Managed Buy/Sell Trading Programs

The Mechanics of The Process Please Maintain The Confidentiality Of This Information!
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  • The nature of what you will read is dangerous in the wrong hands, and can create International banking and economic havoc should non-qualified people see this information and re-distribute to the general public.
  • Thank You for honoring this request for confidentiality and complete discreetness. These Programs are "by-invitation only" and are solely for the elite, Ultra High Net Worth individual.
Executive Summary
  • Background of the Managed Buy/Sell Programs
  • Mostly Western European, Asian, Canada use this to generate cash.
  • US Traders and Banks do not or wish not to understand the process, so they discredit them.
  • These very specialized, discreetly operated Trade Programs were created to raise cash for Infrastructure Projects
  • Started in 1947 at Bretton Woods Post-World War II.
  • The system starts with a Trader and a Client (the Money) partnering under a contract. This allows the Trader to "show" the Client's money so he legally can buy newly issued bank paper.

Note: Illustrations Of Prices And Spreads Are For The Purpose Of Understanding The Concept. Each Trade Is Different, As Is Each Trade Program. Why this system works

The driver of this system at the end of the buy/sell cycle is the last buyer:
  • The final purchaser of these bank papers are generally Pension Funds, which need a return of at least 7.5% annually to remain solvent.
  • They have an insatiable appetite.
  • They can only put marketable instruments in their portfolios. Marketability is demonstrated by the history shown of increasing market value as the instrument moves from New Issue into "Seasoned" status.
  • By having these instruments bought and sold at progressively higher prices, it demonstrates there is a market for the instrument.
  • When the Pension Funds buy marketable paper for 90% of the Face Value, then cash it in one year later for 100%, they have made a 10% profit.
What is The Risk Of Losing The Money?
  • Very simply, the client's money is never touched, because the only way the Trader will buy new paper is if he has a second buyer ready to take it from him immediately at 20-30% higher price.
  • To Illustrate the First Round, suppose the Trader buys new-issue paper at 40% of the Face Value (FV).
  • He immediately resells it to the secondary buyer for 70% FV, making a 30 point spread using the money from the secondary buyer. Once the trade settles, the profits are shared with the client.

Why Don't The Pension Funds Buy Directly?
  • They are regulated about the kind of investments they can make. They cannot buy an instrument without demonstrated marketability, they are restricted from buying "Wholesale".
  • Because they cannot legally "show" and block the Pension Plan's funds.
  • Without showing and blocking, they cannot take advantage of the spreads between new-issue and seasoned as it moves from new-issue to seasoned with a history buyer.
Isn't This Illegal Arbitrage?
  • No. Because the Trader could show he had cash to pay for the paper before he bought it, he did not act illegally.
  • By "Showing" the client /partner's money in the account prior to the trade, he has avoided this possibility.
  • This is why a client's money is needed to show, though never actually used to consummate the trade.
  • Since he sold the paper immediately and made a 30% profit, he shares that with the client.
Who Is The Trader?
  • A highly regulated licensed individual who continuously buys, then sells at a profit, bank paper.
  • Every trader is under various governmental regulatory rules that must be followed. These are very specific about what he can or cannot do.
  • He is monitored continuously for his activities to make sure he is in compliance at all times.
If The Bank Sells Paper at 40%, How Does It Pay Face Value When It Matures?
  • The trader is buying newly issued paper straight from the commitment holder, who is the one person authorized to allow paper to be purchased from the banks.
  • The bank uses that 40% cash to trade as well.
  • A one year maturity gives the bank enough time to earn profits on their own trading– somewhere in the neighborhood of 2,000%!
  • When it comes time to pay the face value, they have made more than enough profit to pay the beneficiary of the instrument .
What Is Needed To Start.?
  • International Rules of non-solicitation dictate that the prospective client must always make the first move.
  • A Client Information Sheet (CIS)
  • A copy of the client's Passport
  • A recent Bank Tear Sheet, signed by two bank officers, showing the balance in the account.

The ONLY person who may be involved as the Client is the person who has the bank account. No Mandates, Powers of Attorney, Assigned Principal Signatories. The rules require that the person who owns the money and can sign the bank account be the Client.

Acceptable Assets
  • CASH in the bank, with the account owner's signatory.
  • GOLD Bullion in an acceptable bank, with the 5-page SKR and the account signatory.
  • Bank Instruments: Bank Guarantees, Medium Term Notes, Standby Letters of Credit.
  • NO Mexican, Peruvian, Venezuelan Bonds, Brazilian LTN.

Non-Cash Monetization

  • The beneficial owner of an acceptable instrument receives a line-of-credit from the Bank where the instrument is lodged or issued. (Depends on the instrument, etc.)
  • Bank institutes the trade agreement between the Client and the Bank. They share in the profits.
  • Loan To Value can be as high as 80-85%, but is only determined by the Lender.
What About The Fraud.?
  • Sadly, people will do anything in desperation to make money. They will Lie, Cheat, and Steal. As a result, The Government, in its efforts to save us from ourselves, generalizes that these are all fraud, scams, and non-existent. 99% of that is true.
  • The other 1% operates at the highest levels in international banking, and they never talk about these programs.
  • The crooks play on the need for discretion and non-disclosure, using the necessity for secrecy to mask their real intentions.
What Is Real, Then.?
  • In the Real program: the client's money never leaves his bank account, so there isn't a way to bilk him out of his money. He retains total ownership at all times.
  • NOT Real: "Prime Bank Instruments" That term is never used in the real lexicon of these programs. What the heck is a Prime Bank? That in and of itself is cause for suspicion. This is an example of making up a name that sounds plausible, but isn't what it presents itself to be. Another great example of this is our own Federal Reserve! Read "The Creature From Jekyll Island" for the true story of the FED… it will blow you away.
What is Real, and NOT
  • NOT REAL: Some crooks have charged up-front 'participation fees', 'application fees', and other money paid before anything could start—if ever.
  • REAL: There is no reason for anyone to charge fees. The real program is straightforward.
  • NOT REAL: The "platform" tells you to move your money.
  • REAL: The money stays in your account, in your name.

  • To Get Something You Never Had, You Have To Do Something You Never Did.
  • You have the option not to sign the contract once you have passed compliance and been contacted by the trade group.
  • At its worst, the Trade Program might not generate profits (highly unlikely, since the trader doesn't make money either if he fails).
  • Your money stays right where it is.
Note:-Please remember that this information is strictly for the use of a qualified Client, and is not for dissemination, publication, or re-distribution to anyone.Thank you for your cooperation.

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