There are different types of platforms offering private placement programs (PPP), we can list them in 3 categories :
They are 4 in the world, no more … they are all regulated by the banking and governmental authorities. They generally work directly for large global banks and on behalf of large fortunes. They do not advertise, only a few bankers and some agents in the world have access to them. They use virtual offices, which act as a filter. Just a generic email address and a phone or at best a standardist will ask you the name of the person you want to contact and simply will ask you to send a mail to the generic email address…And when you have the chance to have a reply (unsigned and unnamed) to your mail, you will be asked the name of the agent who introduced you … If you are an intermediary who proposed a file and have had the chance of reaching this step, you will be asked to send the file to this same address, and you will have no more news …. It is therefore very difficult, even impossible to work with platforms without being introduced by an agent or a banker.
These are generally financial management companies or investment funds that communicate in the
name of « trading platform » and which deals with the platforms listed in the previous paragraph. They
work differently by receiving the client’s financial instrument and monetizing it to buy another for a real
platform. Some are regulated, some are not. Those that are not regulated usually communicate on a much higher rate of return. The risk of working with an unregulated sub-platform is to end up with the client’s interests blocked. They are also very difficult to contact directly, but they use many brokers who communicate widely on the internet and social networks.
You read correctly … the humanitarian foundations … the platforms always work with one or more humanitarian foundations and reverse some of their profits, it is a kind of clearance to justify significant financial gains and a way to balance wealth by returning some of the profits to people in need. It is possible to make a private placement program directly with a humanitarian foundation, it is often even simpler than with a platform in terms of procedure and compliance because its status allows it to have more flexible regulations. The returns are exactly the same as with a platform since only the distribution path is different. Generally contracts are JVA’s “Joint Venture Agreement” with a 50/50 split of return interest.
The government recognition, the clear and legal status make this approach one of the safest
At this time, we know only three humanitarian foundations benefiting from government agreements and financial institutions.