FAQ for 100% Funding

​FAQ for 100% funding project facility at low rates and no equity sharing is required

​Overview

We can arrange funding for most worldwide business ventures and commercial real estate transactions. The only industries and locations that do not qualify are those projects containing US Real Estate, and financing of a film or a movie. Otherwise, any project $20M - $20B USD may qualify for funding.

To submit the loan request, the client is required to submit the answers to 5 simple questions, and provide the principal's proof of liquid funds (POF) for 2% - 5% of the loan amount. The funds must be liquid and they must belong to the principal. Proof of funds can be in the form of a bank statement dated within the last 30 days (feel free to blank out the account number) or a letter from your bank (dated within the last 7 days.)

The Facilitator who is direct to the lender will then arrange a phone call direct with the principal, to discuss the loan program and answer any questions. She / He will then submit the project to the lender for their review.

Within 5-10 business days the client will be advised if the lender is interested in reviewing the project for funding. If the lender is interested, the client will be required to complete a set of simple loan documents, including an application, our NCND and fee structure, and a statement of understanding and liquidity. The client will also need to provide a business plan and financial projections on the project, so that the lender can do their due diligence on the project.

If introduced by an agent also include your client’s mandate and fee agreement as this will be required with the client information.

This is a true asset lend and is based upon the project and the management of the project.

An authentic client - with a real project, who has the funds and can qualify for funding can get the process started simply by submitting what's needed.eg the Answers to 5 questions and POF

Q. How can the borrower complete their research on the lender:

A. After the client has provided all the information the lender will consider that you are a serious and qualified borrower. Upon issuance of loan terms, the client will know who the lender is. Later, after agreeing to the loan documents and escrow agreement, and providing whatever information the lender needs, but before the client needs to sign any documents with the lender or pay money into escrow, the client can request general references and additional due diligence information on the lender so the client can complete their research and due diligence. The client will also be able to speak directly with the lender.

Q What information will the borrower receive from the lender directly on approval of their project.

A. They will provide you a term sheet. Plus, later in the process, but before the client needs to sign any documents with the lender or pay money into escrow, the client can request general references and additional due diligence information, such as general references and information about loan closings, so the client can complete their research and due diligence. The client will also receive the escrow agreement and loan agreement.

Q. How do I know that my liquidity payment is safe and will be returned if the loan is not settled.

A. Within the lender's legal package you will obtain a copy of the escrow agreement for you and your legal representative to read and review. The escrow agent will be a third-party securities firm (like Deutsche Bank), chosen by the lender. The escrow agreement will clearly state that the escrow funds will be held in third party escrow until the client’s bank notifies the escrow agent that the loan funds have been received. At that point the escrow agent will release the loan funds to the lender. If the loan is not funded, the escrow funds are returned in full to the client. At no point will the escrow funds be released to the lender without the client’s bank receiving the loan funds.

Q. When is the client required to pay for the fees on the loan

A. This is only upon accepting terms and completing their research and due diligence, so they can be satisfied to the lender's ability to fund. NOTE this information is provided to the client before the client pays a single cent and/or signs any documents with the lender.

Q When does my loan commence to be processed

A. Once the borrower has paid the money into escrow, the loan will close within 15-30 days. The total timeframe is 30-60 days, from start to finish.

Our promise to our clients is that our loans comes with 100% Guarantee to cover your concerns:

Our opinion, as the clients have nothing to risk but their time. After they get the information about the lender, if they don't feel comfortable in moving forward, they can stop the loan process, and not be liable or responsible for anything.

Note that the information will be confidentially emailed to the client. And they'll be connected directly to the lender shortly after that. Additionally, the draft escrow agreement and loan documents clearly state that the funds are held in a third-party escrow, that the lender has no access to, until after the loan funds. If the loan doesn't settle, for any reason by the lender, then the escrow funds are never released to the lender and are returned to the client in full.

So, what are our 5 questions:

  1. Project Name
  2. Country where Project is located
  3. Industry
  4. Brief, 1-2 sentence description of project
  5. Amount Needed - $20 Million USD - $20 Billion USD

You MUST include Proof of funds (POF) belonging to the principal.

  • For projects $20M USD - $1B USD, POF for at least 2% of the loan amount
  • For projects $1B USD - $20B USD, POF for 1% of the loan amount
  • POF must be a bank statement (dated within the last 30 days - feel free to black out the account number), or a letter from your bank (dated within the last 7 days). Screen shots are no longer acceptable.
  • Government projects (where the country/government is borrowing the money) do not require POF

Happy to arrange a call to discuss your submission from any potential borrower, before submitting the loan request to the lender if required.

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