STANDBY LETTER OF CREDIT (SBLC) / BANK GUARANTEE (BG)

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Stand-By Letter of Credit
The Standby LC or SBLC (MT-760) is a payment guarantee issued by a bank on behalf of a client that is used as “payment of last resort” should the client fail to fulfill a contractual commitment with a third party.

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Standby Letters of Credit are created as a sign of good faith in business transactions, and are proof of a buyer’s credit quality and repayment abilities.
Standby Letter Of Credit is often used in International trade transactions, such as the purchase of goods from another country & etc. Standby letter of credit can be used as Collateral and for Credit Enhancements. It is ideal for Companies planning to expand their business and do not want to give up equity of their Company.

Key benefits of Standby Letter of Credit
1. Improves your cash flow
Eliminates or reduces the need to give a beneficiary, with whom you have entered into a contract, cash collateral or other security to support the obligations under the contract. Eliminate the need for you to prepay for products or services which allow you to use your funds for alternate purposes before payments become due.
2. Convenient, we have expertise in structuring Standby Letters of Credit to meet your business needs while helping to protect your interests to the extent possible in the circumstances
3. Access to trade finance expertise
our trade finance experts provide you with structuring and expedite your trade transactions.
Letters of Credit
The Documentary Letter of Credit known as LC or DLC is a written undertaking given by a bank to the seller (beneficiary). The Letter of Credits or Documentary Credit is a technique for financing International trade by which a bank (issuing bank) takes the irrevocable commitment, at the request and for the account of its client (applicant), to pay the exporter (beneficiary) against the handing-over of various documents complying with the terms of the credit, proving forwarding and the nature of the goods stipulated in the pro-forma invoice or commercial contract within a set time limit.

The beneficiary of Letter of Credit may also obtain from their bank a credit line or packing credit to mobilize their export and their bank will receive the advance funding from the proceeds of Letter of Credit once they negotiate it.
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Bank Guarantee
Bank Guarantee (MT-760) is an irrevocable commitment issued by a bank on behalf of a customer who has entered in a contract to purchase goods from a supplier and promises to meet any financial obligations to the supplier in the event of default. In other words, a Bank Guarantee is an undertaking of a bank on behalf of its customer.

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A Bank Guarantee often helps firms conduct business with parties they would never normally get the chance to deal with. Many suppliers will often choose to do business with customers that have a Bank Guarantee because it eliminates the risk that they will not receive the appropriate payment for the goods that they are selling.

Bank Guarantee’s are issued for a variety of purposes, such as to improve the credit ratings for issuers of industrial development revenue bonds and commercial papers; to provide back-up facilities for loans granted by third parties; to assure performance under construction and employment contracts; and to ensure the account party satisfies financial obligations payable to major suppliers.
Following types of Guarantees are commonly used in commercial transaction:
• Performance Guarantee/Bond
• Tender Bond Guarantee
• Advance Payment Guarantee
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BANK GUARANTEE BUY OR LEASE!

After a long negotiations, we were able to reach an agreement with the actual provider of sales / leasing of bank instruments (Fresh Cut BG / SBLC / MTN /), a procedure that does not involve cheating customers and it is completely doable. We hope to hear from you only real, actually secured by the money offer to buying or leasing of bank instruments through consultancy services.

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Now we are working directly with major sellers of banking instruments and offering consultancy services to support the sales /purchases (48%+2%) or lease (6%+ 2%) of a Bank Guarantee (BG), Stand-By Letter of Credit (SBLC), Medium Term Notes (MTN).

DESCRIPTION OF BANK INSTRUMENT

1 INSTRUMENT Bank Guarantee- Cash Back
2 TERM One Year and One day
3 ISSUING BANK HSBC GROUP OR Deutsche Bank AG Frankfurt
4 AGE New Issue – FRESH CUT
5 TARGET PRICE Forty Eight (48%+2%) of face value or better
6 CURRENCY European Community Currency (EUR)
7 CONTRACT AMOUNT X BILLION EUROS (€$0,000,000,000.00) with Rolls and Extensions
8 COUPON RATE Zero
9 FIRST TRANCHE 500,000,000.00 EUR/USD (FIVE HUNDRED MILLION EUR/USD)
10 SUBSEQUENT TRANCHE To be mutually agreed upon (See Schedule Tranche)
11 DENOMINATION Per agreed
12 PAYMENT PAY ORDER – SWIFT MT103
13 DELIVERY BY SWIFT MT760, Pre advice first mt799 AND HARD COPY to be delivered via BONDED BANK COURIER within seven (7) international banking days

 

All relevant business information will be provided upon request with the Letter Of Intent (LOI)

Contact: BG/SBLC Consultant
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WHY BANK GUARANTEE (BG)

In the unique world of private placement, there are more fake “programs” than fish in the sea.  As a beginner in PPP, you may be asking yourself, “How can I determine which of these programs are real and which aren’t?  Well, with proper education anything is possible. The reality is, if you understand the intricate details of private placement, you can ALWAYS spot fake programs from a mile away. By building knowledge, you allow yourself to work more efficiently, qualifying private placement investments and leads far quicker than ever before. In this article, we will help develop your understanding even further, providing invaluable insight on the “bank guarantee”, and its role in the private placement industry.

With the recent popularity of bank guarantees, you may have met people who are leasing, trading, or issuing “BG’s”, and asked yourself, “What are they talking about”? Well, since this is a critical question to answer, we thought we’d uncover the facts for our readers. By exploring the bank guarantee’s definition, common uses, and other related tips, you will have the education you need to apply all of its benefits.  First things first, let’s cover the meaning of the term bank guarantee, and relation to the private placement markets.

By definition, a “bank guarantee” (“BG”) is a debt instrument created by banks which carries a predefined face value, date of maturity, and annual interest rate. For example, you could have a 1 year note from UBS with a face value of 100M, collecting a coupon (interest) of 6.0% per year.  If the investor was to purchase this “BG” from the right seller, they could get the bank instrument at a discount from face.  Depending on the standards and risk tolerance of the investor, they will usually pay 70-95% of the instrument’s face value to own the note.  Once the investor officially owns the bank guarantee, they collect the 6% annual interest, and the full value of the instrument upon maturity.

Even though bank guarantees have similar characteristics to other debt instruments, they are unique due to their high value, flexibility, resale potential, and discount. Typically, investors purchase bank guarantees to collect interest, and in many cases, they use the “BG” as collateral for loans and other opportunities. The great thing is, this allows the investor to earn interest with minimal risk, while still retaining access to liquidity. Though the “BG” sounds like a good asset to hold, in most cases, bank guarantees are traded repeatedly until the market value nears “face”.  Since trading these notes can produce much quicker profits, many have now jumped on the private placement bandwagon, aiming for the highest yields possible.

In today’s private placement business, bank instruments are typically bought and sold in the secondary market. If all goes as planned, the PPP trader buys the discounted instrument from the bank, and then sells it to a predefined “exit buyer” at a higher price.  Since this process is based upon prior contractual commitments with the exit buyer, if the PPP trader is real, there is basically no risk involved. To simplify things, lets give you a quick example. If a PPP trader purchases 5 instruments from the bank per week, making 9 points per trade, they would have 45% in weekly yields. Since the PPP trader has contracts with “exit buyers” protecting their purchases, all they need to do is complete the basic formalities and wait for the money to come on. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Well, if you are one of the lucky few who strike it big, it sure is…

The reality of private placement is, most people are unsuccessful despite years of efforts because of wrong contacts. If you’re smart, you CAN meet plenty of millionaires, but finding a PPP investor with 100M liquid can be quite a task! I recommend you should contact Golar Finance Limited at golarfinance@gmail.com. Since this is a fact that many brokers learn early on, unfortunately, common sense can get thrown out the window when money comes a calling.  A perfect example of this can be seen in the niche of “bank instrument leasing programs”.  The truth is, with investors “chomping at the bit” for private placement programs, the idea of bank instrument leasing was created so brokers could have something to offer smaller clients.  Even if the investor didn’t get into a program, since the instrument was already leased, the brokers would earn huge commissions from the deal! Sounds a little great, right? Well, though bank instrument leasing can work very well in any situation, it should be considered safe. Remember, most private placement brokers are focused on their own personal interests, not the risks presented to investors so bank guarantee education first.

In summary, the bank guarantee is an important tool to understand, but you MUST utilize it appropriately.  Though it sounds great to pay a small leasing fee for a 100M “BG”, consider the risk first, it requires skills TRUST ME.  If you want to use a bank guarantee in private placement, the truth is, it must be cash backed and 100M+ in value, I recommend you should contact Golar Finance Limited at golarfinance@gmail.com.  In addition to that, the instrument must be lodged in a bank which is willing to complete an MT 760. Despite what other private placement brokers may say, these are the FACTS of bank instruments, and if you try to believe otherwise, well, good luck!

All relevant business information will be provided upon request with the Letter Of Intent (LOI)

Contact: BG/SBLC Consultant
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BG/SBLC

Fresh Cut Bank Guarantee BG/SBLC Standby Letter of Credit

We have direct providers of Fresh Cut Bank Guarantee (BG)/ Standby Letter of Credit (SBLC) which are specifically for lease.
We deliver with time and precision as set forth in our agreement.

Our terms and Conditions are reasonable.

DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENT:
Instrument: Bank Guarantee (BG/SBLC).
Total Face Value: Minimum of 1M Euro/USD (One Million Euro/USD) to Maximum of 50B Euro/USD (Fifty Billion Euro/USD).
Issuing Bank: HSBC London, Deutsche Bank Frankfurt, Hong Kong, Any AA rated Bank in Europe or any Top 25 WEB.
Age: One Year, One Day
Leasing Price: 6.0% of Face Value plus 2% commission fees to brokers.
Delivery: Bank to Bank SWIFT.
Payment: MT-760.
Hard Copy: Bonded Courier within 7 banking days.

All relevant business information will be provided upon request with the Letter Of Intent (LOI)

Contact: BG/SBLC Consultant
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