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None of the customary standards and practices that apply to normal, conventional business, investing and finance, apply to “trading/transaction-programs”. Personal and business financial success have virtually nothing to do with who you are and what you know, but almost everything to do with what you are and whom you know.​

It is a “privilege” to be invited to participate in one of our Private Placement Transaction Programs. It is not a “right.” These programs deliver unparalleled yields in combination with absolutely no program-related risk. The trading administrators and managers have a virtually endless supply of financially qualified applicants.

All things considered, the trading administrators and their banks will favor the applicant who provides the best paperwork.

An applicant should never underestimate what the trading entities knowledge about him.

Failure to provide full disclosure will disqualify the disingenuous.

Generally, these programs exist to finance humanitarian projects, not to generate more money for the wealthy. Clients who have such projects usually receive preferred treatment and the highest yields.

Clients must first prove that they are qualified, not the other way around. Until the client is accepted by Compliance, the Traders, and Trading Banks, no placement can occur. The U.S. Patriot Act has introduced obligatory stringent compliance procedures, which lengthens the time required to receive clearance.

Only the principal owner of the funds (or bank confirmed Mandate) is required as signatory. Corporations must empower an Officer or Director as sole, exclusive signatory by using a Corporate Resolution.

It is felony fraud to submit documents or financial instruments that are forged, altered or counterfeit. Such papers are promptly referred to the appropriate law enforcement agencies for immediate criminal prosecution.

The practices, procedures and rules are determined by the U.S. Federal Regulatory Authorities, Western European Central Banks program management, licensed traders and trading banks. It is their decision whom to accept and whom to reject. Contract terms, yield, schedules, etc., are made to fit their needs and schedules — and not the caprices or demands of the investors.

This marketplace is highly regulated and strictly confidential, and absolute confidentiality by the investor is a key element of virtually every contract. A client who breaks confidentiality will precipitate instant cancellation of this contract, often with severe financial consequence.

Submission of the application documents to more than one management group at a time is termed “shopping.” If an investor “shops” he can expect that this fact shall be quickly disseminated and known among the program management groups who maintain close communication — and he will then be accepted by none – and rejected (“blacklisted”) by all!

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The investor will receive a monthly report from one of the most prestigious auditing firms in the world ( PricewaterhouseCooper-PwC, Deloitte or Ernst & Young-EY ) which will fully detail all transactions made by the trader and the profit driven in each one of them.

These are the preeminent Traders and trade platforms in the business; highly skilled and supremely qualified, with all the necessary approvals, licenses and registrations – and the muscle and “firepower” – to get the job done.

The Private Placement Programs or High Yield Investment Programs, are private programs based on the purchase/sale of bank financial instruments (mainly MTNs).

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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, anyinstitution takes precedence on this type of operation.

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Platform trading utilizes the expertise of qualified traders who are capable of engaging in the purchase and sale of investment-grade bank debentures in the wholesale market. The trading operation is normally referred to as “controlled” or “managed” bank debenture trading because the supply side of the financial instruments and the “exit buyer” for the financial instrumetns have already been pre arranged, and the price of the instruments already contracted for, thereby ensuring that the financial instruments will be sold to the stipulated “exit buyer” at a pre-agreed higher price. Hence, each and every completed trade contractually guarantees a net profit to the trader (and never a net loss). It’s a legal arbitrage, is all!

Traders, for their part, normally trade against a non-depleting, tradeable line-of-credit established on behalf of the client. That’s because traders, under present rules, can’t use their own assets to trade against. And where does the trader’s lines-of-credit come from? Well, traders are not magicians; they can’t conjure up money out of thin air. For this, traders work with standard banks that offer credit facilities. No surprises there. These credit-issuing banks, though, impose strict requirements on borrowing, most notably that credit lines must be “capitalized” by an acceptable form of collateral hold in the “care” custody and control” of the credit-issuing facility. Hence, the need for trade platforms to implement exacting procedures which fully satisfy the credit-issuing bank’s “care , custody and control” standard for activating credit lines and the requirement that interested clients comply fully therewith.

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PROGRAMS (PPP) or High Yield Investment Programs,

1.- Personalized Analysis and Assessment

Our team of expert traders will at all times be responsible for advising the client in a detailed and personalized manner. Depending on the clients assets, each case will be studied independently and the best way to proceed will be proposed with the key intention of completing the operation successfully.

Advice at all stages of the process: From the explanation of this kind of financial opportunity and how yields rise to the required banking and corporate documentation that the client should provide to be later presented at the Traders Office.

2.- Submission of Documentation

The client must provide all required documentation for the submission of the operation at the Traders office:

* Set Compliance:

After the initial contact with the client and after studying the viability of the operation, the client will be provided with the compliance set (Set of documents) for its proper completion and signature.

  • Passport: DIN-A4 size and in any of the following formats: PDF, JPG, BMP or P
  • Asset: The Proof of Funds and all bank documents must be manually signed by two bank officials currently in charge of the client’s account. Electronic signatures will not be accepted.

In the case of documents requiring a verification by the Euroclear system/DTCC, it will be imperative to print the 12 pages. IMPORTANT: We do not accept any kind of procedure that prohibits all telephone calls from bank to bank, since this is necessary to verify and ensure that we are dealing with a real signer of the account and that funds and/or assets are not object of “leasing”.

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3.- Düe Diligence and Asset Verification:

Once the operation is submitted at the Trader’s office, we will immediately proceed to the verification of the assets and the realization of the “Düe Diligence” (under study for acceptance) of the client and the submitted assets. The client must not be connected with the mafia, drug traffic, weapons, or any other illegal activity. Also, the asset must be good, clear, clean, with a non-criminal origin and must be freely available for the customer.

4.- Available Options to block the Assets:

The investor will have to choose one of the two following available options to block the assets:

* Swift MT-799 and MT-760: The client’s bank issues a Swift MT-799 prior notice and a Swift MT-760 lock to the bank the Trader appoints on the contract. The recipient of the MT-760 will be “the Trader’s Company “. This option implies a higher cost for the client, but it is the classic one because it is more comfortable for the Trader

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* Euroclear / DTCC:

The investor will have to submit all the Euroclear pages. This option will be available only if there is not any kind of restrictions of communication with the bank. Must be possible the total communication between bank officers. If there is any kind of restrictions this option will not be available.

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5.- Program Manager Contact

Once the previous inquires are successfully completed, within a maximum of 48-72 hours, the Program Manager or the Trader will contact the client directly by phone. The aim of this call, in addition to the Program Manager’s formal presentation, is to inform the kind of program the client will have access to, the profitabilities, and also to agree on the different possible ways to block the assets.

6.- Signature Trading Contract

After the client and the Program Manager agree on the blocking way and clarify everypossible matter that may arise in the conversation, the client will be offered several options to sign the Trading Agreement:

Option 1.- Signing the Trading Contract via email and later, when the signing for the opening of the customer’s account takes place, the ratification of the Trading Agreement will be performed before the Trader. (Fast option)

Option 2. – The client and the Trader agree a day and time to sign the Trading Contract in personin the trader’s bank.

* Note:

Audited Financial Operation: The investor will receive a monthly report from one of the most prestigious auditing firms in the world ( PricewaterhouseCooper-PwC, Deloitte or Ernst &Young-EY ) which will fully detail all transactions made by the trader and the profit driven in each one of them.

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A Typical Scenario of a Private Buy/Sell Trading Program.

  1. The Trader’s Bank communicates with the Issuing Bank as well as with the Exit Buyer’sBank, obtaining a detailed agreement with the Issuing Bank Officer and with the Exit Buyer’s Bank that they are both prepared to commence the contracted series of Transactions. The Exit Buyer’s Bank forwards a POF to the Trader’s Bank for the amount of the first purchase of $100M (Note – When a POF has been issued for the Exit Buyer and forwarded to the Trader’s Bank, there is a legal Funding Commitment to complete that Transaction, which may NOT be revoked while the transaction is taking place).
  2. The Trader’s Bank forwards to the Issuing Bank a POF in the name of the Trader and requests that a MTN be issued in the name of the Trader, along with an Invoice at a discounted price, say for example only $97M, payable in 8 Hours.
  3. A copy of the Note and an invoice at $97M, is forwarded to the Trader’s Bank, which authenticates signatures and MTN terms to verify compliance with the Purchase Contract.
  4. The Trader’s Bank then forwards the copy of the MTN, along with a Conditional Assignment of the MTN, to the Exit Buyer’s Bank, along with an Invoice at the Exit Buyer’s Purchase Contract Price, $100M for example purposes, payable in 4 hours. e. The Exit Buyer’s Bank authenticates signatures, verifies compliance with the Purchase Contract, and pays the $100M Invoice price to the Trader’s Bank for credit to Trader’s account, within the 4 hour limit.
  5. The Trader’s Bank pays Issuing Bank’s Invoice for $97M within the 8 hour limit, along with instructions for the Original MTN to be sent to the Exit buyer’s Bank by courier.
  6. The Trader’s Bank debits the Trader a Bank Fee (1/4%, for example purposes) for their Services Rendered, and forwards the balance, $100M minus $97M minus 1/4 %, to the Trader, who pays the Trader’s ‘Associate’ for their Service Rendered.
  7. The Procedure used for this example, typically takes place 4 times each day of a 4 business day, week, and repeats until the Trader’s Purchase Contract is completed. Using this formula, the weekly payments to the ‘Associate’, would be equal to 22% of their POF amount. (3% per transaction x 4 per day x 4 days per week = 48% – 4% as Bank Fee = 44% / 2 = 22% = $22M per week)

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Note: The Operation described above is a very conservative one. There are other MTN Trade Operations, of the same MTN basis, but involving a resale of the MTNs by the ‘Exit Buyer’, which have a higher Rate of Return to the Trader involved, and therefore an even higher payment to the ‘Associate’ involved.

An experienced Associate can safely state that with the listed procedure and controls for theTransactions, the only reason for a Transaction failing, once commenced, would be for the Exit Buyer’s Bank to default on completing a contracted purchase of a Note, which would result in a jeopardy to their Bank Charter.

Should any default take place, it would be quite simple for the Trader to make the requiredPayment, using their own Funds, to complete their purchase of the Instrument, and to immediately sell it to a different contracted Exit Buyer. This action by the Trader eliminates any risk of loss by the Buyers and Exit Buyers and ‘Associate

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In general, these programs (Private investment programs-PPP and Buy – Sell Trade Programs) get a very high profit compared to the common benefit available to traditional investments Most people do not believe that a yield of 50% to 100% a week is possible.

It is more a problem of knowledge of the work programs and lack of experience in trading with financial instruments and especially understanding of how the financial system work and how money is created.

Suppose a leverage of 10:1, which means that the trader is able to make a copy of each sale transaction with 10 times the amount of money the investor has in his bank account. Let’s say the investor has 20 Million Euros, so the Trader is able to work with 200M Euros.

Now let’s assume that the Trader is able to make a purchase and sale transactions per day for 4 days a week for 40 banking weeks, and that the benefit is 10% for each sale transaction. That makes 10% x 4 = 40%, and the multiplier effect of the gain will be 10 times higher, that is to say 400% per week.

Then, this return will be divided between the investor and the Trader or Trading Group, but the final net return to investors will remain a double-digit weekly performance! Also note that the above example can still be considered conservative because, the leverage can be higher, the trader can get a much larger margin for each transaction , and also a higher number of transactions will improve the final performance.

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We understand that these returns may seem high, but that is because we are comparing them with traditional investment​


  1. PREFERRED TRANSACTIONS. What we are looking for, principally, is this: (i) Clients who are informed, sophisticated, motivated, decisive, respectful and cooperative, and who have full ownership and control over their capital; (ii) large-scale cash funds or bank instruments only, Preferably Minimum 100 Million Euros or thereabouts and (iii)straightforward, uncomplicated fact situations.. No historical instruments, No LTNs, NoCMOs ,No IBOEs, No gray/blue screen or “restricted-access” interbank screen transactions. No hard assets. No commercial securities. No developing country”sovereign” instruments. No government funds. Private investors only.
  2. ACCEPTED COUNTRIES/BANKS. We are able to operate the World Capital Program in most countries in the world – with the exception of Mainland China and those nations subject to trade embargo or deemed state sponsors of terrorism. Our preference, certainly, is that the client’s assets be held with a branch of a major, international bank (U.S./Western European banks and the like). We can, though, in many instances, work with established national/regional banks. Good banks with SWIFT capability in Russia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia, for example
  3. BLOCKING/RESERVING ASSETS. The trade platforms have a variety of means at their disposal for blocking/reserving the client’s cash fund/bank instruments for trading purposes, depending on the nature of the transaction. For use of a SWIFT Guarantee, to “internal blocking” of the client’s assets without SWIFT’s. The trade platforms will try to accommodate the client’s preferences as best they can. That said, clients would be well-advised not to tie the platform traders’ hands unduly by limiting what procedures are acceptable.
  4. CASH FUNDS: The client must be the legal owner of cash funds held on deposit. Earned funds from legitimate business activities or funds acquired via legal inheritance. No leased, borrowed, encumbered, or “pre-blocked” funds. Or funds that have been assigned or pledged to the client. Or funds restricted for use, non-transferable or otherwise non-transactable.
  5. BANK INSTRUMENTS. We can utilize bank instruments in the trading – Certificates of Deposit, Bank Guarantees, Letters of Credit, etc. – depending on the circumstances surrounding their issuance. And we can, in certain instances, work with instruments acquired by the client from a third-party; say, for example, to facilitate project funding. The client,though, must be willing to fully disclose the circumstances surrounding the issuance of the bank instrument, including the presence of any terms or conditions affecting the instrument’s use. And the third-party (who will need to clear “compliance”) must be willing to assist the transaction as necessary.

NO PROJECT OBLIGATIONS. There are no formal project requirements.Clients, though, are encouraged to utilize their Program earnings to finance viable and sustainable business expansion and commercial and humanitarian projects that promote economic growth and improve quality of life.


ONE-TO-ONE” PLATFORM TRADING. Clients are offered an unparalleled opportunity towork directly with a major Trader/trade platform without a meddlesome “trade group”interposed between the parties, blocking access.

A WIDE RANGE OF PROGRAM OPPORTUNITIES. Multiple Taders/trade platforms meansmultiple program opportunities. Greater selection. More flexibility. Standard programopportunities – but also tailor-made offerings, custom-designed by the platform traders tosatisfy the client’s specific requirements

HIGH-YIELD PROGRAM EARNNGS. The Program offers clients attractive, high yieldreturns; these are earnings realized from platform trading of investment-grade bankdebenture instruments. Discussions regarding yield amounts are best left to direct talksbetween the client and the trading platform that accepts the transaction.

CLIENTS NEEDN’T TRANSFER THEIR ASSETS. The trade platforms utilize a variety of procedural means at their disposal to “block/reserve” the client’s principal for trading purposes. For use of a SWIFT Guarantee, to “internal blocking” of theclient’s assets without SWIFT’s.

“BUY-SELL” TRADING OUT OF CLIENT’S ACCOUNT. We can also, in certain instances,arrange for the Trader to engage in “buy-sell” bank debenture trading, together with theclient, directly out of the client’s own account, with the client able to monitor the tradingactivity on his account at all times.

NO PROJECT OBLIGATIONS. There are no formal project requirements. Clients, though,are encouraged to utilize their Program earnings to finance viable and sustainable business expansion and commercial and humanitarian projects that promote economic growth andimprove quality of life.

PROGRAM TERM. Principally one year (“forty trading week”) programs, with extensions;but we also offer, subject to availability, “short-term” programs – alone or in combination withlong-term program opportunities. No restrictions on re-entry.

ADVANCE CASH PAYMENTS. We can, in certain instances, reimburse the client out of the credit line for the cost of any SWIFT’s and/or permit limited drawdowns (Up to 2%) againstthe line-of-credit should the client require an immediate cash payment.

DISTRIBUTION OF PROGRAM EARNINGS. Trading typically takes place five (5) days a week, Monday thru Friday. Payouts are normally made bi-weekly via SWIFT. All transfers ofearnings will be made with full clearances and approvals.

PROFIT-RECEIVING ACCOUNTS. We can assist clients with banking to receive payment of their Program proceeds. Keep in mind that most banks will not receive large cash depositsdue to strict bank capitalization requirements.

PROTECTED COMMISSION STRUCTURE. The Program will arrange and protect, as fees for Consultants/Intermediaries/Brokers, between (5%-10%) percent of the client’s earnings, payable to Consultants via SWIFT. A non-Circumvention, Non Disclosure &Fee Agreement is available upon request. We can also assist with Consultant Banking, or provide Consultants with access to an independent lawyer/Paymaster service.


The most common reasons why investors are never able to enter into trading are:

  1. Their contact with people who says they are “the platform” and of course that´s falseor in most cases, they have contact with “ An intermediary Platform”, what is different toa Trading Platform or a Trader. The trading platform or the Trader Office never contactwith clients. That is not its business.The first person who contact with the client is theProgram Manager of the Trader Office after the operation is submitted.
  2. They donʼt have enough money or they have bought/leased a POF/BG which is inEuroclear or DTC but in fact they do not have the money and of course they cannotinvest what they do not have.
  3. They donʼt have the money in an “acceptable” bank. They have the money in aoffshore bank that don´t allow the verification “bank to bank” or in a bank that is notrecognized for any bank authority.
  4. They donʼt have full control of the money (or the asset), because they rented,leased the instrument and of course they do not have the right to block the money orthe instrument. They can´t issue a Swift MT-760 because they aren´t the owner of theasset.
  5. They donʼt have a good explanation for the origin of the money, so this kind ofmoney is not valid to enter the program. The money must be clean, clear and,noncriminal origin.
  6. They haven´t workable assets. Most of the cases the assets are not good fortrading because they are not banked from a real bank, that is to say they are just in asecurity house but they do not have an SKR from the bank. It´s not incorporated in,the Financial Banking System.
  7. They try to proceed according to their own rules and this is not the way to enter inthe Private Placement Program. The rules and procedures are set for the trader and arethe same for everybody, so if the investor can not comply/accomplish these rules, theinvestor cannot participate in this financial opportunity.
  8. They do not follow the required procedure:

       8.1 – Presentation of documentation.
       8.2 – Due Dilligence.
       8.3 – Presentation of the Program Manager and Blocking assetagreement.
       8.4 – Submisson of the trading pre-contract.
       8.5 – Presentation of the traderand signing the Trading Contract.

  9. They do not collaborate enough with the Trader or the Trading Group.
  10. The client has an asset that doesn´t allow the verification bank to bank
  11. They delay the delivery of documents or send non-confirmed documents.
  12. They are in a “Black List” or under investigation. These are the main reasons whya potential client cannot pass compliance or Due Dilligence and will not be able toenter into trading . These are the main reasons that everyone must understand andbe able to comply with in order to pass compliance and enter into the trading.

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