Private Placement Programs

AmeriFunding Inc. is a duly registered licensed United States Corporation

We are based in the United States, our Desk is in Washington, DC, and we primarily do large project funding on a non recourse basis and the projects are worldwide.  It is essential to our job function that we know monetizing sources and platforms that work, we have a track record with, and fit the needs of any given client.  Thus, we can handle almost any situation that arises.

Read More about us Here:  http://amerifunding.net/about/

Our Phone Number is:  571-501-6129

Private Placement Program (s) are available for:

~As Low as $25,000 – $100,000 On a Limited Capacity, Call Immediately to check if we have space Available

~$100,000 to $250,000 as a “Pre Platform Request” or With a Biz Plan ONLY. (must get special permission this small)

~$750,000 Ten Day Bullet, pays out 1.5 per week for twenty weeks, and then rolls over

~$1,000,000 to $10Million  MT103, with project still considered Pre Platform

~$10Million to $100Million Bullet, and 40 Week

~$100Million to $2Billion Ping, Bullet or Blocked Funds depending on need and project

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Private Placement Programs are available for Cash or with Top Rated Bank Instruments,  (JPMorgan, Suisse, Barclays, BofA, others and etc.) MTNs, Leased Instruments (not leased POF’s! those are illegal) Ven Bonds, LTN’s, Gold, Cash, and other assets at 100% of project funding. This means the entire project including Acquisition and Development funds.  This is available on a Non Recourse basis: no monthly payments, no credit check, you do not have to pay the funds back. If you have an instrument from a Top Rated Bank, you will  receive ALL of the funds, you do NOT have to have a Sales Contract for the Property you seek to acquire, and you do have to have a Business Plan, Executive Summary, or Feasibility Study as part of the Funding Package.

Private Placement Programs are available on a Non Recourse Basis for Non Top Rated Banks or for Leased Instruments at 65%  of the face amount of the Instrument initially in the first 30 days.  After that, the balance of the funds will be paid out every other week until your project is funded.  You also need an Executive Summary, Feasibility Study and/or Business Plan.  Be prepared to show long term jobs creation, how you will lower the carbon footprint, or both.

We also have so called:  MT760 Blocked Funds Transactions.  These are popular with those who do not want to wait for an SBLC, those with  proceeds from a transaction, and those who want to block their funds at their bank.  Since the Funds never leave your bank, the client has a certain comfort zone.  This does NOT fit every situation, but is worth considering for those who have at least $50Million to $100Million from the proceeds of a transaction, or those with $100Million and up and wish to block the funds at a top rated bank.  Read more about MT760 Blocked Funds Transactions here.

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An Brief History 0f Private Placements and Example of how they work

INTRODUCTION

We specialize in what is commonly referred to as:  Non Recourse Funding – that is to say, you don’t have to pay the funds back for Certified Projects, the funding is not credit based; you do not need to submit a Credit Report,  but it is  asset based – the non recourse funding is provided by the fact that you have an SBLC/BG or other asset – even though that asset is never leveraged or encumbered.   This means we monetize assets: Primarily SBLCs and BG’s to a lesser extent, MTNs, but also gold, cash and even LTNs listed on EuroClear.

For those of you new to the process, much of the material in this informational will be eye opening.  For those already comfortable with Non Recourse Funding, this will eliminate many myths, and structure your thinking by reminding you of the important steps, and also open new avenues and techniques to what you already know.

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Our financial DNA is structured over our entire lives to think we must:  a. borrow money from traditional banks or equity partners,  b. qualify with a down payment and find a traditional lender who does project funding  c.  and have a high monthly payment.

Non Recourse Project Funding has been a worldwide trend since World War II and is quite well known in Europe and Asia. (see History of Platform Programs page 31 in our Informational which must be requested)

Where a traditional lender or equity partner says: “Send me your Project” they are really saying:  “I will get this person off the phone by asking them to send me their project, and it will go down a rabbit hole with thousands of other projects that I have looked at this month”. 

Non Recourse funding requires that we see a project, or that you at least have  one in mind.  It does not have to be a full feasibility study, or a 100 page business plan.  A slide deck, project outline, or even a short brief will suffice.  AmeriFunding just needs to know that you HAVE A PROJECT in mind, and will not judge you based upon the quality of the brief.  We just need to know that you are building something.  How you execute your plan, and spend the proceeds of your funding is entirely up to you. 

Lastly, AmeriFunding has many programs depending on the level of your investment.  So whether you are  building a $500Million dollar project then you can participate in our SmallCap program.  However, if you  only has $25,000 to spend, then we even have a microcap program available. 

In the simplest example (see History starting at page 26: “How it Works” ) a client will purchase an SBLC from an Issuing Bank known as Issuer (Americans use the term SBLC: Stand By Letter of Credit;  Europeans use: Bank Guarantee) for say $100Million dollars, and that Instrument will be held at a Receiving Bank known as the “Receiver”.   The Client’s asset is not leveraged in Non Recourse Funding, there is no lien put on it, it is not pledged as Collateral as it would be if you put it up against a Traditional Loan at a Bank.  In a traditional transaction, the instrument is pledged as collateral.  Not so in Non Recourse Funding. 

To obtain an Instrument you must have filled out what is called a “CIS” or Client Intake Sheet, sometimes referred to as a KYC.  The terms are used interchangeably.  KYC simply means:  Know Your Client.  Banks cannot do anything without authorization, and the monetizing process cannot proceed with half measures: the transaction is either compliant, or it’s not. 

Using a mirrored technique, then the Receiving Bank will draw down funds: sometimes 200% or 500% or even 1000% against the assets it holds in a sub account in your name.  You remain the owner of that Asset and you remain the Signatory.   Over the course of the monetizing period, the client will receive cash proceeds from the “monetizing process”.  The funds or proceeds are paid to you, the Beneficiary, and are derived from a “Platform”.   The Platform has multiple moving parts, it is not one person.  The Signatory (you) must be Known to the Bank.  This doctrine of KYC (Know Your Client) is fulfilled by your submitting the CIS, there is no way around that. 

AmeriFunding has programs as low as $250,000 which will get you into an Instrument within 60 to 90 days, and then that target $50Million to $100Million instrument will  be monetized after that.  It takes a bit longer, because your principle is so small.  This is called a Micro Pre Platform Request.

These lower/smaller programs starting at  $250,000 to $750,000 are known as a:  Pre Platform Request because they are only done with the knowledge that and understanding that you will take it to the next level:  they will get you into a $100Million SBLC within 60 Days.

For those Clients who are a bit more seasoned and understand the process, have $1,000,000 or more, they will move immediately into leasing or purchase of an SBLC, and we can draw down funds for you in about two weeks.

Lastly, there are those who have existing instruments or assets.  We have various programs depending on what you have.  For instance, we have a Program for LTNs, MTNs, even Cash.  For Cash we have Blocked Funds MT760 Programs which can proceed to funding in 5 to 7 days!  We even do Leased Instrument Funding.

For those wishing to move into Non Recourse Funding, it is imperative that you fill out the CIS early in the process.  We use a standard CIS which is the mostly used form accepted by the most number of banks and platforms worldwide.  Keep it handy on your Desktop or Thumbdrive, become familiar with it, be ready to use it over and over again as you move through the world of ever bigger project funding, expand your portfolio and do more projects.  REMEMBER:  PLAY BIGGER!  Always be ready to grow quickly and change lives.

A NOTE ABOUT PLATFORMS BEFORE WE PROCEED:

None of the customary standards and practices that apply to normal, conventional business, investing and finance, apply to “trading/transaction-programs”. Personal business and 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 favour 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.  If you only have an Exec Summary, don’t worry, that will be acceptable at first.  Remember, at some point, you will have to expand on your basic idea, and provide a quality presentation.

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. (Please see: “History of Private Placement” herein. The U.S. Patriot Act has introduced obligatory stringent compliance procedures, which lengthens the time required to receive clearance.)

Face-to-face interviews with compliance officers and program management are occasionally required, but generally not necessary.

Do not submit Proof of Funds docs that you found on the Internet.  If they are not your funds, and you know they are not your funds, then do not submit.  If you knowingly submit so called “leased” or paid for Proof of Funds documents, then you will likely be reported to the authorities.  Even if you are not arrested or investigated, the authorities share data with the banks.

Be Grateful.  Comply quickly respond to requests for documents or proof.  The longer that you take to respond, the more suspicious platforms (and AmeriFunding, Inc) become that your documentation is not real.

Platforms must AUTHENTICATE and VERIFY all packages, as they are highly regulated.  Remember those words:  AUTHENTICATE and VERIFY.  Your packages must be legitimate and accurate.  They will be checked, sometimes over and over by various departments.  

Only the principal owner of 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.

Not only do the funds have to be on deposit in a top bank; they must also be in an acceptable Western (preferably) jurisdiction. If not, the funds must be moved to an acceptable jurisdiction, or else responsibly endorsed by an acceptable bank in an acceptable venue.  The Bank should have access to and be a member of the SWIFT system.  If they do not have a SWIFT code, be prepared to move them into a Bank that does have SWIFT.

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.

HISTORY OF PRIVATE PLACEMENT INVESTMENT PROGRAMS

In the 1990s, the trading in bank instruments was and is presently a multi-trillion dollar industry worldwide. According to the IMF by the end of 2016, the banks have amassed over 300 Trillion dollars of bank instruments payable at redemption.  The most common are MTNs also known as bearer bonds. These Mid Term Notes play a role in monetizing platforms.  They are traded by Licensed Securities Brokers  (usually Series 7) and of course the proceeds from these purchases are deposited in banks.  So the banks are issuing these bonds, and the proceeds are deposited with the banks, and yet the bonds themselves cannot be traded by the banks, only issued by them.  This separation of duties is crucial to understanding that a “Monetizing Platform” has many moving parts, everyone has their role, and most importantly:  The Banks and the Series 7 brokers CANNOT solicit.  There are very strong laws in place which prevent banks and bond traders from soliciting business.

The World’s largest fifteen to twenty-five North American and European Banks are authorized to issue blocks of debt instruments such as medium term notes (MTNs) also known as Bearer Bonds, debenture instruments, and standby letters of credit at the behest of the United States Treasury for the United States Treasury Trust and Foundations and the United States Federal Reserve. The Instruments issued are backed by a Treasury undertaking.  The Minimum denomination of MTNs at this time is $100Million (One Hundred Million U.S. Dollars)

The genesis of this marketplace was the 1945 Bretton Woods Conference of world  leaders. The principles originally championed as answers to post World War II economic stability are still the impetus for the operation of these transactions today. These transactions started some 65 years ago, have grown and been continuously modified, and as described in this article are Private Placement U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve investment transactions administered by select Western Banks.

The Swiss perfected what is known as the “SWISS TECHNIQUE” which very few people are actually taught in business school or even know about.  Until most recently, Swiss banks were the most private in the world, never disclosing any information about account holders, their clients, or depositors.  In this environment, the Swiss banks never felt the need to disclose their methods of drawing cash against assets, or the use of the proceeds.  This method is employed by all Platforms not just in Switzerland, so a Platform in London or Copenhagen would simply be borrowing the idea that has been in place for 7 decades.

A short example of the technique is helpful here, before going into more of the History of Platforms.

We’ll use the International Minimum Denomination of $100Million as an Example.  The smallest MTN issued at this time is $100Million.  When banks issue Securitized Debt Instruments, they spread the risk. We’ll say that Deutsche Bank,  Barclays and Wells Fargo  jointly issue $300 Billion of Mid Term Notes payable in ten years with a 5% Coupon (pays 5% per year to the Noteholder).  Each bank will issue $100B each in it’s own name.  Thus the Bond would appear on Bloomberg, the Bourse or NY Bond Markets as:  ISIN:  DE123456 5% 103.5.  This means  DE (Deutsche)  5% Coupon, trading at 103.5 or about 3 and a half percent above it’s value.

In this example, we are going to use the ISSUE PRICE.  When the Bond enters the market, it is brand new, having just been issued and is only a few hours old.  THIS IS KEY:   The bank would issue this as “FRESH CUT”  meaning newly minted from it’s allotment of $100Billion.  At this stage, the Bond is issued at 24 or for 24 dollars per $100 or in the case of $100Million, the bond issues at 24, so the Bank Receives $24Million Dollars in Cash for this Fresh Cut MTN.

Enter the Series 7 Trader.  Only licensed traders can buy and sell these bonds.  This has been the law of the land since the Great Depression, the Glass Steagal Act, and it’s progeny.

The “Trader” as they are called, has already staged an exit BUYER for these Mid Terms notes at 54. Thus, the Trader is selling this fresh cut instrument at 150% MORE THAN HE PAID FOR IT!  Now that is a nice and tidy profit. Consider that the Trader does this at 10AM, Noon, 2PM, and 4PM? And you see that this skilled professional is making for the Platform a nice 600% profit in only one day.  Do this for a twenty or 21 day contract, and all the parties involved in the Platform are making so much money, it is not hard to see why the public is never allowed a peak into these matters.

Suffice it to say: NOBODY, not the Client, the Bank, the Platform Manager, the Credit Facilities Manager, the Series 7 Trader: NOBODY is making all that money for her/his self.  That money is apportioned.  IT IS FROM THESE PROCEEDS that AmeriFunding pays out high returns to Clients.  It is from these Proceeds that Project Funding is made available.

In this example, we have thus shown you how the world money flows REALLY work, and this VERY SIMPLE EXAMPLE also belies the point that none of the Parties involved can solicit.   For instance, the Exit Buyer at 54, why would they be willing to pay 30 points for an instrument they knew was issued at 24?  Because they too have an Exit Buyer already staged IN ADVANCE who will buy from them at 74. So they are making 20 points, or 20 Million from each bond.  Finally, the C Buyer is usually an Institution, for instance, a College Endowment, a Pension Fund, or Hedge Fund.  These final buyers are the “BUY AND HOLD” Variety, they are buying the bonds for the benefit of the 5% annual Coupon or if you will the “DIVIDEND” that is a guaranteed payment, so they are making money for their depositors and stockholders.

So when you participate in a Platform, there are many moving parts, all of whom are:

~ quite skilled, with decades of experience

~ know the outcome before they enter into the transaction

~ highly regulated

~ rely on their relationships to the other parties in the Platform

~ have excellent credit facility managers who advance them large sums to do the transactions Let’s get back to the Swiss Technique, shall we?  and stay with this example:

The Swiss perfected an “asset mirroring” technique that also plays a crucial role in Platforms.  When an asset such as:  Gold, Cash, Bonds, SBLCs (stand by letters of credit) or BGs (bank guarantees) are taken in by the Receiver Bank, the bank is immediately able to draw down money from the Treasury or Central Bank against that asset.  For instance, if a Bank takes in a $100 Million Bearer Bond or SBLC, then the bank depending on it’s rating is able to draw down 200%, 300%, 500% even 1,000% of that asset.  The asset itself is NOT leveraged, or ever put in jeopardy.  IT CANNOT have a Lien put against it, or the Swiss Technique would never be employed.  The asset at the end of one year and one day is returned to the owner without liens and unencumbered.  The owner always owned the asset.  The Receiver bank only acted as a “holding facility” or what is called “Custodian” of the asset.

In the Swiss method, the Series 7 Trader’s credit capacity is also increased.  Thus, it is the Broker’s (Trader’s) account at risk, not the client’s asset.  It is the bank’s ability to draw down 200% to 1,000% from Treasury or the Central Bank which allows a Platform to exist.  Indeed a Platform as you can see, is made up of some of the smartest and brightest minds on the planet who specialize in some very intricate and sophisticated methods for increasing cash flow around the globe.  Without Platforms, the Mid Term Notes would not be sold to College Endowments or Pension Funds.  Without Platforms, the Banks would not have anyway of servicing (paying Coupon rates) the debt created by the bonds.

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The Medium Term Notes are issued by the largest World Banks at the instructions and authority of the U.S. Treasury directly or through the Federal Reserve and distributed through the largest banks through a well established private marketing system. This marketing system of Private Treasury Trading Trusts, Foundations and Federal Reserve Accounts, exclusively market these instruments and these accounts are administered by the participating bank. The proceeds generated by the sale of these instruments are retained by the U.S. Treasury or the Federal Reserve and reintroduced into the market place when deemed appropriate.  These funds may be used to fund loans made by the INIF to it’s member countries. By funding specific projects , the INIF can monitor the proceeds and certify that the funds are being used as agreed.

These Private Trading Entities regularly purchase these instruments on the initial issue or Primary market and the pricing is at a negotiated discount. The instruments are immediately sold to a well defined private and discrete market at the market rate or at secondary market prices. (see Example above already discussed)  This new profit is new credit created  that can be used for financing of U. S. Treasury registered and Approved Projects. As indicated in the Federal Reserve Bulletin, “Anatomy of the Medium Term Note market,” August, 1993 page 765, these transactions involve “riskless principal” as all of the instruments bought are sold prior to purchase.

In the Private Placement Program transactions, trading is conducted on the strength of the U.S. Treasury Department Approval of the holder of the funds after they have been shown to be good, clean and of non criminal in origin. It is the value of the funds as evidenced to the Treasury Trust or Foundations, or the Federal Reserve, not the funds themselves that finance the purchase of the instruments by the participating Private Placement Transaction.

In the event that the instruments have been issued for a World Bank or IMF project, the funds are generated by the sale of the instruments by the Private Transaction Accounts and are available for use in funding the loan commitments made by IMF or other such international agency. The instruments are commonly five hundred million dollar notes with a ten year maturity bearing interest of seven and one half percent, backed  by a Treasury Instrument of like terms, and purchased at a discount and resold to major institutions at the market rates.  However, the lowest denomination is $100 Million and coupons of 3.5% to 5% are often common as well.

(In this abbreviated explanation, you can see that Private Placements far from being myths, or not real, are quite involved with the Treasury, pegged to the U.S. Dollar, and without them, 300Trillion worth of projects would never have been built.  For a FULL Reading request our “AmeriFunding Informational”  approximately 150 pages long.  You will have to Submit your CIS first, it is not for general circulation).

 

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