PLATFORM TRADING OPPORTUNITIES BANK SECURED PRINCIPAL - BANK GUARANTEED RETURNS
Look For These Key Features:
NO Upfront Fees To Platform Contract With a"Tier 1" Trade Group Bank ResponsiblePrincipal Guarantee Bank Guaranteed Returns Clients Need Not Move Their Funds Weekly Payouts Program Re-entries Permitted
Capital Entry Requirements:
Minimum $100 Million USD (or Euro Equivalent) Bank Instruments Cash Funds Gold Bullion Securities Corporate Bonds
Note: Look for a trading platform that offers clients a Bank-Responsible Principal Guarantee securing the clients' capital against risk of loss. For clients concerned about the safety of their principal and do not want to settle for the interest received from the bank's CD. IT JUST DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN A LEGIT PPP
In Addition, Look For And Be Aware Of The Following:
1)The Trade Group should be keen to accept "quality" transactions only. Major, international banks. 2) Genuine Cash Funds and Bank Instruments Are Preferred. 3) Bank instruments can not be leased for trade. 4)Banks in the United States must utilize MT700. 5) Strong preference is for English-speaking clients. 6)Interest BearingHeritage fund accounts can be traded. 7) Sberbank, Moscow is okay. Otherwise, no Russian/Eastern European Banks. 8) They should consider, on a case-by-case-basis, lower-ranked banks that can confirm via a major, international bank. 9)Clean, straightforward transactions only. No "engineered" transactions. No "sleight-of-hand" moves. 10) 30 Day Bullet and 40 Week Long Term Programs should be avaliable. _______________________________________________________________________________________
ALTERNATIVE TRADING PLATFORM POSSIBILITIES TO LOOK FOR
1. CURRENCY (Minimum $10 Million U.S.D or Euro Equivalent) 2. HERITAGE FUNDS 3. INSTRUMENTS: a. LINE OF CREDIT b. BANK DRAFT c. BANK GUARANTEE d.CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT e. TREASURY BILL f. PROMISSORY NOTE g. BANK DEBENTURE h. COLLATERALIZE MORTGAGE OBLIGATIONS i. INSURANCE RAP j. BANK ISSUED SKR 4. LIFE INSURANCE SETTLEMENTS 5. No LEASED INSTRUMENTS 6. CORP & GOVT’T BONDS 7. PRECIOUS METALS, GOLD, SILVER 8. PRECIOUS STONES: DIAMONDS, SAPPHIRES RUBIES 9. IN GROUND ASSETS: a. MINERALS b. COAL c. NATURAL GAS d. PETROLEUM e. CARBON CREDITS 10. ADDITIONAL HARD ASSETS: 11. ART 12. COIN COLLECTIONS ________________________________________________________________________________
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. What is the historical Program yield?
Historically, Program yields have ranged between 100%-300% per month net/net to the client payable, weekly. Note:Yield figures are provided for illustration purposes only. The actual Program returns should be confirmed, via contract, to the client by the trade group. BROKERS CAN NOT QUOTE CURRENT YIELDS.
2. Can other kinds of assets be traded? Most any asset can be monetized and placed into trade with bank issued SKR (Safe Keeping Receipt) Not all assets; Not all Trade Groups
3. Would a Trader be available to answer questions, accept telephone calls and attend meetings?
Traders recognize that clients are bound to have additional questions; that's only natural. Pretty much everything the client needs to know, though, is contained in the informational material provided. Therefore, clients need to hold off further inquiries until such time clients' formal application package has passed compliance. That way, they know that they have a motivated and committed client and a genuine transaction under submission. They would then, of course, be pleased to spend whatever time is required to ensure that the client's questions are fully and properly answered.
4. How quickly can the transaction be processed?
Trade Groups can move promptly subject, of course, to scheduling and workload considerations and depending on the nature of the transaction - and provided, of course, that they have the client's full cooperation and assistance. Keep in mind, though, that this is not a footrace, or an assembly-line process.
5. Do Traders accept a bank line-of-credit?
On a Case-by-Case basis.
6. Can Traders work with joint/multiple-signature accounts?
Their strong preference is to work with clients with single-signature accounts only, where the asset owner is the sole account signatory. The reason is the presence of joint (or multiple) signors can complicate the transaction: it oftentimes signals pooled funds or "inappropriate" third-party encroachment on the client's account, and it can be a serious impediment to getting the client approved by the trading platform. Corporate clients should ensure that the account signatory is the effective "decision-maker" of the company, typically the CEO or President.
7. Can clients enter the Program with currencies other than USD or Euros?
They have a certain amount of flexibility to work with other major world currencies. For example, they can normally accept British Pound Sterling, Swiss Francs, and Canadian Dollars as well. Other currencies may be acceptable, provided the client's bank is willing to "dollarize" the SWIFT MT 760; in other words, the client's bank is willing to issue internal "blocking" or SWIFT MT 760 in US Dollars or Euros.
8. Can the client's Program earnings be sent to a different bank?
The client's Program earnings can be sent to any bank the client chooses. However, for legal reasons, the trading platform may not divert the client's proceeds to any thirdparty bank account. In other words, the client's Program earnings must be remitted to the client's account only. After that, of course, the client is free to do with his Program earnings as he pleases.
9. Can a Trade Group assist to persuade clients of the existence of these private, high-yield financial opportunities?
No. They are only interested in working with sophisticated, high net-worth clients who are familiar with, and knowledgeable about, these specialized kinds of private placement opportunities and who are merely looking for genuine access.
10. Can we conduct due diligence on a Trade Group?
Certainly. That said, full disclosure and transparency work in reverse in this business. The client needs to prove his financial capability and personal suitability first, then information about the trading platform and trading operation will be made available. Not the other way around.
Of course, it is worth noting that throughout the whole process the client remains firmly in control of his capital:
The client should never be under any obligation to proceed with a private placement; he is always free to pursue the transaction or to decline the platform trading opportunity altogether - whatever he wants to do.