Bank Instruments Private Placement Programs News
Yes, clients are now getting paid and the cash is flowing.
Furthermore, our favored trader is the #1 highest performing Tier 1 trader on the planet – – both in terms of high yield and in terms of speed of delivery.
In addition, their private sovereign trading bank in Taiwan is one among only 12 in the world that is using the new Quantum Financial System.
So this is all exciting news.
Questions and Answers
Q: I know it says there is no risk, however, the investor is providing sensitive information about themselves and their account. How do we calm any fear of identity theft. Who actually sees the information that they provide.
A: This is a good question and is one that some others have asked. It is appreciated that less professional brokers of PPPs have been known to shop investor paperwork around, looking for acceptance at a platform. Then the investor starts receiving calls from unknown parties who have received his private information. Naturally this would be very unsettling. Thus please consider the following points.
1 The first thing to realize is that absolute privacy is already nonexistent, before even coming to us. Credit data on just about everyone who has a credit history is already available on the underground dark net. Intelligence agencies already have everything about everyone in real time. Any money of any significant size is already showing on screens, along with everything about its owner.
2 We are not a broker chain and we do not shop investor KYC forms. Our partner, who vets investor forms before submitting them to the trade team, has an MBA from The Wharton School of Finance and a Masters from The Lauder Institute of Management and International Studies, plus over 10 years experience in Alternative Investments. We are professional in our handling of confidential information and we guarantee the nondisclosure, non circulation, and protection of all proprietary investor data.
3 The most sensitive information is not requested in the initial intake documents. That is only requested later, after the contract is signed, and it only goes directly to the trader. It is never needed by the compliance officer or the intermediaries.
4 The client’s Social Security Number is not required.
5 Most owners of substantial capital, such as $10 million or more, know that they should never deposit it at the ordinary street retail level of a bank, facilitated by the lowest paid bank clerks. That raises some small risk of fraud and attempted theft by such employees. Rather, most high net worth owners of capital do their banking at higher levels of the institution, typically called private banking, where much greater security is routine.
In the PPPs, since the cash deposit or BI is required to be a top 25 bank, there is nominal Financial Institution risk. These trade programs only occur among top 25 banks with AAA credit ratings, which is better than the US Federal Government, and the US Treasury is considered to be the “risk-free rate”. In addition, our particular recommended PPPs ONLY operate on Tier 1 platforms – – meaning we deal directly only with the highest of the high level traders. Not only are they of the highest integrity, but they also have the greatest proven credibility and reputation in the industry. They stand to gain endlessly more success by continuing to honor the client’s rights, and they have the most to lose by not doing so.
6 It is suggested to obtain and use a Protonmail email address with us. Protonmail has the most invulnerable email encryption in the world and protects email attachments as well, but only if the email is between one Protonmail user and another. For further reasons why we use this medium and the link to obtain your own account, see https://brillianceincommerce.com/protonmail.
Q: A possible question I will get is have I seen one of these investments completed . . . so I will pose that question to you.
A: In a word, yes. As is explained at https://brillianceincommerce.com/private-placement-platforms, references of satisfied customers are not allowed due to the privacy, confidentiality, and nondisclosure, but we have been seeing successful completions of these program payouts since the 1990s. And yes, we are seeing clients currently getting paid.
Q: Can you please clarify the difference between Bullet Trade and 40 Week trade?
A: A bullet trade is a lump sum payment, one time. A 40-week trade goes for 40 weeks and is usually paid weekly or biweekly. Bullet trades only become available a few times per year. Some pay in 24 hours; some pay in 10 days, and some have a 40-week contract that go with them. Meaning, that it may pay a lump sum payment in a few days or week, after which the proceeds can be added to the capital committed to the program for a 40-week contract. Keep in mind that the details of deals change every week, so it is impossible to predict in advance exactly what kind of deal your investors will get. Generally the larger the investor’s capital, the more choices he will be given.
Q: It says “Qualifying Banks: Top rated international bank preferred”. Is there a site I can reference for a list of preferred banks?
Q: Is it advisable to have the prospective investor sign an NDA before I introduce them to you/your team?
A: We have signed hundreds of NDAs since the 90s and had client sign them, but have generally found that they’re not worth much. It’s really up to you. But if it is for the purpose of avoiding circumvention, don’t worry about that. The trade team itself includes non-disclosure and non-circumvention in its own contracts signed with the investor. In other words, the investor is required to agree to non-disclosure by the trading team itself – – which the investor will respect a lot more than one from you, because he will be getting his money from the trade team. To ask him to sign one with you may not do much good, and it would be redundant, because the investor is already under non-disclosure with the trade team.
Q: Once everything is set up and executed how long before the Investor will start seeing distribution deposits?
A: It varies from account to account. If the investor put in $100M or more, it can be pretty quick, like within one week. If he is putting in less than $100M, then the lesser amounts have to be aggregated before entering into trade. It is unpredictable how long that will take, but it is generally under one month. And when I say “aggregated”, remember, they’re not touching the investor’s principal; but they still have to aggregate the 1:1 lines of credit issued on the basis of the investor’s capital committed.
Q: Is it possible to bring together multiple people together (via a LLC, Inc, etc…) to create the $1M+ minimum needed to participate? Advice on how to do so, if possible?
A: The possibility of this is more answered on your side than on the trading team’s side. The reason for this is that no, the trade programs do not allow pools. They also do not allow borrowed funds. So a group of investors could be assembled and their funds could be pooled in an LLC or corporation, but it would be illegal to inform them that their money is going into a BIIP. It would be illegal to advertise it. It would be illegal to tell them that their principal capital is guaranteed or that the returns are guaranteed. This is because the trade platform does not accept pools and will not be responsible to multiple parties. Therefore what investor would put up any money under conditions like that? “We can’t tell you what your money is being invested in, and we can’t promise any guarantees on it.” Nobody would be interested in a deal like that. One LLC director or corporate president can serve as the signatory on the funds in that corporation, but remember, the trade platform require proof of history of funds – – where the funds came from. If it is revealed that the funds came from smaller contributors who are expecting a return, the fund will be rejected. Only a single lump sum of capital controlled by a single signatory, or maximum two signatories, is permitted.
(Note: We have been informed of a program whose minimum is only $55K. Usually we avoid these like the plague, because below $1M is usually where the losses, failures, and scams are. We are investigating this one because the principal capital is secured in an attorney’s escrow account, and can be insured. So this requires some due diligence.)
Q: It mentions under “Terms” there is an attached spreadsheet. I did not see one, can you please resend.
Q: After you enter a 40 week trade, can the investor stop it and pull all money if need to, OR is it “once it starts there is no stopping until 40 weeks”?
A: Yes, the investor can stop at any time. He can remove his capital at any time. If he does, of course the returns will stop and most likely he will never be invited again in the future to participate, unless he had a really good reason for terminating, such as some kind of major disaster beyond his control, creating an emergency that merited the urgent need for the funds.
Q: It says GENO (Geneology) template is provided. I did not see anything attached, please resend.
Q: May Russian citizens participate? If yes, may they keep money in a Russian bank?
A: Russians may participate, and if they have over 100M in Sberbank, there is a platform that can work with that. I’ve never heard of any other Russian banks being accepted, though.
Q: Are there any countries where their citizens are excluded?
A: North Korea and Iran are excluded from participating in these trade programs, as are their citizens.
Q: I understand that the investor could be either a company or an individual. Are there any requirements to the company?
A: The company can be a C-Corp or LLC or Trust or Foundation . . . as long as they have a Board Resolution appointing the signatory on the bank account to represent the company, as worded in the Corporate KYC template, that is fine.
Q: How much in commissions do intermediaries receive?
A: That depends upon how many intermediaries there are. There are usually 5 points to split between intermediaries. That is generally split 5% equally. So if you are direct to the investor, that means there are three, including two from our side. 5% divided by 3 = 1.67%. So unless there is a variation on the particular deal, your percentage would be 1.67% of the total the investor receives, each time he receives it, if you are direct to the investor.