Blocked Bullion Gold Funding Program

Saturday, January 23, 2021 11:17 AM By MG

Bullion Gold funding Program

Blocked Bullion Gold Funding Program: this service designed for clients who have invested over the years and purchased bullion gold, which lie in their bank vaults, they are inherited and/or financial security against global financial crises, and on the other hand, no yield whatsoever. 

The client will deposit the gold (Custodial Bank Safe Keeping Receipt – SKR) as collateral for alternative funding into his bank account and perform a block in favor of the Funder via Swift MT799 or MT760 Blocked Gold.

With said credit/loan facility the client can participate in one of our Alternative Investments and/or Investment on projects and/or Private Structured Placement Program and/or as equity for leverage to senior debit.

This type of action creates opportunities for the investor/client, continue to make profits on his own funds in his bank account and to get more profits from that investment.

The client will deposit the Hallmarks Bullion Gold as collateral in his bank account for the favor of the Funder via Swift MT799 or MT760 Blocked Gold.

In order to get an offer to Fund the Blocked Gold, the following documents need to be submitted for review and due diligence:

            * Application/Letter of Request.

           * KYC on Corporations letterhead.

           *  SKR, Certificate of the Hallmarks Bullion Gold.

Once the full package submitted, the R.M.G Capital Compliance to review, within about five business days, on green lite and decided to continue the process, the client accepts the offer of funding, the procedure, and schedules for performance.

Procedures Outline:

        * The funder responds with a delivery of a non-binding Term Sheet.

        * After the client reviewed the Term Sheet and shared with his bank, which must be signed and if possible stamped as  “Acknowledgment” by the bank.

        * The process is a bank to bank basis (DVP settlement).

*** In heaven forbid which were allegedly forging documents or attempt of fraud, the company is obligated under law to notify the authorities, which could result in a criminal investigation as well as entry to the blacklist.