Also know as a Secured Asset Investment Program or High Yield Investment Program, the Private Placement Program (PPP) is a financing vehicle used by a select few high-net-worth individuals and corporations for major project developments and humanitarian initiatives. These types of financing programs usually involve trading discounted bank instruments, within the wholesale banking market, such as:
Due to the leverage, trading frequency and compounding effect, such programs often produce high yields. Performing programs are difficult to find and are not always available. Through our global network, we can facilitate such programs in direct cooperation with platform program managers, traders and providers.
To participate in a Private Placement Program, clients must first be qualified. The qualification process requires ultimate acceptance of the client by the trading platform and associated bank. Face-to-face interviews between the client and program manager are recommended, but not necessary. The following list presents the basic requirements for entering a program:
Non-solicitation rules dictate that the prospective client must always take the initial step by assembling and submitting a complete package of required documents as listed below:
Once the client is officially approved for participation in a program, they will be presented with program options, the terms, conditions and procedures of which will be disclosed. Contractual documentation will be prepared and executed by the respective parties.