Frequently Asked Questions

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A.  No. Due to the amount of inquiries we receive. The Bank Instrument must be issued from a  A+ rated Bank in a rated Jurisdiction.

A. No. You should move your account to an A Rated bank.

A.  No. Only brokers and rep’s give that kind of information to the potential clients and they are often not realistic. It is against the law to quote actual returns from a trading platform or to provide written or verbal amounts outside of the actual contract. That is why the term “historical returns” are quoted.

A. No. The client is not under any obligation to accept the terms or the ROI’s that will be provided in the verbiage of the trade contract.

A. There are occasional programs available for LTN’s, please contact us for availability.

  • The bonds would need to be on Euroclear and sometimes the trader will pay the costs involved.
  • The most important thing is REALITY! NO ASSIGNEES, OR BENEFICIAL OWNERS, etc. FULL KYC, including tax receipts, and full set of bond documents are required.
  • Note: We do not accept historical bonds.

A.  Yes. We have Monetizers for Bank Instruments either Leased or Purchased.

  • The LTV depends on the rating of the issuing Bank
  • 35-50% for Leased Instruments
  • Up to 80% for owned Instruments

A. No. The KYC Package must be the one supplied by us.

  • All KYC Documents must be with current date. Packages more than 3 days old will be rejected

A. Depends on the program you are entering and if a bullet is available, in a lot of cases yes but not always.

If a bullet is available you would be notified after passing compliance.

A. Yes, almost all programs are weekly payouts, unless stated differently.

A. Yes, The admin hold/block will in favor of the trader for the term of the trade when it is released unencumbered and without liens back in favor of account holder.

A. Yes, providing you can produce an up to date bank statement and have access to the funds and they are not in a sub account.

A. No, the funds must be free and unencumbered.

A. Yes, but must be cash backed and from an A rated bank.

A. Bank must be a minimum B+ rating in a rated Jurisdiction, with the ability to issue either an MT760, 799, 542 or an admin hold or block.

A. No, The contract is strictly confidential between the client and trade group and can only be issued after client has passed compliance.

A. There is a set procedure to follow:

  1. Submit a KYC (Know Your Client) package, complete with a copy of your passport and either a Bank Statement, or a copy of the Bank Instrument.
  2. The compliance department will complete due diligence on yourself and the funds or Bank Instrument which takes between 2-4 days depending on how busy they are.
  3. If you pass compliance a contract will be issued.
  4. If required there will be a call between between yourself and the compliance department to answer any questions you may have.
  5. You sign and return the contract.
  6. You contact your bank to either issue the required swift or put the admin hold block in place. This can take between 2-5 days depending on the Bank.
  7. Once the swift or block is in place the trade would start usually within  72 hours.

A. The funds or Bank Instrument is blocked in favor of the trader. The trader uses the asset to draw a credit line from his bank to trigger the trade. At the end of the trade term the block is released unencumbered bank to the asset owner.

A. No, the Funds or Instrument are only used by the trader to draw a credit line and are left unencumbered.

A: No.
As mentioned in the previous Q/A every trade has a net positive return. Typically the minimum spread is 10% or more. So for every $100MM trade of bank notes the Private Investment Program will make 10% or more. It is 
not possible for the trader or investor to lose. It is not possible for the trader to make less. Every trade has a known net positive return before the trade is made. Traders will make these trades hourly and daily, so over a month period the 50% to 100%plus return is assured for the investors. The traders make double those numbers, however they split the profits with the investor.

A: Private Investment Programs only trade prime bank notes by arbitrage. What arbitrage means is that the buy and sell contracts have to be “in hand” before the trade of the discounted bank notes take place. This is the safest way to trade because the deal is done before the deal takes place. This is all done by the trader for the Private Investment Programs. Since in the Private Investment Program traders only buy notes when they have a buyer at a higher price every trade has a net positive gain due to the “controlled trading” practices. There is zero risk to the Program traders, and zero risk to the bank, and zero risk to the investor