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Terms And Conditions

If you choose to enter the small cap platform you will need to confirm that you are classed as an accredited investor.  The Trust will collect information about you. You will be required to fill in legal forms and be interviewed.

By using the website you agree, to the exclusion of any liability, including without limitation that arising from any loss of profit or any other damage direct or consequential, in respect of any errors and/or omissions by us and/or any relevant third parties in respect of the content.

This website is published solely for informational purposes and has no regard to specific investment objectives, financial situation or particular needs of any person. Any opinions or estimates included herein constitute a judgment as of the date of publication and are subject to change without notice. You acknowledge that as the website and it’s contents are updated, you automatically receive those updates.

It is the responsibility of users of this website to ensure they are aware of the current documentation and information published on this website from time to time. No reliance may be placed for any purpose on the information and opinions contained in this website or their accuracy or completeness and no representation, warranty or undertaking, express or implied, is given as to the accuracy or completeness of the information or opinions contained in this website.

FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY

THIS GENERAL PRIVATE INFORMATION IS IN NO WAY AN OFFER, INVITATION, OR SOLICITATION TO INVEST, BUY OR SELL PRIVATE PLACEMENT PROGRAMS.

RISK WARNING

All investments carry an element of risk, which may stem from their illiquidity, leverage, investment horizon and general risks associated with investments. These risks may include; capital loss , dilution of shareholder value, that dividends will not be declared, and illiquidity risk due to the absence of a viable secondary market for a particular product.

The value of investments may rise or fall due to the volatility of world markets, interest rates or changes in the rate of exchange for the currency in which the investment is denominated. Some investments can experience significant volatility and value fluctuations in a very short space of time, which may present an increased risk of losing your original capital.

FINANCIAL SERVICES AND MARKETS ACT 2000 (FSMA) FINANCIAL PROMOTIONS ORDER

In accordance with the HKSFC, SEC, FSMA and compliance of Financial Conduct Authority’s Conduct of Business Source book (COBS), Prestige Capital Partners is providing the information contained within it’s website for information and reference purposes ONLY. The website is a sole purpose introducing entity in order to provide online introduction and intermediary services for service providers and individuals offering investments in property or private company investment offerings. The website and its contents should NOT be construed as a financial promotion and is exempt from the provisions of FSMA.

Potential enquiries may be required by third parties to disclose and verify their investor status as suitable prior to receiving any promotional materials. Materials of this nature have either been approved by a firm who is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority for distribution OR exempt from FSMA as is the case with property or physical asset investment.

Prestige Capital Partners does not provide information, advice or undertake any regulated financial services and any individual or body corporate should seek professional financial or legal advice before investing with any firm or associated third party.

This website should not be construed as a financial promotion, invitation, inducement or solicitation to invest AND may be exempt from the financial promotion restriction in section 21 of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 on the grounds that this website is solely for the use of persons falling within the following categories of investor:

1 Certified High Net Worth Individuals in accordance with COBS 4.7.7(2)(a);
2 Certified Sophisticated Investors in accordance with COBS 4.7.7(2)(b);
3 Self-certified sophisticated investors in accordance with COBS 4.7.7(c);
4 Retail clients of a firm authorised and regulated by the FCA which is complying with the suitability rules;
5 Professional clients in accordance with COBS 3.5.1 R;
6 Retail Investors who confirm that they will only invest 10% of their net assets in non-readily realizable securities by agreeing to the restricted investor statement set out in COBS 4.7.10 R.

Wealth Building Program | Small Cap Investment Funds

This is an overview to private wealth building programs. The overview is designed to help you understand what they are, how they work, and things you may want to consider.

Wealth Building Programs

By providing direct access into exclusive, private primary markets, investors are open to global banking and investment opportunities. Trade platforms can provide different wealth building strategies focused on generating superior risk-adjusted absolute returns.  These platforms not only makes an investment portfolio exclusive but creates custom tailored solutions for any financial goal.

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Bank Guarantee BG – Bank Instrument Providers | Letters Of Credit

Bank Guarantee For Funding Projects

Project owners can apply for lines of credit with their own bank to support the financing of their project. Normally the credit line needs to have some collateral backing it, which is where a bank guarantee letter (BG) can come into play. There are options for project owners to either buy or lease the bank instrument. A bank guarantee such as an SBLC is backed by collateral for one year and one day.  The corporation who provides the collateral then becomes the ‘Provider’ of the SBLC. You can use the leased SBLC for 366 days and then decide whether or not you want to renew the lease? Renewals are not a given and are offered on a case by case basis. If the bank guarantee isn’t renewed, then it has be returned unencumbered and free of any liens.

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Standby Letter Of Credit | SBLC Financing | Lease An SBLC

In today’s financial markets there is misinformation pertaining to Bank Guarantee and Standby Letter of Credit transactions, largely due to the lack of correct information available. In order to keep informed one must go out of their way to learn about the industry and how it operates.

The Bank Instrument industry is a world where real information, truthful processes and real bank instrument providers are hard to come by. Here we will try to provide some useful information so that you can educate yourself further on how this industry operates. In this section we will talk about Standby Letters of Credit.

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Financial Statements Information

Fully prepared financial statements can provide funders a lot of information about the company’s current state of affairs. When you start a new business venture, the financial statements can be included with a business plan. Whether your a startup business preparing financial records or a company looking to grow and requires expansion capital, all company financial reports work on the same principles. Companies can use bank instruments to help manage cash flow problems within your organisation as well as using them as a method of trade finance. We have outlined the financial statement format as an example you can use:

Income Statements ( profit / loss / revenue / forecast)
Statements of Cash Flow (historic and current)
Balance Sheets (assets / liabilities)
Financial Ratios and/or break even analysis

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Private Funding Opportunities | Europe

Private Funding Opportunities | Europe

Private Funding | European Projects | Prestige Capital Partners Funding Private Projects in Europe

It is possible to apply for a grant in OECD member countries from Governments and NGO Foundations but you might discover that not all projects get covered by grants. It can be difficult to find organisations willing to help finance a project in particular; those projects that have a unique selling point that counteract current problems but comes with a high-risk approach.

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Structured Finance For International Projects

Structured Finance For International Projects

 

Let’s say a developer needs funding, when they apply for project finance, the lender might put together a structured finance solution to suit the developer’s project requirements. But what does structured finance mean and how do they do it?

What is Structured Finance

The lender will look at the development project to determine what it’s requirements are and then structure a finance model according to the projects needs. If the borrower has been refused funding for whatever reason, this might be the best route to go down. So in other words, structured finance not only benefits the borrower but also protects the funder.

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Investing Capital In Your Business For Growth And Expansion

World Economy | Balance Sheet | Structured Note

World Economy

The 80’s was the start of the bull market economy. You could invest your money in bonds which were paying out at a flat 15% interest rate, risk free. It was a good time to invest in companies because the corporations were forced to compete with 15% rates to be more efficient and investing their capital wisely.

Winding the clock forward to present day, the federal reserve have been printing money excessively and have been giving corporations access to cheap loans. As a result, companies are over valued through stock purchases, share buybacks which means they are not investing in their future growth. The over supply of money printing is reshaping the global economy which is non sustainable and there is now too much corporate/ private debt. Read more

Wind Power Funding | Renewable Energy Finance

Wind power funding | Wind Farm Project Finance available | Prestige Capital Partners Wind energy is the motion of air molecules driven by the Earths rotation this causes difference in atmospheric pressure. The term “wind power” describes the air flow that generates mechanical power.

Wind Power Technology

We have been using wind power for various reasons since ancient times. In the Middle East, buildings have been specifically constructed to act as windcatchers for ventilation. Windcatchers can be used to manage airflow in and around buildings and harnessed in different ways: uni-directional, bi-directional, and multi-directional. The construction of a windcatcher in architecture depends on the direction of airflow at that specific location.

Further developments in wind power technologies has allowed us to build larger, robust equipment. This has enabled humans to explore far off lands through ship building and prosper through agriculture – wind mill technology. Read more