We have direct and efficient providers of Bank Guarantee (BG’s),
Insurance Guarantees,Confirmable Bank Drafts, Standby Letters of
Credit (SBLC) medium term note (MTN) and Third Party Guarantees. which are specifically for
sell/lease at leasing price of 6+2% /40+2% for selling price.
If you are a potential Investor or principal looking to raise
capital, we will be happy to answer any questions that you have about
this opportunity and to provide you with details regarding these
Our BG/SBLC Financing can help you get your project funded,
by providing you with yearly renewable leased bank instruments. We
work directly with the providers of these instruments.
DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENTS:
- Instrument: Bank Guarantee (BG/SBLC) (Appendix A)
- Total Face Value: Eur 5M MIN and Eur 10B MAX (Ten Billion USD).
- Issuing Bank: Barcley's Bank , HSBC Bank London, Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank
- Age: One Year, One Month
- Leasing Price: 6% of Face Value plus 2% commission fees to brokers.
- Delivery: Bank to Bank swift.
- Payment: MT-103 or MT760
- Hard Copy: Bonded Courier within 7 banking day.
BELOW IS OUR FCO PROCEDURE
WE will arrange for a fresh cut BG/SBLC EURO/USD $10million to 100billion in favor of your company with Euro clear access code and block code as well as the ISIN and CUSIP numbers and Common Code of the SBLC from Barclay's Bank to enable you verify it at a lease cost of 6+2% After which you will transfer Euro cost fee to validate the instrument before it is delivered by swift MT199/MT799 pre-advice and finally via MT760 and the beneficiary is expected to pay 6% lease cost via MT103 to providers funding bank after verifying and authenticating the swift MT760 from issuing bank Barclay's, hsbc, and deucthe bank etc.
Contact us for outstanding
service, competence & professionalism;
For all inquires Contact:
mr: lewis mason
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information so I can quickly address your needs:
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