Money Creation

First and foremost, PPPs exist to ‘create’ money. Money is created by creating debt.

For example, you as an individual can agree to loan $100 to a friend with the understanding that the interest for the loan will be 10%, resulting in a total to be repaid of $110. What you have done is to actually create $10, even though you don’t see that money initially.

Don’t consider the legal aspects of such an agreement, just the numbers. Banks are doing this sort of lending every day, but with much more money giving banks the power, essentially, to create money from nothing. Since PPPs involve trading with discounted bank-issued debt instruments, money is created due to the fact that such instruments are deferred payment obligations, or debts. Money is created from that debt.

Theoretically, any person, company, or organization can issue debt notes (again, ignore the legalities of the process). Debt notes are deferred payment liabilities.

Example: A person (individual, company, or organization) is in need of $100. He generates a debt note for $120 that matures after 1 year, and sells this debt for $100. This process is known as ‘discounting’. Theoretically, the issuer is able to issue as many such debt notes at whatever face value he desires – as long as the buyers believe that he’s financially strong enough to honour them upon maturity.

Debt notes such as Medium Terms Notes (MTN), Bank Guarantees (BG), and Stand-By Letters of Credit (SBLC) are issued at discounted prices by major world banks in the amount of $-billions every day.

Essentially, they ‘create’ such debt notes out of thin air, merely by creating a document.

The core problem is that to issue such a debt note is very simple, but the issuer would have problems finding buyers unless those buyers ‘believe’ that the issuer is financially strong enough to honour that debt note upon maturity. Any bank can issue such a debt note, sell it at a discount, and promise to pay back the full face value at the time the debt note matures. But would that issuing bank be able to find any buyer for such a debt note without being financially strong?

If one of the largest banks in Western Europe sold debt notes with a face value of €1 million at a discounted price of €800,000 most individuals would consider purchasing one, given the financial means and opportunity to verify it beforehand. Conversely, if a stranger approached an individual on the street with an identical bank note, issued by an unknown bank, and offered it for the same sale price; most people would walk away. It is a matter of trust and credibility.

Large Debt Instruments Market

As a consequence of ‘money creation’ above, there is an enormous daily market of discounted bank instruments (e.g., MTN, BG, SBLC, Bonds etc) involving issuing banks and groups of exit-buyers (pension funds, large financial institutions, etc.) all operating in an exclusive Private Placement arena.

All such activities by the bank are done as ‘Off-Balance Sheet Activities’. As such, the bank benefits in many ways. Off-Balance Sheet Activities are contingent assets and liabilities, where the value depends upon the outcome of which the claim is based, similar to that of an option. Off-Balance Sheet Activities appear on the balance sheet ONLY as memoranda items. When they generate a cash flow they appear as a credit or debit in the balance sheet. The bank does not have to consider binding capital constraints, as there is no deposit liability.

Minimum deposit

The minimum deposit to enter a PPP is usually $100 million, however Kern Finance can sometimes enter clients into programs for $50 million and, if the timing is right $10 million.

Large institutions, funds and foundations sometimes deposit funds in their tens of billions to create money for major projects, particularly in the developing world. The World Bank, IMF and other global monetary authorities do not have any concerns about the inflationary effects of this new money, as it is always absorbed through labour and materials.

In these programs, you will enter into a JV with the trade group and have your 50% of profits paid to wherever you instruct them to pay it. Alternatively, you will enter into a generic contract where your profits are simply paid to you from the trading group.

It is possible with some of these programs that you will be able to automatically roll-over your profits – a compound trade. An extraordinarily effective capital enhancement tool. Whereas, many other buy/sell programs required you to withdraw your profits on a regular basis. It all depends on the jurisdiction and other considerations. Examples of PPP and Buy/Sell Program performance is shown below.

PPP Performance (demonstration only):

Placement: $100m

Monthly Returns: Estimate 100%

Frequency: 10 Months/40 Weeks

Total Earnings: $1Bn

The explanation for how the above yields are delivered across PPP’s are presented in High Yield – How PPP’s Yield Your Exceptional Profits (p8 below).

‘Normal’ trading vs private placement

Please read this section carefully to gain a full understanding of how the exceptional profits associated with PPP’s are generated.


All trading programs in the Private Placement arena involve trade with discounted debt notes in some fashion. Further, in order to bypass the legal restrictions, this trading can only be done on a private level. This is the main difference between PPP trading and ‘normal’ trading, which is highly regulated. This is a Private Placement level business transaction that is free from the usual restrictions present in the securities market. It is based on trusted, long-established private relationships and protocols.

Normal trading activity is performed under the ‘open market’ (also known as the ‘spot market’) where discounted instruments are bought and sold with auction-type bids. To participate in such trading, the trader must be in full control of the funds, otherwise he has no means of buying the instruments before reselling them.

However, in addition to the widely recognised open market there is a closed, private market comprising a restricted number of ‘master commitment holders’. These are trusts, foundations and other entities with huge amounts of money that enter contractual agreements with banks to buy a limited number of fresh-cut instruments at a specific price during an allotted period of time. Their job is to resell these instruments, so they contract sub-commitment holders, who in turn contract exit-buyers. This form of pre-planned and contracted buy/sell is known as arbitrage, and can ONLY take place in a private market (the PPP market) with pre-defined prices. Consequently, the traders never need to be in control of the client’s funds.

No program can start unless there is a sufficient quantity of money backing each transaction. It is at this point that you, the client, is needed because the involved banks and commitment holders are not allowed to trade with their own money unless they have reserved enough funds, comprising money that belongs to clients, which is never at risk.

The ‘host’ trading bank is then able to loan money to the trader against your deposit. Typically, this money is loaned at a ratio of 10:1, but during certain conditions it can be as high as 20:1. In other words, if the trader can ‘reserve’ $100 million of client funds, then the bank can loan $1 Billion against it, with which the trader can trade. In all actuality, the bank is giving the trader a line of credit based on how much client funds he controls, since the banks can’t loan leverage money without collateral.

Because bankers and financial experts are well aware of the ‘normal’ open market and of so-called ‘MTN-programs’, but are closed out of this private market, they find it hard to believe that it exists. Bankers in top-tier, global banks (where this trading takes place) are ignorant that this trading exists within their own institutions because it happens at a level far removed from their own mainstream corporate or retail banking operations.

Arbitrage and Leverage

Private Placement trading safety is based on the fact that the transactions are performed as arbitrage. This means that the instruments will be bought and resold immediately with pre-defined prices. A number of buyers and sellers are contracted, including exit-buyers comprising mostly of large financial institutions, insurance companies, or extremely wealthy individuals. The arbitrage contracts, provision of leverage funds from the banks and all settlements follow long-established and rapid processes.

The issued instruments are never sold directly to the exit-buyer, but to a chain of market participants. The involved banks are not allowed to directly participate in these transactions, but are still profiting from them indirectly by loaning money with interest to the trader as a line of credit. This is their leverage. Furthermore, the banks profit from the commissions involved in each transaction.

The client’s principal does not have to be used for the transactions, as it is only reserved as a compensating balance (‘mirrored’) against the credit line provided by the bank to the trader. This credit line is then used to back up the arbitrage transactions. Arbitrage trading does not require the credit line to be used, but it must still be available to back up each and every transaction.

Such programs never fail because they don’t begin before arbitrage participants have been contracted, and each actor knows exactly what role to play and how they will profit from the transactions. The trader is usually able to secure a line of credit typically 10 to 20 times that of the principal (the client’s deposit). Even though the trader is in control of that money, the money still cannot be spent. The trader need only show that the money is unencumbered (blocked), and is not being used elsewhere at the time of the transaction.

This concept can be illustrated in the following example. Assume you are offered the chance to buy a car for $30,000 and that you also find another buyer that is willing to buy it from you for $35,000. If the transactions are completed at the same time, then you will not be required to ‘spend’ the $30,000 and then wait to receive the $35,000. Performing the transactions at the same time nets you an immediate profit of $5,000. However, you must still have that $30,000 and prove it is under your control.

Arbitrage transactions with discounted bank instruments are done in a similar way. The involved traders never actually spend the money, but they must be in control of it. The client’s principal is reserved directly for this, or indirectly in order for the trader to leverage a line of credit.

Confusion is common because the perception is that the money must be spent in order to complete the transaction. Even though this is the traditional way of ‘normal’ trading – buy low and sell high – and also the common way to trade on the open market for securities and bank instruments, it is possible to set up arbitrage transactions if there is a chain of contracted buyers, but only in a private market.

This is why client’s funds in Private Placement Programs are always safe and without any trading risk.

High Yield – How PPP’s Yield Your Exceptional Profits

Compared to the yield from traditional investments, PPP’s deliver a very high yield. 25%-100% (or more) per week is possible.

And this is how:

  • Assume a leverage effect of 10:1, meaning the trader is able to back each buy-sell transaction with ten times the amount of money that you, the client, has deposited with the program.
  • In other words, you have $10 million but the trader, because of his leveraged loan with the bank, is able to work with $100 million.
  • Assume also the trader is able to complete three buy-sell transactions per week, with a 5% profit from each buy-sell transaction:

(5% profit/transaction) x (3 transactions/week) = 15% profit/week

Assume 10x leverage effect = 150% profit…PER WEEK

Even with a 50/50 split of profit between you and your trading group, this still results in a double-digit weekly yield.

This example can still be seen as conservative, since Tier-1 trading groups, like the ones Crossway Capital can connect you with, can achieve a much higher single spread for each transaction, as well as a markedly higher number of weekly trades.


Protection of Placement Funds

Naturally, your first consideration will be the protection of your deposit. There have been many scams associated with PPP’s, and the trade groups understand this. However, from their standpoint, they still have to show the funds as being under their ‘control’ to their host banks, in order to secure the leveraged funds from that bank, which will deliver the exceptional returns you entered the market to achieve.

Different trade groups and the different programs operated between them use a variety of ways to secure your deposit and these range across:

Blocked funds

Your funds remain ‘blocked’ in your own account using a SWIFT MT760. An inter-bank mechanism that prevents you using the funds for any other purpose for the period your program is operating.

Sole signatory

The trade group may ask you to move your funds to an account with their host bank (always a global tier-1 institution) where the account will be under your sole signature. No funds can be moved from the account without your say-so.


The account the traders open for you can also be non-depletion meaning that, no matter what, no funds can be taken from your account by anyone – other than you.


Some programs will accept your deposit funds into an escrow account, always with a top-tier bank and under the control of an attorney or recognised and/or authorised escrow agent.

If you are EVER asked for any kind of up-front fee, under whatever pretext, you are definitely not dealing with a genuine trade group or one of their approved introducers. Run.

Non-Solicitation and Disclosure

As a direct consequence of the PPP environment where these transactions take place, a non-solicitation agreement has to be strictly followed by all parties involved. This agreement strongly influences the way the participants can interact with each other. Sometimes non-solicitation agreements foster scam attempts, due to the fact that at an early stage it is often difficult for the clients to recognize reliable sources to be in contact with.

There is another reason why so few experienced people talk about these transactions. Virtually every contract involving the use of these high-yield instruments contains very explicit non-circumvention and non-disclosure clauses forbidding the contracting parties from discussing any aspect of the transaction for a specified number of years. Hence, it is very difficult to locate experienced contacts who are both knowledgeable and willing to talk openly about PPP’s and the profitability of the transactions in which they figure.


If you are considering entering a program please send the following information:

  • How much deposit you want to place
  • Your country of residence


Please also attach:

  • Your proof of funds (POF) in the form of a screen grab of your current statement. All account identifiers can be redacted. The traders are only interested in seeing the name of the bank, your name on the statement, the date and current balance. They will not respond to your application unless they see this information.
  • A copy of your current passport.

We cannot present you to any group without the above information. They will assess which is the best current option for you and, usually, come back to you directly within 72-hours, after conducting preliminary due diligence, advising if you can be accepted into a program.

Once accepted we recommend you follow their intake and transaction process diligently. Part of that process you will be asked to confirm that your funds have been generated legitimately.

Any arrogant or demanding personality is guaranteed to be refused.

Only the principal owner of the Asset is required as a signatory. Corporations must empower an Officer or Director as sole, exclusive signatory by using a Corporate Resolution.

The asset has to be on deposit in an acceptable bank, in an acceptable jurisdiction.

Rules for participation in private placement programs


None of the customary standards and practices that apply to normal, conventional business, investing and finance apply to private placement programs.

There are certain rules that must be followed in order to enter into a PPP and we are here to help and guide you through the compliance procedure.

It is a “privilege” to participate in a Private Placement Transaction Program, not a “right”. The trading administrators and managers have a virtually endless supply of financially qualified applicants.

All applicants should never underestimate what the trading entities know about him. Failure to provide full disclosure will disqualify the disingenuous.

Clients must first prove that they are qualified before they are allowed to enter the program, not the other way around.

Until the client is accepted by Compliance, the Traders, and Trading Banks, no placement can occur. The U.S. Patriot Act has introduced obligatory compliance procedures.

Face to face interviews with compliance officers and program management are occasionally required, but generally not necessary.

It is fraud to submit documents or financial instruments that are forged, altered or counterfeit. Such documents are promptly referred to the appropriate law enforcement agencies for immediate criminal prosecution.

Contract terms, yield, schedules, etc., are made to fit their needs and schedules – and not the caprices or demands of the investors.

SMALL CAP , BULLET  PROGRAMS & GUARANTEED INCOME INVESTMENTS provides access to Private Placement Programs, Bullet Programs and Guaranteed Income  Investments from several Private Placement Platforms. The programs have built-in security for the investor’s capital. The activities involve the top 25 rated world banks.

Essential points    

Private Placement Programs (PPPs) and Bullet Programs, also known as High Yield Investment Programs (HYIPs) or Spot Programs and Guaranteed Income Investments are subject to change/refresh at any time and subject to availability at the time of application.

Regulations do not allow the actual returns to be quoted, therefore historical performance or indicative results* are shown below.

Actual returns are quoted in contracts on a case-by-case basis and are confidential. A number of factors such as – whether cash or instrument is being used, value (size) of investment, the bank rating and the rating of the jurisdiction where the capital/instrument is held etc all effect and vary the yield.

Investor’s contract is with the particular provider of the selected program and can vary according to the structure of the program at the time of agreement

Private Placement Programs are highly regulated (controlled) and fully managed by the relevant professionals. There is little for the investor to do. provides direct contact with the relevant Platform after the investor clears compliance/due diligence.

In order to be accepted, it is of utmost importance that the submitted documentation is truthful, fully verifiable and compliant with the listed requirements and procedures.


Code No :  KFC-001

Small Cap Program 1

From $ 250 K with no upper limit


40%* monthly return and your capital returned in 45 banking days

Profit ranges between 40 – 80%* monthly depending on amount invested

Investor receives his/her initial investment back within 45 banking days

Investors money is never at risk

Discussion directly with the Principal will be arranged for qualifying investor

Banking Instrument welcome for larger investors

MT 760 block or admin hold – both acceptable

Requirements for compliance

Know Your Client (KYC) as provided by PPP Direct which includes:

Proof of Funds and an Authority to Verify (ATV) funds

Passport – large colour copy

Code No :  KFC-002

Small Cap Program 2

$ 350 K BUY SELL  PROGRAM From $ 350,000


80%* per banking month income

This is a cash only program guaranteed by a bank and involves the movement of funds, but with protection, as explained below

$ 350 K or equivalent in your currency as minimum investment  CURRENCY CONVERTER

Investor receives 10 payouts over the calendar year (10 banking months)

90-day guarantee of performance is provided by the major bank that is involved

Agreed term is for 1 year and one day with the possibility of extending for another year, subject to availability and terms

Can invest from 350 K to 9.9 M USD

Individuals and Corporate entities accepted

Limited spaces on this Europe based opportunity


80% per banking month* for investments between $ 350 K to 500 K ie 10 payments over a calendar year

100% per banking month* for investments between $ 500 K to 1 Million  ie 10 payments over a calendar year

Higher returns* on investments between $ 1 M – 9.9 M. Potential investor will be informed privately

Requirements for compliance

Know Your Client (KYC) Compliance package  – version provided by PPP Direct. This will include:

Proof of Funds of the minimum capital required or the actual amount you want to invest

A large clear colour copy of passport, among other things


Investor submits KYC documentation for Due Diligence (DD) to satisfy necessary compliance regulations

If due diligence is successful, an Agreement is sent to the prospective investor. The Agreement includes all the terms and conditions and details about the program activity, with full disclosure

Potential investor executes and returns the Agreement

Investor transfers funds into the Asset Manager’s designated account in Europe by MT-103 or Bank to Bank Wire, within 5-days of executing the Agreement

Within 5-days of the receipt of the funds the Asset Manager issues a financial bank security for the full value of the investment. The guarantee is issued by a major bank, that is involved in the program

The 90-day guarantee of performance means the investor can reclaim his//her funds in the unlikely event of non-performance, outside of natural causes

The Agreement states that a deduction is made for fees from the investor’s gross payout, resulting in the quoted net amount for the investor.

Code No :  KFC-003

Small Cap Program 3



Earn $ 8 million by allowing a blocking or admin hold of $ 500,000

$ 500 K or equivalent in your currency as minimum investment   CURRENCY CONVERTER

Infrastructure is in place to leverage a small cash investment and monetizing the bank instrument directly to enable this highly lucrative 60 business day private placement program

Can reinvest proceeds to repeat the 60-day program with larger capital using the proceed from the first round. Please read typical scenario below

Main bank that is involved guarantees success by way of a Performance Bond

No transfer of funds! Investor’s funds are blocked by way of an MT-760 or an Administration Hold depending on bank jurisdiction (for One year and One day) in their existing bank account, depending on the bank capability

Or Trade Group can assist to open an account in London for the investor in the same bank as the Trade Group

Returns. Typical scenario

Investor asks his bank to block $ 500,000 in his account and receives a Bank Guarantee (BG) with a face value of 26 million USD

This BG is monetized giving the investor an income of $ 8 M* within 60 business days. In this program the $8 million represents a year’s worth of income paid up-front within 60 days! It is suggested that the investor keeps $ 3 M and reinvests 5 M in a second round

The reinvested 5 M raises a BG with the face value of 260 M USD

This BG is monetized giving the investor an income of $ 80 M* within 60 business days. Again, this amount represents a year’s worth of income paid up-front within 60 days. It is suggested that the investor keeps $ 30 M and reinvests 50 M

The reinvested 50 M raises a BG with the face value of 2.6 Billion USD

This BG is monetized giving the investor an income of $ 800 M* within 60 business days. Again, this amount represents a year’s worth of income paid up-front within a month.

Investor can repeat such investment cycles for the duration of the blocks. The MT760 blocks being for 1-year and 1-day. Each respective blocked amount is unblocked after 1-year and 1-day from the date of each block, making the blocked amounts available to the investor.

Investor can invest any amount (in multiples of $0.5m) and can re-enter every 60 days and can also run multiple trades at the same time!

Requirements for compliance

Know Your Client (KYC) compliance package – version provided by PPP Direct

Proof of Funds of the minimum capital required or the amount you want to invest by way of bank statement, tear sheet, bank letter, or online printout

Passport copy


Investor submits documents for Due Diligence (DD) for compliance

If due diligence is successful, a short conference call is arranged with the program facilitator

If accepted onto the program the full compliance pack, which includes various declarations and authority agreements, is required to be submitted

Contract is agreed

Investor arranges with his bank to block the funds to the value of the investment and issues the MT-760 to the Trade Entity, as agreed

The BG is raised and monetized by the Trade Entity, and the investor is paid approximately 30% of the face value of the BG within 60 business days

Banks charge a fee for blocking and issuing MT-760. Please speak to your bank and negotiate the fee. Alternative arrangements are available where blocking in the present account is not possible

Code No :  KFC-004

Small Cap Program 4


Investment allowed is between 1 m to 500 m USD or Euros

Earn over 100* million within 63 banking days by investing 1 million

Round 1: Invest 1 million to lease  approx 7 million Bank Guarantee and earn an approx net  5* million in 21 banking days

Round 2:  Re-invest the 5 million to lease approx 35 million Bank Guarantee and earn an approx net 25* million in 21 banking days

Round 3:  Invest 20 million from the 25 million profit to lease approx 140 million Bank Guarantee and earn an approx net  100* million in 21 banking days

All the above figures are rounded and presented as an illustration

Further details available for qualifying investors

Requirements compliance

Know Your Client (KYC) compliance document – version provided by PPP Direct

Which includes Proof of Funds and Passport photocopy, among other information.


Code No :  KFC-005

Small Cap Program 5



This is not a PPP or a trade program. It is a guaranteed income investment provided by and guaranteed by a US Insurance Company, backed by two other large corporations

$ 12 M or equivalent in your currency as minimum investment. No investment ceiling.  CURRENCY CONVERTER

Cash, SBLCs, BGs and MTNs welcomed

Funds remain in the client’s account for the duration of the program. If the funds are moved the program will be cancelled


60%* per month, paid monthly

Payments are in USD or Euro and into any account where transfer restrictions are not an issue

Payments come from a Top 25 bank

Requirements form compliance

CIS, PoF, History of Funds, Copy of passport

Proof of Life (PoL) of the instrument, if you are using an existing instrument


The US Insurance Company will provide the contract, which will state the figures in Dollars instead of percentage for the guaranteed income

Contract will be issued to the accepted investor within 3-4 days after the receipt and verification of the CIS and any other required documentation.


Code No :  KFC-006

Small Cap Program 6


From $ 30 M


30 M USD or EURO or equivalent in your currency as minimum investment  CURRENCY CONVERTER

Workable with top world banks, in jurisdictions, that will issue a SWIFT MT799 or a transfer into a bank that will issue an MT799

Funds stay blocked in the investor’s account and are leveraged typically to 100M

40 banking week program


100%* weekly for 40 banking weeks

Requirements for compliance

Know You Client (KYC) compliance document – version provided by PPP Direct

Proof of Funds and Passport copy.

Code No :  KFC-007

Small Cap Program 7



No transfer of money

No joint account holder. Account remains in the investors sole name and control

No block, hold or SWIFT involved

Investor can continue to use 80% of the money (as usual) that has been shown to participate

Participation open only to clients with 100 m+ funds in top trading banks in Hong Kong and Singapore

Participation runs for a minimum 8 weeks, earning 144* million

Possibility of extending for up to 40 weeks depending on numerous banking factors


Net  18* million weekly for every 100 million shown

Requirements for compliance

Customer Information Sheet (CIS) as provided by PPP Direct

Proof Of Funds by way of a full screen shot of Bank Statement

Due diligence will take 3-5 business days

Code No :  KFC-008

Small Cap Program 8

Program 8:  100 m BULLET PROGRAM


From: $ 100 M to $ 5 B

At 80% Loan To Value


Possibility of double bullet

Advance 5%* of the face value received in 72 hours after receipt/verification of SWIFT

First Bullet Trade Program for 10-days resulting in 200 %* profit

Second Bullet Trade Program for 30-days resulting in 800 %* profit

40-week Trade Program resulting in 100 %* weekly profits

PROFITS example using $ 100 M investment at LTV of 80%

Amount invested in the program: $ 80,000,000

1- Advance 5% paid in 72 Hours: $ 5,000,000*

2- Bullet Trade Program for 10 Days resulting in 200% profit: $ 160,000,000*

3- Bullet Trade Program for 30 Days resulting in 800% profit: $ 640,000,000*

4- Trade Program of 40 weeks resulting in 100% profit per week: $80,000,000*

Requirements for compliance

CIS & copy of the Bond / Bank instrument; or a

CIS & POF by Bank Statement or Tear Sheet

Duration: 12 Months

Code No :  KFC-009

Small Cap Program 9


FRESH CUT MTNs – BUY SELL PROGRAM – Using either $ 150 M cash or a  $ 500 M Credit Line

Highlights using 500M investment as an example

Returning circa $ 4.5 Billion* to the investor within 30 banking days using the example of a 500 M credit line, with a 50 Billion contract

Fresh Cut MTNs are from a Foundation

Buyer has to provide Bank Letter signed by 2 authorised Bank Officers stating that they have an active Line of Credit for 500 million minimum in the name of the company or the person who will issue the CIS and proof of identification

The Foundation will start the process by issuing an MT199 allowing the Line of Credit to be activated

Investor’s Bank sends MT760 to the Foundation activating the Line of Credit

250 M* will be paid straight away to the client

250 M* will be used uitilised for the trade to generate paper

Trade income is used to purchase the paper

When the paper is exited the Foundation will split the proceeds 50:50 (best efforts) with the client for the duration of the contract.


The Platforms are bound by law to conduct a thorough due diligence on each applicant. To pass compliance – it is of utmost importance that the submitted documentation is truthful, fully verifiable and fully compliant with the requirements and procedures for the particular program.

Private Placement Programs were created over sixty years ago to rebuild Europe the third world nations after WW II, thus the reason for such a high rate of return being allowed. Today, much of the profits realised by the Private Placement Programs benefit good-will projects. The investor however, is free to use the profits as they desire.

Private Placement simply involves buying and selling prime bank notes in Europe and Asia. At any given time some European and Asian banks must liquidate bank notes and will sell their notes at a discount. Other banks are cash rich and wish to add to their note portfolio and will pay a premium for these bank notes. Private Placement is the instrument by which these trades take place. Private Placement Platforms only trade prime bank notes by arbitrage. What arbitrage means is that the buy and sell contracts have to be agreed and binding before the discounted bank notes trades take place.

This is the safest way to trade the bank notes. This is all done by the trader for the Private Placement Platform. Since in the Private Placement Program traders only buy notes when they have a buyer at a higher price every trade has a net positive gain due to the “controlled trading” practices. There is zero risk to the Private Placement Platform traders, zero risk to the bank, and zero risk to the investor.

During the Private Placement activity the investor’s capital stays in their own bank account at all times. The investor’s funds are never traded, never accessed, never touched in any way. It is not used as a guarantee or reserve. Thus, there is zero risk to the investor’s  capital. The two reasons for the investor’s blocked funds are to (a) satisfy bank regulations and (b) to permit the trader to raise a line of credit to amplify the volume of the trades. In the small cap program 3, for example: a $500,000 deposit raises $26 Million for trading.


Popular PPP Direct programs:

Our low entry offering enables you to safely earn 40 – 80% monthly * on an investment from $250,000  * (Program 1)


Our medium entry program enables investors to  earn $ 8 million within 60 banking days by blocking $500,000 in their own bank account. * (Program 3)

Investors with 1 million can grow their capital to over 100 million * over a period of 63 banking days. (Program 4)

Short BULLET PROGRAMS of varying entry levels are  also available. These are even more profitable. Further information is available upon request.

Private Placement Programs are legitimate investment vehicles that are accessible to a wide variety of investors. Part of the confusion regarding trade  programs is the dual use of the acronym “PPP”. The acronym is also used to mean “Private Placement Partnerships”. Private Placement Partnerships are used by companies to raise capital from private investors often via a set of investment documents known as a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). However, Private Placement Partnerships are very different to Private Placement Programs, that are described on this website.

The terms Prime Bank Programs, Prime Bank Investments, High Yield Investment Programs (HYIPs), Managed Buy-Sell Programs and Bullet Programs, however, are related to Private Placement Programs.

The transactions executed in  Private Placement trade platforms are the buying and selling of fully negotiable bank instruments, medium-term notes (MTNs), Standby Letters of Credit (SBLCs) and Bank Guarantees (BGs). These instruments are delivered unencumbered, free and clear of all liens, claims or restrictions. Before the instruments are purchased, a contract is already in place for the resale of the bank instrument, consequently, the program’s funds are never put at risk.

The trade platforms use a deposit from a new client to create the line of credit that will be used for the purchase of the bank instruments. This deposit will be  “blocked” and held untouched by the trader. The deposit is unblock at the end of the agreed term and is freely available again to the investor. Programs can be repeated and entry into larger programs is possible,


– The traditional investment programs, which have a duration of one calendar year,  ie ten banking months or 40 banking weeks

– The so-called SPOT or BULLET programs that last for just a few days or weeks and hardly exceed the period of one month. A series of bullet programs can be arranged sequentially to substantially grow invested capital.



The profits from these trade programs are confidential between the trader and the investor. The level of profit and time scales are discussed between the trader and the investor before the contract is signed. The trader is open to answering any other questions and discusses the various options to help the investor make informed decisions.

Our Traders seek at all times to gain maximum returns for the investors.

Yields of these programs vary according to the time of year, the amount of collateral, the type of collateral, and the ratings of the bank and jurisdiction in which the collateral is situated. Various options are often available and discussed. The monthly returns can vary from 50% to over 400% in certain programs, depending on the aforementioned and numerous other factors.


The Managed Buy/Sell Programs that we use trade 1-6 times per day, 4 days per week with a spread of 10-30% per trade.  In these programs the platform splits the profits 50:50 with the investor. In the managed buy/sell programs the returns are on best efforts – based on the number of trades being generated per week.  Investors also have the option to compound profits, add funds to the trade or both. These programs are 40 week programs that pay out weekly or monthly depending on the level of entry. The advantages of these programs are that the investor gets paid on every tranche, low entry requirements with the ability to maximise profits by compounding.

For example, allowing for an average of 3 trades a day, 4 days a week at 15% the total return would be 180% per week which would be divided between the trader and the investor. Taking this into account it is easy to see why the yields are so high.



Cash Deposits (CDs)

Bank Guarantees (BGs)

Stand-By Letter of Credit (SBLC)

Medium Term Notes (MTNs)





It is very important to understand that for the trader to be able to draw his credit line against the funds or instrument the capital/asset must be blocked in favour of the trader for the term of the contract. At the end of the trade term the block is removed and the asset is released back to the investor unencumbered and without liens.

Most managed buy/sell programs operate with $100 million or more and are meant for large investors. Relatively, few programs have been structured to accept small investments of $1 million or less. The banks bind Program Managers and Investors to very strict confidentiality agreements and it is very difficult to find the Program Managers or  Investors willing to disclose their activities. Most programs are operated in the top European banks or domestic branches of top European banks and are therefore harder for U.S. citizens to access, research and invest in with confidence.

Investor behaviour depends on “perceived” risk rather than actual risk. While the actual risk may be very low, the “perceived” risk of a little known and somewhat obscure sounding business does dissuade many investors from getting involved. This is especially true because only specialised back room departments of the bank are involved with these transactions. Most bank officials have no knowledge of them, particularly in the United States. Knowledgeable banking officials are sworn to secrecy and would never divulge the existence of this market for fear of disturbing large depositors who would clamour for higher deposit yields.

In conclusion, when it comes to Private Placement Programs, with the smaller minimum investment amounts now available and the guaranteed returns the rewards can be great with the added advantage of no risk to the client.

Due to the regulations governing trade platforms the guaranteed returns quoted in a trade contract must be well below the actual returns.