any persons who are already involved in any dealings with the potentially fraudulent website should consider notifying their local Police, bringing to their attention the contents of this notice.

Anyone with general concerns concerning any individual or company holding themselves out as conducting a regulated activity in or from the Isle of Man without the requisite licence should contact the Enforcement Division at the Authority on +44 1624 689311 or by e-mail to [email protected] for advice.

This news item was originally published by the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority (IOMFSA IM). For more information, see the Source Link.

Regulator Information

Abbreviation: IOMFSA
Jurisdiction: Isle of Man

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