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Dear Friends,

Man Global Investments Ltd (MGIL) is a legitimate Loan and Investments company that is legally registered to provide Standby Letter of Credit {SBLC}, Bank Guarantee {BG}, Business Loans, Project Financing and funding for all types of profitable projects locally and internationally. We also offer very flexible loan terms and our loan interest rate is just 3% per year.

Please see our instrument description and leasing procedure as follow.

DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENT:

1. Instrument:                Cash Backed Bank Guarantee {BG}
2. Total Face Value:       Eur/USD 1 Million (Min) to Eur/USD 50 Billion (Max)
3. Issuing Bank:            HSBC Hong Kong, Barclays Bank London, Citibank New York, Deutsch Bank Germany or any AAA Rated Bank.
4. Age:                         One Year and  One Day (with rolls and extensions where applicable)
5. Leasing Price:           4% of Face Value plus 2% brokers commission (Applicable only if there are brokers in the transaction)
6. Delivery:                    SWIFT MT-760
7. Payment:                  MT103  Wire Transfer
8. Hard Copy:                Bonded Courier within 7 banking days.

All our financial instruments are cash backed so it can be used to secure loans from banks and to bid & secure contracts. It can also be used for import/export transactions and most importantly these instruments can be invested into High Yield Trading Program or Private Placement Programme (PPP).

OUR SERVICES ARE:

  • Loans: (Personal Loans, Business Loans, Secured Loans, Unsecured Loans, International Project Financing etc)
  • Purchase Bank Instruments (Bank Guarantees and Standby Letter of Credit)
  • Lease Bank Instruments (BG, SBLC, DLC, Letters of Credit)
  • Letters of Credit (DLC, L/C, Usance LC)
  • Investments and Wealth Management
  • Insurance Underwriting Services
  • PPP and Trading Platforms
  • Corporate Finance
  • Private Equity

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR INTERMEDIARIES AND BROKERS: New Brokers are 100% welcomed and protected. Our brokers are paid 2% commission on every transaction they bring to us. If you want to be our  broker or company representative kindly contact us through email for more information. Here are a few of the many benefits of being a  Man Global Investments Ltd broker:

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  • Professional Broker Support
  • Healthy Commissions Paid on every Deal
  • Be Direct to the client, NOT in a Broker Chains!
  • Earn between 1% to 2% Commission on Every Deal
  • Brokers are 100% Protected Against Possible Circumvention.
  • Wide Range of Financial Instruments, Bank Guarantee Programs and Client Funding Services
  • If you are interested to become our broker or company representative, kindly send us your resume via email for more information.

 

 


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Lease bank Instruments (Letters of Credit, Bank Guarantee, SBLC, DLC)

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We are DIRECT providers of Bank Guarantees, SBLC, DLC, Letters of Credit, MTN, Usance LC etc.
Description of Instruments:1. Instrument:              Bank Guarantee (BG) /StandBy Letter of Credit (SBLC)
2. Total Face Value:      Eur/USD 1Million (Min) to Eur/USD 50Billion (Max)
3. Issuing Bank:            Barclays Bank London, HSBC Bank London, Lloyds TSB, Deutsch Bank AG,  Frankfurt  or any AA Rated Bank.
4. Age:                        One Year and  One Day
5. Leasing Price:           4% of Face Value plus 2% brokers commission (only if there is a broker involved in the transaction)
6. Delivery:                   Bank-To-Bank Swift.
7. Payment:                  Wire Transfer
8. Hard Copy:                Bonded Courier within 7 banking days.

PROCEDURE:
1. Both parties (Lessor and Lessee) execute, sign and initiate the Deed of Agreement, which thereby automatically becomes a full commercial recourse contract.

2. Within 1 day after Both parties sign the Agreement, Lessor will issue a Notarized 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 (For swift MT760 BG/SBLC or Pre-advice MT799 or both as the case may be) after due execution of the contract.

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 or Pre-advice MT799 swift transmission or both.

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 banker 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 21 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 21 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.

6. Any unauthorized calls or communication to bank (s) by any party or their representatives  transaction is highly prohibited and can result to contract termination.
7. The bank transmission fee depends on the face value of the BG. Tell us the face value of your required BG / SBLC and we will tell you the cost.
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MONETIZATION PROGRAM FOR LEASED AND OWNED INSTRUMENTS

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How to Obtain a Standby Letter of Credit

Obtaining a standby letter of credit is similar to obtaining a commercial loan, though with a few key differences. As with any business loan, you will need to provide proof of your creditworthiness to the bank.

Unlike a loan, the process for approval for a SBLC is much quicker, with letters often being issued within a week of all paperwork being submitted. Also unlike traditional loans, the bank will require a fee of between one and ten percent of the SBLC amount before issuing the letter. This fee is usually charged per year that the letter of credit is in effect. If the terms of the contract are fulfilled early, you can cancel the SBLC and not incur additional charges.

For small business owners, the standby letter of credit can be a powerful tool for establishing trust with suppliers and vendors. Obtaining an SBLC is proof that you and your company have good credit, and can put many suppliers at ease about providing you favorable financing terms. Furnishing a financial SBLC can often allow you to negotiate payment and financing terms with suppliers from a position of strength in order to get the best interest rates and payment schedule, while maintaining a good relationship with your suppliers.

If you provide services, on the other hand, offering to furnish performance standby letters of credit can be extremely useful to helping your business secure large contracts. Putting your clients at ease by being willing to guarantee your work financially can overcome many of the objections business owners face in the selling process.

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Entering into a commercial or financial transaction always involves certain risks for the seller or the financier. The most serious risk is that of not being paid. There are many methods available to help ensure payment. One such method is through the use of a letter of credit.
The letter of credit substitutes the credit of a third party, usually a bank, for that of the buyer or debtor. In transactions in which a commercial letter of credit is used, the bank agrees to pay the seller for the goods sold, usually upon presentation of a document stating that the goods have been received by the buyer. In transactions in which a standby letter of credit is used, the bank agrees to pay the financier if the debtor defaults upon his obligation to pay. In both cases, the seller or financier is assured of payment, provided the conditions of the letter of credit are satisfied. Upon payment by the bank, the buyer or debtor is obligated to reimburse the bank.

Three legal relationships exist in a letter of credit transaction. First is the contractual relationship between the seller and buyer or the financier and debtor evidenced by a contract for the sale of goods or a contract to lend money. The underlying contract, in addition to creating an obligation of payment or performance, requires the buyer or debtor to arrange for a bank (the issuer) to issue a letter of credit to the seller or financier (the beneficiary). Second is the contractual relationship between the bank and the buyer or debtor (the bank’s customer). The customer arranges for the bank to issue the letter of credit in favor of the beneficiary, and the customer agrees to pay the bank for the amounts paid under the letter of credit. Third is the relationship between the issuer and the beneficiary. This relationship is evidenced by the letter of credit. In most cases, Article Five of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) governs the use and interpretation of letters of credit. The UCC defines a letter of credit as “an engagement by a bank or other person made at the request of a customer that the issuer will honor drafts or other demands for payment upon compliance with the conditions specified in the letter of credit. There is no particular form required for a letter of credit other than that it must be in writing and signed by the issuer. No consideration is necessary.

These three relationships are separate and distinct. The letter of credit is independent from the underlying business transaction between the bank’s customer and the beneficiary of the letter of credit. This independence from the underlying contract creates a primary obligation on the part of the bank to the beneficiary and is the key to the utility of a letter of credit. The bank’s obligation to honor the letter of credit is not conditioned upon performance or nonperformance of the underlying contract. Instead, the bank’s only obligation is to determine whether the drafts or demands for payment made by the beneficiary comply with the conditions specified in the letter of credit.

If the letter of credit requires presentation of documents for payment, then the bank must examine the documents with care to ascertain whether, on their face, they appear to comply with the terms of the letter of credit. If the conditions specified in the letter of credit have been satisfied, the bank must pay the beneficiary unless a required document is forged or fraudulent, or there is fraud in the transaction. If the fraud or forgery is not apparent on the face of the document, the bank may not refuse payment even if notified by its customer that there has been a fraud or a forgery committed. A court may, however, enjoin payment in such a case.

Upon payment of the letter of credit by the bank, the customer has no cause of action against the bank for improperly honoring the demand for payment unless the bank accepted noncomplying documents and did not use care and good faith in examining them. When the beneficiary makes a demand for payment of the letter of credit, he warrants to all interested parties that the necessary conditions of the letter of credit have been satisfied. If the beneficiary has made an improper demand for payment and did in fact receive payment, then the customer has a cause of action against the beneficiary for breach of this warranty.

 

Skype: www.manglobalinvestme
NOTICE: Brokers are 100% welcomed and protected. Our brokers are paid handsome commission for every successful transaction. If you want to be our broker or company representative kindly send us email for more information.

How to get a Standby Letter of Credit (SBLC, LC)

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How to Obtain a Standby Letter of Credit

Obtaining a standby letter of credit is similar to obtaining a commercial loan, though with a few key differences. As with any business loan, you will need to provide proof of your creditworthiness to the bank.

Unlike a loan, the process for approval for a SBLC is much quicker, with letters often being issued within a week of all paperwork being submitted. Also unlike traditional loans, the bank will require a fee of between one and ten percent of the SBLC amount before issuing the letter. This fee is usually charged per year that the letter of credit is in effect. If the terms of the contract are fulfilled early, you can cancel the SBLC and not incur additional charges.

For small business owners, the standby letter of credit can be a powerful tool for establishing trust with suppliers and vendors. Obtaining an SBLC is proof that you and your company have good credit, and can put many suppliers at ease about providing you favorable financing terms. Furnishing a financial SBLC can often allow you to negotiate payment and financing terms with suppliers from a position of strength in order to get the best interest rates and payment schedule, while maintaining a good relationship with your suppliers.

If you provide services, on the other hand, offering to furnish performance standby letters of credit can be extremely useful to helping your business secure large contracts. Putting your clients at ease by being willing to guarantee your work financially can overcome many of the objections business owners face in the selling process.

 

Skype: www.manglobalinvestments

OUR SERVICES ARE: (Personal Loans, Business Loans, Secured Loans, Unsecured Loans, International Project Financing etc)

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Man Global Investment Ltd is a leading financial services provider that is headquartered in Cambodia to provide personal loan, business loan, SME loan, investment loan, project financing, bank guarantees, SBLCs, letters of credit and funding for all kinds of viable projects locally and internationally.
 
All our Bank Instruments come from Top Prime AAA rated banks such as Citibank New York, HSBC Hong Kong or London, Barclays bank London, Standard Chartered Bank London/Dubai/Hong Kong, UBS Switzerland, Welsfargo, Bank of America, Deusche Bank etc. We can help you to obtain financing for your business or projects, activate credit line, Issue & provide Letters of credit, BG or SBLC for you, provide loans against financial instruments, and monetize financial instruments.
 
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OUR SERVICES ARE:
 
    Loans: (Personal Loans, Business Loans, Secured Loans, Unsecured Loans, International Project Financing etc)
    Purchase Bank Instruments (Bank Guarantees and Standby Letter of Credit)
    Lease Bank Instruments (BG, SBLC, DLC, Letters of Credit)
    Letters of Credit (DLC, L/C, Usance LC)
    Investments and Wealth Management
    
Skype: www.manglobalinvestments

SWIFT MT103 (One Way, Two Ways)

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A standard SWIFT MT103 (Single Customer Credit Transfer) is a general use message of a TT payment instruction which is an unconditional payment.

I would like to confirm that there is no MT103/23 Conditional, but MT103 (usually with Field 23B – bank operation – mandatory codeword CRED), Field 23E – Instruction Code – is where the remitting bank (at the request of the remitter) puts in instructions code instructing the beneficiary’s bank how to effect the payment.

MT 103 in Field 23E specifies an instruction which must contain barely one of the following SWIFT – STP (Straight Through Processing)– Optional/Conditional – just four digits SWIFT -STP accepted codeword:
SDVA: Payment must be executed with same day value to the beneficiary.
INTC: The payment is an intra-company payment, i.e., a payment between two companies belonging to the same group.
REPA: Payment has a related e-Payments reference.
CORT Payment is made in settlement of a trade, e.g., foreign exchange deal, securities transaction.
BONL: Payment is to be made to the beneficiary customer only.
HOLD: Beneficiary customer/claimant will call; pay upon identification.
CHQB: Pay beneficiary customer only by cheque. The optional account number line in field 59 must not be used.
PHOB: Please advise/contact beneficiary/claimant by phone.
TELB: Please advise/contact beneficiary/claimant by the most efficient means of telecommunication.
PHON: Please advise account with institution by phone.
TELE: Please advise account with institution by the most efficient means of telecommunication.
PHOI: Please advise the intermediary institution by phone.
TELI: Please advise the intermediary institution by the most efficient means of telecommunication
…. A so called “MT103/23 conditional payment” is a format which would not be recognized by banks.
You cannot send an MT103 with a condition that the beneficiary’s bank must receive, say presentation – evidencing of certain advisable documents detailed in Field 23E – from the beneficiary before crediting his account.
Such any other message (except merely SWIFT – STP four digits codes) stated by Field 23E will be rejected by the remitting bank, and if sent in Field 23 (which allows for only a few standard codes described above) will be rejected and ignored by the beneficiary’s bank who will credit the beneficiary’s account anyway.
It must be understood that other such messages are not governed by any ICC or SWIFT – STP provisions, and the manual intervention required under the “CONDITIONAL PAYMENT” flag would affect the “Straight Through Processing” (STP) function of the SWIFT MT103 message.
It is unlikely that the – SWIFT payment department – of a bank would wish to involve itself in an area for which it is not qualified, in determining the integrity of the underlying documents, and thereby lift the condition to pay the recipient.
Now for those who request a MT 103/23 , send it to me and see if it works! stop the madness already! Its not easy educating uninformed customers.
Man Global Investments are genuine and reliable providers of loan, international project funders, Lease bank guarantee providers & providers of sblc, dlc and letters of credit.  Others Talk, but Man Global Investments Delivers. So its time you became a customer of Man Global Investments Ltd so you can feel the difference.
Kindly contact us today for all your financial needs.
Skype: www.manglobalinvestments
NOTICE: Brokers are 100% welcomed and protected. Our brokers are paid handsome commission for every successful transaction. If you want to be our broker or company representative kindly send us email for more information.
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LEASE BANK INSTRUMENTS (BG/SBLC AND LC)

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Dear Partner/Associate.

We have direct and efficient providers of Bank Guarantee (BG), Insurance Guarantees, MTN, Confirmable Bank Drafts, Standby Letters of Credit (SBLC) and Third Party Guarantees. 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 services.

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. Leased Instruments can be obtained at minimal costs to lessor compared to other banking finance options. This offer is open to both individuals and corporate bodies.

The Financial institution can finance your signatory projects such as Real Estate Development, Aviation Service, Agriculture Finance, Petroleum Importation, Telecommunication, construction of Dams or Bridges and all kind of projects., we fund 100% of the face value of the financial instrument.
Inquiries from agents/ brokers/ intermediaries are also welcome.

If you are interested in seeking to raise finance for your business/projects in this way, please contact me for more information.

We are the largest and most reliable providers of loan, international project funding, bank guarantees, sblc, dlc and letters of credit.   


NOTICE TO BROKERS/AGENTS/COMPANY REPS: Brokers are the life blood of our business and as a result we respect them, value them and appreciate them. Our brokers are paid 1% commission for every successful transaction they bring to us.  So if you want to be our broker or company representative kindly contact us via email for more information.

 
Skype: www.manglobalinvestments