Credit Suisse SBLC as Collateral
Posted in the Banking Forum
#1 Sep 4, 2010
I'm working with a Collateral Provider that will issue a Credit Suisse SBLC to a Lender that will take it in exchange for whatever loan amount he is willing to do, plus 6% interest.
I'm currently working on this actual project:
I have a $40M Project that I need funding for.
This Collateral Provider is willing and able to send the SBLC to a Lender that has capacity to do the $40M loan in just one lump payment.
The SBLC is Cash Back, Irrevocable, Unconditional, Transferable, Assignable, and Divisible. Lender will be the Owner of such SBLC.
This is not a Leased Instrument.
The Lender will be able to Trade with this SBLC or do whatever he sees fit.
After 1 year, the lender can simply Cash it. No need to return the SBLC.
The Collateral Provider only needs a Comfort Bank Letter to verify the Lenders capacity to do the loan..Even a Sanitized print-out or bank statement will do just fine for the Collateral Provider.
Here is in a Nutshell, the Collateral Program:
1-There must be a viable Project needing at least $40M in funding.
2-There must be a Lender willing and capable of Lending on the project, in 1 shot.
3-My Collateral Provider will issue an SBLC to the Lender's name, for 106% of the Loan amount, as the actual Collateral.
4-The Lender will first get the SBLC from the Collateral Provider, before he wires out any funds.
5-The Collateral Provider will create a JV with my Company.
6-The Collateral Provider will receive the funds from the Lender, not my Company.
7-The Lender will do the loan with 1 lump sum, not in installments.
8-The Lender is now the owner of the SBLC and can do Trading or whatever he wants with it.
9-The Lender can cash in the SBLC after the 1 year. No need to return the SBLC.
10-The Collateral Provider will take 40% of the Funds received from the Lender.
11-My Company nets 60% of the initial Loan Amount.
12-My Company starts funding all projects from the proceeds, with very attractive terms, interest rate and options to the Borrowers.
In this scenario, The Lender shouldnt be doing any due diligence on the project or Applicant, since hes getting the SBLC covering 106% of his funds, up-front.
As long as the Lender is willing to take the Credit Suisse SBLC , there should not be any further qualifications/requirements to get the loan done.
Of course, I will be willing to work with other Collateral Providers that can work with me under similar circumstances. Im open to talk to either Lenders or Collateral Providers
Further details can be provided if interested.
Contact me at [email protected]
#2 Sep 4, 2010
If you are working with Giovanni, this wont work. Already had introduced him to a project where lender was willing to put up the money, however he couldnt produce.
#5 Jun 23, 2011
please send me a contact number and email so we can discuss your program.
#6 Jun 23, 2011
please send me more information and a contact number to speak to you reference your 106 sblc guarantee.
#8 Aug 1, 2011
I have lenders lined up for a big project. However collateral is the clitch in my scenario. My lenders are prepared to offer anywhere from 14-100MUSD. They can do it fast, but only if we have proof of a real sufficient asset, held in a top 25 bank. If you have a real source of collateral with fees AFTER FUNDING, please contact me at [email protected], lets put make a deal happen.
#9 Aug 1, 2011
Sorry about the email blunder,
the email address is [email protected] .
Add your comments below
|Message to the Mayor of Buffalo, New York.||1 min||David Cheever||1|
|Cheever's past is now exposed for Criminal Inve...||8 min||David Cheever||5|
|Two Flying Dragons are Instructed to Find Micha...||10 min||David Cheever||4|
|The Dragon Justice Surfaces only when You have ...||13 min||David Cheever||2|
|Five big banks face criminal charges and $5 bil... (May '15)||7 hr||swedenforever||54|
|Cheever Left A Trail of Written Evidence to Ind...||14 hr||A Trail of Guilt||1|
|Dow is poised to Plunge 6% and more by Year End...||19 hr||A Down Market||1|
Find what you want!
Search Banking Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC