Private Placement Program

F A Q - Questions and Answers

  • What are the Private Placement Programs, better known as "PPP" and the minimum amount to get into program?

    The Private Placement Programs or High Yield Investment Programs, are private programs based on the purchase/sale of bank financial instruments (mainly MTNs). These instruments are bought fresh-cut with a significant discount on their face value to then be resold at a higher price in the secondary market. The difference between the sale price and the purchase price is the trader/investors gain. These programs are offered to clients with high spending power and can only be executed by Traders with a license to carry out such operations. An important part of the returns are destined to humanitarian causes and to the financing of business projects. Therefore, any institution takes precedence on this type of operation.

    The minimum amount is $10,000,000.00 (TEN MILLION DOLARS)

  • How come so few investors know about these programs? Are they new?

    These programs are not publicly known, and only a very small group of investors that own funds or Bank Instruments may have access to them -solely and exclusively by invitation-. They are not new, they are more than 55 years old.

  • Are they safe?

    The Private Placement Programs imply no risk for the investor. The purchase/sale of MTNs is "risk-free" provided that the Trader is guaranteed the exit to the instrument that was previously acquired. If we are dealing with a real Trader, such exit will be guaranteed by contract and therefore there wont be any risks for the investor. Before the start of the program, the Trader will "prepare" such program planning the future purchases and sales and knowing beforehand the benefits that each of them will bring. In a second phase the program will be run, which means nothing but carrying out the purchases/sales that were previously planned and negotiated with the cut houses.

  • Should I deliver or transfer my funds to the Trader? In any case. The funds will always remain on the investors account. To carry out the program it will only be necessary to lock them. The investor must choose one of two available locking options: Swift MT-760 or the assignment of the Trader on the account. This blocking will remain for the length of the program.
  • Do I run any risks by submitting these documents and why are they so important? You are not under any risk. Their presentation is imperative and important since it is the only way to check and verify the quality of the clients funds or assets. In this business the investor always has to take the first step by providing the required documentation to avoid falling into the"soliciting" rules. The POF (Proof of Funds) will be issued by the Bank where the investor has the resources deposited,demonstrating their quality and amount, but does not enable ANYONE to move them or dispose of them.
  • What procedure should I follow to deliver these documents? Once all the required documentation is submitted (SET Compliance + bank Documentation), we proceed to verify the funds/assets the client brings and to the subsequent Düe Diligence (clients under study for acceptance). Once these preliminary investigations are successfully completed, within 48-72 hs. the Program Manager will contact the client for a formal presentation and also to agree on how to block the funds. Then, the investor will receive a pre-contract to be signed and later sent to the Traders office. Then, it will be the Trader in person who will contact the client.
  • How and when do I collect my interests or profits? Yields are collected weekly at the bank designated by the Trader. Ever since the collection of the first profit, this capital will be completely available for the client.
  • Can I partially or totally remove the invested amount? The invested capital will remain locked for the length of the program.
  • How should my funds be? Clear, clean and with a non-criminal origin. For every asset the location of the deposited resources should appear clearly stated by the bank in question. If at the time of verification, there is any doubt on this matter, the transaction will be automatically dismissed.
  • Can I ask for references from previous transactions? NO, as it represents a violation of the Rules of Confidentiality and of the Non-Discovery Agreement

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