Friday, October 6, 2017

Arizona gold mine for sale







Arizona Gold Mine for Sale• Located in SW Arizona (La Paz County).  It consists of 690 acres of unpatented BLM land

.• It does have a 43-101 report which covers only 20 acres (less than 3% of the total acres for sale)

.• The current owners have taken several samples and opened test pits which have shown a high grade of gold recovery.

• It is fully permitted with a reclamation bond in place.

• The 1st permit will cover the recovery first $100+ Million of gold.

• Asking $8,500,000.  The owners have other financial interests closer to where they live.  Terms available with a significant upfront deposit.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Brazilian company is looking for investor to enter into a partnership agreement to monetize a Brazilian bond











Brazilian company offers an opportunity for investment in LTN, Historical Brazilian Treasure Notes, under
Euroclear registry.  The Brazilian LTNs are well accepted on the financial market duly to the high face value amount that gives the possibility to get credit lines, buy and sell transaction and high investment programs.

The Brazilian company is looking for investors to enter into a partnership agreement to
monetize this Brazilian bond. The right way to get success with Brazilian Historical Bonds is under
registry on Euroclear System, a global electronic platform, used by all banks and financial institutions around the world.

There are initial fees to be paid to open the file to enter into Euroclear System in amount of US$ 450,000. per bond, in bank Suisse or another instructions. The Brazilain company has the LTN bond ready to be listed on Euroclear and offers this opportunity to an investor to be a partner into this transaction; receiving 1,5% of the total amount generated by the LTN transaction (Buy and Sell, Collateral, Investment Programs, etc…)

The actual face value amount of a LTN “Z” Series is US$ ** 14,7 B (2017)** In the monetization * *it is possible to get **25% * of the face value amount (US$ **3,0 B* ) This will be shared between the partners according to a Joint
Venture Agreement.*  To place the LTN in Euroclear registry we will need 3 to 4 weeks and once the bond is registered on Euroclear the finalization of a transaction will take no more than 15 banking days.

Friday, September 22, 2017

Funding opportunities for borrowers




US. based Lender has closed a $1,000,000 working capital loan to a car dealership.  The loan was secured by the dealership located on a 2.9 acre lot.  The rural location of the dealership plus the special use property type presented some difficulties for the borrower in obtaining Financing. However, the lender saw value in the collateral and was able to provide a loan based on such. What loan interest do you have? 

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Project maple leaf small cap trade program 1M-25M












 UNIQUE SMALL CAP TRADING PROGRAM OPPORTUNITY 

 PERMANENT RUNNING SMALL CAP TRADE, DESIGNED FOR THE SMALL INVESTOR TO CAPITALIZE ITS/HIS FUNDS AND INTRODUCE THEM TO THE WORLD OF HIGH YIELD INVESTMENTS.

 FOR CASH AND INSTRUMENTS

 INVESTMENT FULLY SECURED

OVERVIEW: THIS IS A 12-MONTH PROGRAM THAT ALLOWS ADDITIONAL ENTRIES, TO INCLUDE USING PROGRAM EARNINGS.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
THE MINIMUM ENTRY LEVEL FOR THIS TRANSACTION IS EUR/USD 1,000,000. MAXIMUM ENTRY IS EUR/USD 25,000,000.

THE TRANSACTION GROUP CAN MONETIZE HIGH-QUALITY SBLC’S AND BG’S FROM MAJOR BANKS ON A CASE-BY-CASE BASIS TO PROVIDE CASH FOR THE TRANSACTION. THE MINIMUM FACE VALUE FOR A BG OR SBLC IS EUR/USD $1,500,000.

INDIVIDUAL OR CORPORATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED.  

SECURITY OF FUNDS:
FUNDS FOR THIS PROGRAM ARE HELD IN AN ATTORNEY TRUST ACCOUNT IN THE CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE FOR THE DURATION OF THE TRANSACTION. THE ATTORNEY TRUST ACCOUNTS ARE INSURED UNDER STRICT CANADIAN AND THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO ATTORNEY TRUST LAW.

THE FUNDS ARE HELD STRICTLY AS PROOF OF FUNDS FOR THE TRANSACTION AND ARE UNTOUCHED UNTIL RETURNED TO THE CLIENT AT THE END OF THE PROGRAM IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE LAST DISTRIBUTION.

THE LEGAL FIRM PROVIDING THE ATTORNEY TRUST ACCOUNT IS AN INTERNATIONAL LAW FIRM HEADQUARTERED AND FOUNDED BEFORE 1850 IN CANADA WITH 18 OFFICES IN NORTH AMERICA, EUROPE, AND THE FAR EAST. IT IS THE SECOND-LARGEST LAW FIRM IN CANADA AND THE THIRD-LARGEST IN NORTH AMERICA. THE MOU WILL IDENTIFY THE LAW FIRM AND THE PARTNER WHO OVERSEES THE ACCOUNTS AS HE IS A SIGNATORY TO THE MOU.


Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Are you interested in bond purchasing?



Public Debt Holdings of Developed Countries

The financial crisis of 2008 resulted in various OECD governments implementing strategies designed to stimulate their economies. However, in a climate of recession, these plans contributed to both the deterioration of public finances and massive increases in public debt. As a result, these countries require ongoing investment to meet their financing needs and enable adequate servicing of these debts. This article examines public debt holdings, specifically debt securities, in order to determine who is financing the public debt of developed countries, with a particular focus on the United States, the United Kingdom and the countries within the euro area.
Public debt refers to the debt at all levels of government, including the central government, the state government, in the cases of the US and Germany, local government and social security funds. This debt is comprised, for the most part, of medium and long-term bonds but also includes loans from central banks, currency and deposits, short term securities and other loans.

Global crisis and public debt levels

Prior to the 2008 global crisis, these countries were able to service their debts through gains from their domestic financial sectors and global financial markets. The decade immediately preceding the crisis saw non-resident investment in government bond markets of developed countries increase significantly and this demand contributed to the depression of interest rates in the US and the euro area. However, the 2008 crisis led to huge increases in public debt as governments pursued economic programs, including support measures for the banking sectors, which depleted public finances and required the issuing of sovereign bonds.

The UK’s gross public debt increased from 44% in 2007 to 88% of GDP in 2012 and in Japan it rose from 67% to 107% of GDP. The US experienced a rise from 67% to 107% of GDP over the same time period and for the euro area it increased from 66% to 94%, levels which exceed those set out in the Maastricht criteria. All other variables remaining constant, the increased supply of government securities increases long-term yields, except in those instances where there is a proportional increase in demand for debt. Therefore, the question arises as to whether investors are willing to continue to absorb these increases in public debt without compensation by way of an additional risk premium.

Who holds public debt?

Half the public debt within the euro area is financed by non-residents. The situation is similar in both the US and the UK, where non-residents hold 48% and 31% of public debt respectively. In contrast, only 4% of Japan’s public debt is held by non-residents, with the majority being serviced by banks, in conjunction with the Japan Post Group and other financial institutions. These differences in non-resident holdings of public debt can be attributed to factors including high domestic savings rates or large pensions funds, which both act to boost residents’ holdings.

With the US and the euro area countries experiencing the highest rates of non-resident debt holdings, it is possible to identify two main trends that may explain how the public debt of developed countries has become internationalised. Firstly, in the period preceding the 2008 crisis, financial markets became increasingly integrated, which facilitated the international diversification of portfolios. This was especially evident in the euro area with the adoption of the single currency. Secondly, the persistence of current account imbalances throughout the global economy prior to the crisis resulted in greater accumulation of reserve currencies by foreign banks, mainly in the form of government securities.
Euro area and non-resident holdings

A closer examination of the euro area shows us that, prior to the euro, domestic investors purchased national government bonds in their local currency due to the lack of currency risk and the fact that liabilities were denominated in that same currency. However, the advent of the euro saw bond investors diversify and cross-border holdings increase within the euro area. Initially, non-resident holders of public debt within the euro area consisted of investors residing in other euro area countries. However, the 2008 financial crisis changed the make-up of non-resident holdings, with investors from core euro area countries seeking to limit their exposure to the crises experienced by peripheral countries, including Greece, Ireland and Spain. The rate of holdings by non-residents within the euro area dropped from over 30% in 2006 to 22% by 2011, whilst non-resident holdings from outside the euro area increased from less than 20% to 29% during this time.

The debt crisis in the peripheral countries of the euro area seemingly highlights the instability of non-resident investment as a source of funding for public debt. However, this instability was mostly evident in cross-border holdings, whilst outside non-resident holdings continued to increase, suggesting some degree of resilience within the euro area.

The US and foreign central banks

With the dollar serving as the de facto global currency, non-resident holdings of US public debt have increased as emerging countries grow their reserve currency stockpiles through purchases of US Treasury bills. China and Japan are the two largest holders of US public debt, with their holdings increasing three-fold and doubling respectively since 2007. With the Renminbi pegged to the US dollar, China continues to hold large reserves of US currency in the form of US Treasurys. However, the holdings of other Asian and Middle Eastern countries have also increased significantly. In addition, at end-2011, non-resident banks held approximately 10% of US public debt, more than double that of 2007 levels, and in contrast to the 3% held by US domestic banks.

Therefore, it is the sustainability of the dollar as the global reserve currency that is particularly pertinent to the future of US public debt. Downward pressures from non-residents diversifying their portfolios or halting purchases of treasurys could seriously destabilise the US financial and fiscal balances.

The UK and the domestic financial sector

The domestic financial sector holds 45% of gilt-edged securities in the UK, comprised of 25% insurance companies and pension funds, 10% banks and 10% other financial intermediaries. Domestic demand for public debt is driven, in part, by the presence of large UK pension funds who have increased their position on long-term bonds in light of low interest rates and the poor performance of equities. Also, gilts are preferred by insurance companies as backing for their commitments. Liquidity rules imposed on the UK banking sector has also seen them increase their gilt holdings. However, the Bank of England’s program of quantitative easing has resulted in a decrease, since 2009, in the share of public debt held by domestic financial institutions.

Global crisis and public debt demand

In summation, the global crisis has resulted in three main changes around the financing of public debt. Firstly, there has been a renationalisation of public debt holdings, particularly in relation to the countries within the euro area. Investors have retreated to domestic markets, wary of solvency issues in the peripheral countries of the euro area and concerned over the convertibility risk should there be any departures from the currency union.

Secondly, the European debt crisis, in particular, has propelled non-resident investors towards lower-risk investments, with government debt viewed as the safest of these. In particular, non-resident investors have increasingly opted for the relative safety of the public debt markets of the US, Germany and the UK.

Finally, the role of the central banks in financing public debt has significantly increased, with the UK and the US utilising large-scale quantitative easing plans to buy up huge quantities of public debt.

Friday, August 18, 2017

SWIFT MT103 ONE WAY, Deutsche Bank







Page 2 of the DOA: "Within Seven (7) banking days or less after the Funding Bank's authentication of the SWIFT MT103 ONE WAY, The Funder shall provide or cause to be provided a payment equal to TWENTY Per Cent (20%) of Face Value ...". This is the COST.
To receive a first MT103, it will take around 1 week after execution of the DOA. 
Can do transaction 1 Billion EURO roll and extension. This MT103 can be used for backing a credit line in receiving bank

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Get Up to $100K in unsecured funding even with Already maxed credit







US. Business owners


Do you have good credit, except for high balances on your existing personal credit cards?
Every day we are searching for ways to get you the funding you need. Recently we started working with a lender who is willing to give you a business loan to temporarily pay down the balances on your personal credit cards. Once that is done we are able to place you with new, and often better, forms of funding.
With our broad experience across business lending and real estate investing, we can structure deals others would avoid. Where some see problems, we see opportunities. Just like you do.


  • No collateral needed
  • No financials needed
  • Builds the "Business" credit profile 
  • Credit appears under the business and not the person
  • Revolving credit - not loans
  • Most accounts have a 0% promotional rate for 6,9, or 12 months
  • Time line is 1-3 weeks
  • Personal credit is an option for maximum results
  • Long-term consulting