Private Placement Programs/(PPP)/ High Yield Investment Programs(Hyip)
At Cubiczan, we educate family offices and HNWI on such FED regulated small cap (US$ 3 Mil to 100 Mil) and large cap programs( over US$100 Mil) that are Invite-only.
Platform trading utilizes the expertise of qualified traders who are capable of engaging in the purchase and sale of investment- grade bank debentures in the wholesale market. The trading operation is normally referred to as "controlled" or "managed" bank debenture trading because the supply side of the financial instruments and the “exit buyer” for the financial instruments have already been pre-arranged, and the price of the instruments already contracted for, thereby ensuring that the financial instruments will be sold to the stipulated “exit buyer” at a pre-agreed higher price. Hence, each and every completed trade contractually guarantees a net profit to the trader (and never a net loss).
Traders, for their part, normally trade against a non-depleting, tradeable line-of-credit established on behalf of the client. That's because traders, under present rules, can't use their own assets to trade against. And where does the trader's lines-of-credit come from? Well, traders are not magicians; they can't conjure up money out of thin air. For this, traders work with standard banks that offer credit facilities. No surprises there. These credit-issuing banks, though, impose strict requirements on borrowing, most notably that credit lines must be "capitalized" by an acceptable form of collateral held in the “care, custody and control” of the credit-issuing facility. Hence, the need for trade platforms to implement exacting procedures which fully satisfy the credit- issuing bank's "care, custody and control" standard for activating credit lines and the requirement that interested clients comply fully therewith.