Seller of MTN looking for Buyer

Seller of MTN looking for Buyer

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Orgonit

Aschaffenburg, Germany

#1 Apr 4, 2013
We are glad to advise you that we have Seller of Fresh Cut Medium Term
Notes (hereinafter referred to as “MTN”) whose details are as follows:-
1. Seller is one of the largest Global Market Makers.
2. Issuing Banks are Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt; UBS AG Zurich, Switzerland
and Credit Suisse Zurich, Switzerland
3. Good Delivery Reliability, Good Price, Good Quality, Good Flexibility and
Good Responsiveness.
4. Invoice Price for Fresh Cut, Funds First MTN is 29+1 % of the Face Value.
5. The Minimum contract amount is 100 Billion Euro/USD.
6. The Maximum contract amount is 500 Billion Euro/USD.
7. The Minimum first tranche amount is 500 Million Euro/USD.
8. The Seller moves first with Pre-Advice Swift MT-799 after Buyer had
passed the due diligence of the Seller.
BUYING ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
Instruments : Medium Term Notes (MTN) Senior
Unsubordinated Bank Debentures 322, with 144C
Exclusions, and subject to the Uniform Customs and
Practices for Documentary Credits, ICC Publication 600
REV.
Format : Per Standard Top World Bank/ICC Format
Issuing bank : Deutsche Bank Frankfurt, UBS AG Zurich, Switzerland
and Credit Suisse Zurich, Switzerland
Contract Size : 100 Billion with Rolls and Extensions
Currency : EURO or USD
Term : Ten (10) years and One day
Age : Fresh Cut
Interest Rate : 7.5% payable annually
First Tranche : Euro Five Hundred Million only (Euro 500,000,000.00) or
to be mutually agreed and subsequent tranches to be
agreed.
Denomination : To be agreed.
Invoice Price : Twenty Nine Percent (29%) of face value
Commission : One Percent (1%) of face value as Consultant Fee to be
paid by the buyer, Half Percent (0.5%) each to Buyer side
and Seller side consultants respectively.
Delivery :Original Hard Copies by bank bonded courier Within
seven (7) international banking days after authentication of
payment.
Complete procedure is sent legitimate interest. Please report any time thieves.
Mail : landaupost (at) yahoo.de
tsb

United States

#2 Apr 4, 2013
another joker and an idiot who does not even know his front from the rear. Won't educate him as why.
Licensed to sell securities?Check with Bundesbank before agency boys come and get you.
Why 1% for the fees, idiot? Why not bring it on +1+1+1+1+1+1+1.......... now you are imaginary billionaire in your fantasy land.

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#3 Apr 5, 2013
How can a MTN, which is a DEBT note issued normally by a corporation, suddenly transfor into a CREDIT instrument issued under the terms of the ICC....and which is all subject to the USA's very own restrictions??

Alchemy is one thing, but a MTN can never become a LC, let alone an unsubordinated bank debt instrument!
Kenney Brumfield II

Kissimmee, FL

#11 Feb 14, 2014
MTN's are not available in the secondary market. They are only available through top banks or tier one plats. This guy is living in Disneyland. I wish a real MTN provider comes and I will have our buyer take then now. This guy needs to work at McDonalds because he won't make it in this line of work

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