Martin Parr Achieves while
Innovative Foreign Direct Investment Options
During 2009 he has been able to bring together governments,
technologists and financial institutions to look at the global economic crisis;
what with the lack of available funds for important infrastructure projects and
how we can redress this significant shortfall. We believe he is achieving what
Raising investment funds for any type of project has become difficult over the past two years. The poorer countries that require foreign direct investment are in competition with those that can afford the limited funds that are available. Most certainly, there are those countries whose economies are taking off, and rightly so, but are being forced into competition with the poorer countries as well. It has become a no win-no win situation for many. This has to change, but how?
We are not just seeing the effects of the race for funds to combat and reduce climate change. Summits come and Summits go, whether it is Copenhagen or the G8 and G20 Summits. The pledge by the wealthier countries to give funds to those countries that are less well off, does not always pay off. Funds that are pledged more often never see the table! Funds for important humanitarian projects that are connected to infrastructure for the wellbeing of the peoples that the projects are aimed at, are also difficult to find in the investment market as we have been used to.
But there has been a major breakthrough and you are reading it here for the first time, and not coming out from the Copenhagen dialogue!
The mechanism that has been created is an adaptation of what is already available in the financial markets. However, this adaptation is only available through one London source and is limited to viable humanitarian projects. The mechanism is the private placement of Bank Guarantees. That in itself is not new, but it is the two protocols and their strict controls that has allowed for the unlimited foreign direct investment funding to be offered to not only to governments, but to the public and private sectors also.
In order that ALL viable projects of any government, public or private sector can receive international inward investment, it is necessary to have direct contact and not via an intermediary, so that they will take responsibility for any documentation that is sent to them and the process remains confidential and discrete.
It is now possible to offer the Provinces, Cities and Districts, etc in any country, a formal protocol for generating investment, to enable the provision of the necessary funds to successfully bring their projects to a profitable conclusion. Project funding will come from the returns of the Private Placement of Bank Guarantees. The viability of this mechanism allows that a beneficiary's limited funds can be used to maximum advantage, so that there is the opportunity that more projects can be funded.
An outline of these arrangements are as follows:
· The issuance of the Bank Guarantee
· Following the issuance of the Bank Guarantee, procedures are followed to make a Placement of the Bank Guarantee through a Trading Contract that will run for a predetermined period of a minimum of 40 weeks
· Project Funding will come from the returns of the trading
· Viable projects, supported by full Business Plans, can be funded, and will be subject to normal screening and due diligence, etc.
During discussions, they should be able to provide details of all the projects that would be of interest to the investors. For convenience the following details should be prepared for each project, so that it can be seen at a glance:
Name of Project:
Type of Project:
Detailed Description of Project:
Total Value of Project:
Value of Investment and when required:
Indicate if a Business Plan and/or an Executive Summary are available:
The nature of these projects would be of the following type:
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