WORLD BANK TOP 25: SELL\ LEASE BG, MTN, SBLC and CD;

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Gennady

Germany

#1 Dec 17, 2008
Dear Sirs,
Our partner sells:
WORLD BANK TOP 25: SELL\ LEASE BG, MTN, SBLC and CD;

1. SS BG-Deutsche-76+2-500milEuro-LO I+FPA;
2. Seasoned MTN-73-82-+2 Morgan-City-Mellon-LOI+FPA.doc ;
3. BG BARCLAYS BANK 84+2 SBP ON EUROCLEAR NO POF;
4. SS BG Deutsche Bank 78+2:
5. BG_UBS_82+2_WINDOW_TIME.doc;
6. SBLC FC HSBC -84+2 - ICC 600 - Seller send swift MT199 first;
7. Lease Bank Guarantee (BG or “Direct Pay Letter of Credit”(8+2);
8. Lease CD (7+2);
9. And more
Gennady France- Germany - Ukraine
Please, send my E-mail: globe.invest.group@gmail.com
anthony maxwell

UK

#2 Dec 18, 2008
my client is looking to lease bg up to 40billion with pre-advice first. he is willing to pay for the charges of the pre advice by conditional mt 103 ,pls advice if u can do this, so we can close the deal before the end of the year.\
contact me on my email ant.mac@live.com or on skype:ant.macfinance.
thanks

“Cake or Death?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Beach

#3 Dec 21, 2008
Deutsche Bank faces buyer strike over bond move;

Deutsche Bank is facing the prospect of a buyers’ strike against its own debt and even debt it tries to sell on behalf of others as investors protest against the bank’s decision not to redeem a bond deal this week.

The German bank shocked bond and equity investors – and raised fears about its own capital strength – on Wednesday when it became the first big bank to say it would not repay the €1bn ($1.42bn) bond as expected in January.

The move makes it more likely that other banks will not repay their own extendable so-called hybrid-capital bonds. Such instruments helped banks expand their balance sheets before the financial crisis and have played an important role in shoring them up since.

“We are treating this issue very seriously and are extremely disappointed with Deutsche Bank,” Richard Thomson, of Henderson Global Investors, said.“They consistently led us to believe that these deals would be called and they led us to believe that it was not an economic issue but a reputational issue.

Bonds or paper = MTN's as associated with hybrid capital... LT2

Markets are still coming to terms with Deutsche Bank’s decision not to call its LT2 bond yesterday. It was a big deal — it’s never happened with these kinds of Lower Tier 2 bonds before.

The market had (reasonably) been expecting DB to call the notes in, at par, on Jan. 16. The bond issue was a 10-year deal, with a call date after 5 years (this January). A callable bond, as a reminder, is a debt that can be redeemed by the issuer prior to maturity — normally at a premium. The capital raised goes towards banks’ Tier 2 capital. That’s obviously different to Tier 1, the important stuff that regulators look at, but it could nevertheless affect it.

“Cake or Death?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Beach

#5 Dec 21, 2008
MT 799 is so last year buddy.. If you are going to pretend to know what terms to use at least be current with the changes implemented last month...

Good stuff though... So is I lease your house can I then place a loan against your house? or do you think in this enviroment that your lender would in fact source said funds... you have leased?

I love you guys... Thank you for the giggle.. really.

“Cake or Death?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Beach

#6 Dec 21, 2008
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Call them up and figure out the bank key's provided... Once again thank you for the laughs..

“Cake or Death?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Beach

#7 Dec 21, 2008
"Instead banks may issue bullet LT2 bonds that just have a final maturity with no call dates,".($1=.7137 Euro)($1=.6422 Pound)

Someone was nice enough to provide the informaion to me so I thought the least I could do would be to pass it on..

bank guarantee buyer

Chennai, India

#8 Dec 21, 2008
I am looking for Secondary Bank Guarantee(SS/Seasoned Bank Guarantee) Only for my buyer, My buyer is a foundation and they are looking to buy Bank Guarantee for 100M to a contract value of 50 B, They can not offer POF as they are foundation and i guess you will be aware of it, In the present Liquidity Crisis where everyone is looking for Liquidity,the foundations and few government organisations are in control of Liquidity and they are one of the very potential and real buyers all others are not much interested in the papers and they are happy to hold their money with themselves, We can have a penalty clause to make sure that both are at a comfortable state,I fact the actual value of the contact the foundation is looking for is 500 B,I have been associated with them for past 4 years and i know their genuineness and i can assure you that they will 100% perform if you can kindly accept their procedures,The price of the instrument BG/SBLC they are looking for is between 65% to 70% of the face value.The procedures they are looking for are:

1.) The seller sends the copy of the bank guarantee and the Buyer will release the Letter of Request with bank coordinates to the seller.

2.) Seller will send the Corporate Invoice via Swift MT 799 (bank to bank) to the seller.

3.) Upon positive & successful verification & authentication, buyer will sign & release the contract to the seller.

4.) Within 10 international banking days, buyer will send Conditional MT 103/23 to the sellers bank.

5.) Upon receipt of Conditional MT103/23, Sellers bank will send the BG via MT 760 to the sellers bank.

6.) within 1 banking day of receipt of MT760, buyer will lift the condition on conditional MT103/23, thus making payment to the seller.

7.) Sellers bank will send the hard copy of the BG via bank bonded courier within 7 days
Fuzzy But

Jacksonville, FL

#9 Dec 22, 2008
Here are the rates... call any bank you want you are well within tolerances you specified.. I would have a concern that when the due date arrives the bank may decide to not pay, but that is a risk you are taking and I am sure you have a fantastic grasp upon the process and risks... Being here and asking for $100m or $1B PROVES that you are extremely savy...
"Instead banks may issue bullet LT2 bonds that just have a final maturity with no call dates,".($1=.7137 Euro)($1=.6422 Pound)
Gennady

Germany

#10 Dec 22, 2008
Dear Sirs,
Our partner sells:
LEASE BG; SBLC; WORLD BANK TOP 50
PROCEDURE ONE:
1. Lessor and Lessee execute, sign and initial this Deed of Agreement, which thereby automatically becomes a full commercial recourse contract.

2. Within 3 days after both parties sign the Agreement, Lessor will issue a signed and sealed Corporate Refund Recourse Undertaking to the Lessee guarantying to refund Lessee all the cost incurred by lessee for the bank transmission charges.

3. Within 3 working days after Lessee receives Lessor's signed and sealed Corporate Refund Recourse Undertaking, Lessee will make payment by wire transfer into the Lessor’s bank account for the bank transmission charges for the BG/SBLC MT760 swift transmission to Lessee’s bank account.

4. Within Three (3) banking days after confirmation of receipt of payment of the bank transmission charges for the BG/SBLC MT760 swift in Lessor’s bank account, the Lessor will deliver the BG/SBLC via bank confirmation of swift BG/SBLC MT760 to the Lessee’s bankers including the hard copy of the BG/SBLC via bank bonded courier in Seven (7) banking days.

5. Lessee pays Lessor the leasing fee and the brokers their commission fees not later than 7 banking days after the BG/SBLC hard copy is received and confirmed at lessee’s bank. Should Lessee default to pay the leasing fees to the lessor and the brokers commission fees as agreed after 7 banking days of confirmation of BG/SBLC MT760 in lessee’s bank account, Lessor will instruct the issuing bank to put a claim on the BG/SBLC thereby forcing the Lessee’s bankers to return the BG/SBLC MT760 to the issuing Bank.

Gennady France- UNITED KONGDOM - Ukraine
Please, send my E-mail: globe.invest.group@gmail.com
__________
12.23.08

“Cake or Death?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Beach

#11 Dec 23, 2008
Deutsche Bank faces buyer strike over bond move;

Deutsche Bank is facing the prospect of a buyers’ strike against its own debt and even debt it tries to sell on behalf of others as investors protest against the bank’s decision not to redeem a bond deal this week.

The German bank shocked bond and equity investors – and raised fears about its own capital strength – on Wednesday when it became the first big bank to say it would not repay the €1bn ($1.42bn) bond as expected in January.

The move makes it more likely that other banks will not repay their own extendable so-called hybrid-capital bonds. Such instruments helped banks expand their balance sheets before the financial crisis and have played an important role in shoring them up since.

“We are treating this issue very seriously and are extremely disappointed with Deutsche Bank,” Richard Thomson, of Henderson Global Investors, said.“They consistently led us to believe that these deals would be called and they led us to believe that it was not an economic issue but a reputational issue.

Bonds or paper = MTN's as associated with hybrid capital... LT2

Markets are still coming to terms with Deutsche Bank’s decision not to call its LT2 bond yesterday. It was a big deal — it’s never happened with these kinds of Lower Tier 2 bonds before.

The market had (reasonably) been expecting DB to call the notes in, at par, on Jan. 16. The bond issue was a 10-year deal, with a call date after 5 years (this January). A callable bond, as a reminder, is a debt that can be redeemed by the issuer prior to maturity — normally at a premium. The capital raised goes towards banks’ Tier 2 capital. That’s obviously different to Tier 1, the important stuff that regulators look at, but it could nevertheless affect it.
"Instead banks may issue bullet LT2 bonds that just have a final maturity with no call dates,".($1=.7137 Euro)($1=.6422 Pound)

Someone was nice enough to provide the information to me so I thought the least I could do would be to pass it on..
riccardo

Bresso, Italy

#12 Dec 24, 2008
purchase obligations for institutional customers m.t.n bank to bank contact me corporateprivatebank@gmail.com
riccardo

Bresso, Italy

#13 Dec 24, 2008
purchase obligations for institutional customers m.t.n bank to bank contact

“Cake or Death?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Beach

#14 Dec 24, 2008
Deutsche Bank became the first big bank to say it would not exercise an option to redeem its 1 billion euro ($1.4 billion) Lower Tier 2 bank bond, due to mature in January 2014 but with a call date in January 2009.

Its reason for doing so was cost, because it was cheaper to pay a penalty of 88 basis points over Euribor for not redeeming the debt.

http://www.forbes.com/afxnewslimited/feeds/af...
Gennady

Germany

#15 Dec 24, 2008
Dear Sirs, Our partner sells:
Here is another bank instrument for sale. It is Landsman MTN for 200M Euro. Below is the procedure for closing. Seller is ready and willing to work with the buyer.

Procedure:

1. LOI showing interest in the paper.
2. Seller will issue a pre-advice by Swift MT799 to Buyer’s Bank.
3. Buyer’s Bank then will in turn issue an irrevocable conditional payment order via MT103/23.
4. upon the receipt and verification of the MT103/23, the Seller’s bank will issue an operative Swift MT760 to Buyer’s Bank.

Invoice Price: 75+2%.
We are ready to start to work immediately
Gennady France- Germany - Ukraine
Please, send my E-mail: globe.invest.group@gmail.com

“Cake or Death?”

Since: Dec 08

Palm Beach

#16 Dec 24, 2008
Gennady wrote:
Dear Sirs, Our partner sells:
Here is another bank instrument for sale. It is Landsman MTN for 200M Euro. Below is the procedure for closing. Seller is ready and willing to work with the buyer.
Procedure:
1. LOI showing interest in the paper.
2. Seller will issue a pre-advice by Swift MT799 to Buyer’s Bank.
3. Buyer’s Bank then will in turn issue an irrevocable conditional payment order via MT103/23.
4. upon the receipt and verification of the MT103/23, the Seller’s bank will issue an operative Swift MT760 to Buyer’s Bank.
Invoice Price: 75+2%.
We are ready to start to work immediately
Gennady France- Germany - Ukraine
Please, send my E-mail: globe.invest.group@gmail.com
Why would someone over pay for a product the bank will not honor on a call date?

http://www.forbes.com/afxnewslimited/feeds/af...

Direct purchase is.. call it $0.72... you are asking for $0.75 plus $0.02 =$0.77?

"Instead banks may issue bullet LT2 bonds that just have a final maturity with no call dates,".($1=.7137 Euro)($1=.6422 Pound)
hector

Barendrecht, Netherlands

#18 Dec 29, 2008
i can provide bank guarantee,this is my mail adres samsoninvest22@yahoo.com
Gennady

Germany

#19 Dec 30, 2008
Dear Sirs, Our partner sells:
SELL: Slightly Seasoned (2 - 50B) МТN USD

BANK INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION

INSTRUMENT : Medium Term Notes
ISSUANCE : Top 25 West European Banks
TERM : Ten (10) years and One (1) day
INTEREST : 7.5% payable annually
CATEGORY : Slightly Seasoned
CONTRACT SIZE : 50 Billion US Dollars with R & E
FIRST TRANCHE : Five Hundred Million USD (US$500-M)
FURTHER TRANCHES : To Be Agreed
CONTRACT START : MT103-23 conditional movement of funds (500 M USD)
INVOICE PAYMENT : Fed Wire or EUROCLEAR
INVOICE PRICE : Sixty Two percent plus one percent (62%+1%) of face value.

DENOMINATIONS USD 10M, 20M, 50M, 100M

We are ready to start to work immediately
Gennady France- Germany - Ukraine
Please, send my E-mail: globe.invest.group@gmail.com
Did you really say that

Jacksonville, FL

#20 Dec 30, 2008
Gennady wrote:
Dear Sirs, Our partner sells:
SELL: Slightly Seasoned (2 - 50B) МТN USD
BANK INSTRUMENT DESCRIPTION
INSTRUMENT : Medium Term Notes
ISSUANCE : Top 25 West European Banks
TERM : Ten (10) years and One (1) day
INTEREST : 7.5% payable annually
CATEGORY : Slightly Seasoned
CONTRACT SIZE : 50 Billion US Dollars with R & E
FIRST TRANCHE : Five Hundred Million USD (US$500-M)
FURTHER TRANCHES : To Be Agreed
CONTRACT START : MT103-23 conditional movement of funds (500 M USD)
INVOICE PAYMENT : Fed Wire or EUROCLEAR
INVOICE PRICE : Sixty Two percent plus one percent (62%+1%) of face value.
DENOMINATIONS USD 10M, 20M, 50M, 100M
We are ready to start to work immediately
Gennady France- Germany - Ukraine
Please, send my E-mail: globe.invest.group@gmail.com
Gennady wrote:
Dear Sirs, Our partner sells:
Here is another bank instrument for sale. It is Landsman MTN for 200M Euro. Below is the procedure for closing. Seller is ready and willing to work with the buyer.
Procedure:
1. LOI showing interest in the paper.
2. Seller will issue a pre-advice by Swift MT799 to Buyer’s Bank.
3. Buyer’s Bank then will in turn issue an irrevocable conditional payment order via MT103/23.
4. upon the receipt and verification of the MT103/23, the Seller’s bank will issue an operative Swift MT760 to Buyer’s Bank.
Invoice Price: 75+2%.
We are ready to start to work immediately
Gennady France- Germany - Ukraine
Please, send my E-mail: globe.invest.group@gmail.com
Why would someone over pay for a product the bank will not honor on a call date?

http://www.forbes.com/afxnewslimited/feeds/af ...

Direct purchase is.. call it $0.72... you are asking for $0.75 plus $0.02 =$0.77?

"Instead banks may issue bullet LT2 bonds that just have a final maturity with no call dates,".($1=.7137 Euro)($1=.6422 Pound)

It would seem over the weekend you price droped..
INVOICE PRICE : Sixty Two percent plus one
from
Invoice Price: 75+2%
63%- 77%= 14% Over night drop?
Have I menttioned this article in Forbes Magazine about how bank paper when called is being sent back to a default 88bps over Euribor? Hmmmm? See above in blue click the link reada little and save yourself a lot of money.

Happy Holidays!
ughghahagha

AOL

#21 Dec 30, 2008
Common JW, you missed post number 2. He wants pre-advise on a $40 Billion leased BG.
Bernie Should Fry

Jacksonville, FL

#22 Dec 30, 2008
ughghahagha wrote:
Common JW, you missed post number 2. He wants pre-advise on a $40 Billion leased BG.
I would do it for free.. as long as it was a public flogging… I will answer him.. what does he want to know?
Euro’s are week and getting weaker.. the off color humor in the banking industry is that the Euro will be dead in 10 years…
The banks of Europe have decided their bank bonds are worth exactly 88bps over euribor.. considering the owner of said bond (any form tier 2) has written down is depreciation over the term of ownership…
http://taxguide.completetax.com/text/Q14_2900...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Depreciation
Before you bother me with these are our laws.. we stole our laws from them.. the language may differ but he over all holds true..
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/T...
Pick a country and download your depreciation schedule.. are we good? Good.
So the person/entity/trust that has custody of the financial instrument can transfer custody before a call date and trade up so to speak depending on the age of the financial instrument (they get cheaper the closer the maturity date). Trading up or timing is traditional. Call it a pyramid scheme in broad strokes as opposed to a ponzi.. a lot of lifelong banker’s would say I have said to much.. I doubt anyone of depth is present to call me on it here.
Point being (sorry, got off on a rant) that all euro (trash) paper tier two or worse if it were to be called would be worth 88bps over euribor..
http://www.forbes.com/afxnewslimited/feeds/af...

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