100M 40 Week Fed Trade

Internal Fact Sheet

 One year Trades (up to 5 years) and short term trades (at month end) are available.
 Will accept Cash Funds, Heritage Funds and Instruments from Top 35 world banks.
 The Minimum is 100M. The Maximum (per contract) is 10B. Funds can be USD or Euro.
 Note: for next 30 days — cash amounts of 10M accepted for ‘matched funds’ opportunity.
 Client will be contracting with a Fed Trader — so client will experience full cooperation from their bank officer and their bank when they know who the client is ‘contracting’ with.
 Trader’s trading banks are: Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, Barclays, SCB and HSBC.
 Historical returns have been three figures a week — more or less, depending on trade.
 Client’s returns are stated in their contract – so not the usual ‘Best Efforts’ statement.
 A MT760 or Administrative Hold (at Trader’s discretion) will be used to block client’s funds or instrument in their bank account. Trader’s bank will pay for MT760 on receipt.
 Contract term is normally one year – however if client is cooperative and is seen to be making an effort to fulfill his project funding obligation – term could roll over to 5 years.
 Project funding is required for Fed trades. Projects can be ‘for profit’ or ‘humanitarian’.
 Projects can be the client’s or pre-approved projects will be provided if client requests.
 Client is required to allocate their profit as follows: 55% Projects / 45% Discretionary.
 Project Management Services and Tax Treaties are available to clients if requested.


 Client sends in ‘Initial’ docs: CIS Form, Passport plus Bank Statement & Tear Sheet.
 If client passes preliminary check – a ‘final’ set of Intake/Compliance Docs is sent to client to complete. Also sent at that time is the ‘Bank Confirmation Letter’ (BCL) text which includes Trader’s company name and registration plus his e-mail addresses.
 Most of the top bank officers in major banks will know the trader and his company.
 Client instructs bank officer to put trader on their account with his authority restricted to blocking funds by Admin. Hold or MT760 and confirming block to his own trading bank.
 Trader doesn’t need to be on the account ‘signatory card’ or have any other authority.
 Client receives their contract. Trader (or his assistant) explains everything in detail.
 Client signs contract and Trader counter signs. Client returns are stated in contract.
 The client’s bank officer will sign and bank certify (stamp) the Bank Statement, Tear Sheet and BCL, then send them by bonded bank courier to the trader for lodging.
 Client is usually in trade 3 to 4 banking days after trader receives these documents.
 Instruments – Fed Trader needs to be shown as the ‘Applicant’ in BCL to trade all instruments (smaller banks too) at full ‘Face Value’ – therefore no reduction for LTV.

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