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VENTURE  CAPITAL   /   CONVENTIONAL  Financing   /  Monetization

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Fuoss Consulting Group LLC

~  USA  ~

Corporate financing through established affiliate relationships 

with multiple funding sources, including private investor capital.

No upfront fees assessed to review project data and facilitate funding process.     

Funding Amounts:

Domestic USA & International: $10 million to $500 million (and above)

Specific funding parameters vary on a project-by-project basis.


PROJECT FUNDING PROGRAMS

SBLCs & Bank Guarantees

Bank Instrument Issuance Program (With or Without Monetization)  (100% Funding)

Conventional Debt Financing  *

Joint Ventures  * 

 * For Conventional Debt Financing and JV Funding, see below "Initial Required Data" 


Bank Instrument Issuance Program

(With or Without Monetization)

Bank Instrument Issuance Program is offered, with or without monetization, for a limited time by a USA based firm.  The Bank Instrument (BG/SBLC) can be issued/leased for utilization by the client, or the Instrument can be issued and then immediately monetized by the program provider in a front-to-end regulated “Turn-Key” process.

With Instrument monetization, the client receives “non-recourse” funding, therefore there is no requirement to repay the funds, nor any interest payments, and no equity lost by the project principals in the venture to be funded.

If a Bank Instrument is “monetized”, the client would receive NET funds, after all cost/fees, of approximately 40% of the BG/SBLC Face Value.  Monetization of an Instrument enables project principals to obtain 100% “non-recourse” funding for a venture.

The Bank Instruments are issued by top international banks, such as HSBC, Deutsche Bank and Barclays. NOTE: The actual issuing bank is selected by the program provider after receiving client application documents.

After submitting the required application documentation, the client will be formally introduced to, and if desired can meet with, the program provider's administrator.

The following are the general parameters for (A) “Leasing” a BG/SBLC, and also for (B) “Monetizing” of a Bank Instrument.

A. “LEASING” BANK INSTRUMENT (without monetization)

Bank Instrument can be “Leased” per the following “Leasing” procedure:

1. After the Instrument “Leasing” program agreements are signed by all parties, the client deposits a portion (see below pricing matrix) of the Instrument cost, based on the Face Value amount of the BG/SBLC to be acquired for lease, into the program provider's designated law firm's escrow amount for up to a 30-day hold.

NOTE: Escrow funds are NOT moved. In the event Instrument is not issued, all client escrow funds, including a one-time 10K program provider Underwriting Fee, are returned to client. Escrow funds are only released for payment if the client receives the Instrument. The Escrow Law Firm is a well established firm in New York. The lead counsel has over 22 years of banking experience, with no lodged complaints. Complete details on the Escrow Law Firm will be provided after proper introduction of the principal parties.

2. No funds are released from escrow, pertaining to the partial payment, until client’s bank receives and verifies Instrument via Swift MT760. The balance of the Instrument cost is then paid by client within thirty (30) days.

3. Bank Instruments can be issued in approximately five (5) to eight (8) banking days after completion of all program documentation and escrow deposit.

4. The following matrix provides the cost, including commissions, and partial escrow percentage required to “Lease” a Bank Instrument. NOTE: Minimum 5M for “Leasing”.

(USD or EURO)

Instrument Size: 5M to 10M; Total Cost/Fees: 8.75%; 5% to escrow (balance paid 30 days after Instrument received)

Instrument Size: 11M to 49M; Total Cost/Fees: 8.25%; 5% to escrow (balance paid 30 days after Instrument received)

Instrument Size: 50M to 150M; Total Cost/Fees: 7.5%; 3.5% to escrow (bal. pd. 30 days after Instrument received)

Instrument Size: 151M to 500M; total Cost/Fees: 7.25%; 2.5% in escrow (bal. pd. 30 days after Instrument received)

(Pricing subject to change at any time.)

 “MONETIZING” BANK INSTRUMENT

Bank Instrument can be “Monetized” per the following “Monetization” procedure:

1. Client does NOT actually receive an Instrument under this program. Instrument is acquired by program provider, and then it is immediately monetized on behalf of the client in a front-to-end “Turn-Key” process.

2. Client and program provider do not enter into an Instrument issuance and monetization agreement until AFTER an acceptable commitment is obtained by the program provider from a monetizer.

3. Client would receive NET funds, after all cost/fees, of approximately 40% of the BG/SBLC Face Value.

4. After program provider receives a monetization commitment from a monetizer, the client deposits a portion (see below pricing matrix) of the Instrument and monetization cost, based on the Face Value amount of the BG/SBLC to be monetized, into the program provider's designated law firm's escrow amount for up to a 30-day hold.

NOTE: Escrow funds are NOT moved. In the unlikely event a monetization commitment is not fulfilled, all client escrow funds, including a one-time program provider 10K Underwriting Fee, are returned to client. Escrow funds are only released for payment if the client receives the funds from Instrument monetization. The Escrow Law Firm is a well established firm in New York, and complete details on the firm will be provided after proper introduction of the principal parties.

5. Additional applicable monetization program agreements are issued.

6. Instrument is acquired and monetized. NOTE: Bank Instruments can be issued and monetized in approximately seven (7) to ten (10) banking days after completion of all program documentation and escrow deposit.

7. Client escrow funds are NOT released, pertaining to the partial payment, until funds from the Instrument monetization are received, and the balance of the Instrument cost is then paid from those respective funds.

8. The following matrix provides the cost, including commissions, and partial escrow percentage required to “Monetize” a Bank Instrument. NOTE: Minimum 10M for “Monetizing”.

9. The following matrix provides the total cost, including commissions, and minimum escrow percentage required. Based on an estimated “NET” amount LTV of 40%, the desired Face Value should be selected to be monetized.

(USD or EURO)

Instrument Size: Minimum 10M; Total Cost/Fees: 10.75%; 4% to escrow - balance paid from funding

Instrument Size: $11M to $49M; Total Cost/Fees: 10.25%; 4% to escrow - balance paid from funding

Instrument Size: $50M to $150M; Total Cost/Fees: 9.5%; 2.5% to escrow - balance paid from funding

Instrument Size: $151M to $500M; total Cost/Fees: 9.25%; 2.0% in escrow - balance paid from funding

(Pricing subject to change at any time.) 

INITIAL INFORMATION REQUIRED PRIOR TO FULL APPLICATION

The following initial information is required to apply for “Leasing” or “Monetizing” of a Bank Instrument:

(a) Whether a BG or SBLC is desired (Leasing only).

(b) The name and location of client’s bank to be receiving the Instrument (Leasing only).

(c) The specific Face Value amount of the Instrument and whether in EURO or USD.

(d) The type and location of project.

(e) The specific purpose for which the Instrument, or non-recourse funds, will be used.

(f) Proof of Funds (POF) - copy of client's current bank statement (account number can be deleted) indicating sufficient funds available for escrow deposit. (Bank confirmation letter also acceptable.)

After receipt of the above (a) thru (f) information, appropriate application documents will be provided for completion by the Client.

NOTE: THE PROGRAM PROVIDER WILL NOT ACCEPT ANY MODIFICATIONS TO THE STATED PROCEDURES, AND THE PROGRAM MAY ONLY BE AVAILABLE FOR A LIMITED PERIOD OF TIME.

Submit initial information and inquiries to: Inquiry@FuossConsulting.com


Financial Instrument Monetization Program

For 

Clients Currently Owning / Leasing Financial Instruments

“Monetizing” a Financial Instrument is the process of converting the Instrument into legal tender.  Monetized Financial Instruments are converted to liquid funds at a discount from the Face Value of the Instrument.  

A "Financial Instrument Monetization Program" enables the client to acquire 100% of the capital required for a project, such as described in the following monetization program:

Depending upon the issuing bank and the content of a BG / SBLC, a Financial Instrument can often be “monetized”, providing the client with "non-recourse" funds, under the following parameters:  

Instrument must be "Active" and issued by Top World "Western" nation bank

*  Client must already "own" or be "leasing" BG / SBLC

Instrument must be "Callable"

Completely Non-Recourse / No Repayment

Up to 80% Net Funds To Client

* Funding in approximately 3 - 4 weeks

* Instrument Returned Unencumbered

Monetization costs / fees cannot be paid from monetized funds

(Full payment required before Instrument monetized)

Upon request, additional details will be provided on the above program.

Submit inquiries to: Inquiry@FuossConsulting.com  


Initial Required Data

Conventional Debt Financing and JV Funding

Corporate funding secured through affiliations with multiple sources that offer various types of funding programs for a variety of diversified projects, including construction and development, joint ventures, acquisitions, and other projects, such as Renewable Energy ventures with Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs).

To determine if a particular Conventional Debt Financing and JV Funding project is viable for funding, and which funding program is most suitable for a specific venture, the following initial information is required:

1.  Project name and location (city, state, country)

2.  Project Description

3.  Total project cost (USD)

4.  Amount of funding required (USD)

5.  Brief summary of Use of Funds (USD)

6.  Amount project principal(s) have or will have financially in project (USD)

7.  Available liquid funds (USD)

8.  State preferable funding terms (debt, equity, loan term, etc.) (USD)

9.  Provide a list of available supporting documentation (Business Plan, etc.).

NOTE: All of the above details are required for initial consideration for funding.  Please do not refer to other documents.  At the appropriate time full supporting documentation would be requested.


Funding "Terms"  

For Conventional Debt Financing and JV Funding programs, the overall lender/investor "terms" for funding a venture are predicated on many factors, including the nature and inherent risk of the project, amount of funding required, principal's monetary contribution to the venture, and collateral and/or guarantees backing the funding, etc.

Corporate financing is obtained through established relationships with numerous funding sources, including private investor capital, that assess minimal or no due diligence fees prior to funding.  Specific funding terms can only be determined after receipt and review of all the applicable project documentation.  

Each Lender/Investor has its own respective funding parameters which vary on a project-by-project basis, however where feasible any costs relating to Due Diligence are kept to a minimum.  Costs for third party studies/reports required by a lender/investor are the responsibility of the project principals.  

No upfront fees are assessed to review project data and facilitate the funding process with affiliated funding sources.


Funding Amounts:   

Domestic USA & International: $10 million to $500 million (and above)


~  AmeriVentures  ~

an affiliate of 

~  Fuoss Consulting Group LLC  ~

USA based financial advisory firm specializing in facilitating multiple types of corporate financing through established affiliate relationships with numerous funding sources, including private investor capital.


Please contact us, via the e-mail address below, to determine whether we can be of assistance in fulfilling your business financing requirements.  

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