It’s of interest to ponder there are around 8-10 platforms running across the globe, so if a acquaintance of a friend or a random broker or intermediary discusses that they work in conjunction with a platform, it’s possibly a scam. Be very careful of frauds and always complete your own background investigation and request trade history. Never hand over any funds or application charges and don’t permit anyone access to your private or company finances.
Who can take part? The platform is for: 1) Institutions/Foundations. 2) High net worth individuals. 3) Sophisticated investors. This platform is not for banks or Governments.
Platform basics and how it works: Investors money is never touched. Investor money are either a) blocked in their own account or b) moved and held in a non depleting joint account with the trader.
The regulated and licensed humanitarian platform is well known and open throughout the year, which manages licensed traders. The humanitarian platform works with a well known and reputable humanitarian foundation. The humanitarian foundation looks after the handling of the client application process and submission.
A platform trader monetises the investors instrument and the platform opens a line of credit against the monetised amount (hypothetically by 10 X, for example) . This is very likely to be more. This credit line is only be triggered when a investor provides initial collateral via their asset (instrument or funds).
Utilising the credit line the platform buys Medium Term Notes (MTN’s)/Bonds at heavily reduced rates, and then immediately sells the MTN’s/Bonds at a higher price to exit buyers like pension funds, insurance funds, and other funds who they have agreements with. The pension funds & insurance funds work very closely with the platform, and have contracts and have a long standing relationship with the platform.
The principals returns are in line with the trade contract drawn up prior to entering the programme. The investors initial investment is never at risk because the platform has the balance sheet to utilise their own funds as collateral should it be needed.