Private Placement Platform (PPP) - US$ 100 Million Minimum

Private Placement Platform (PPP) - US$ 100 Million Minimum

Many investors have heard of PPP programs while many have not. From 1933 to April 5, 2012 SEC regulations did not allow advertising or solicitation of Private Placement Platforms in the United States SEC section 506 to stimulate the economy.

During that 79 year period prior to June 20, 2015, participation was by “invitation only” or through a referral introduction since advertising and solicitation was not allowed. For this reason only a small number of individuals are familiar with the PPP.

Under European banking regulations, banks can only trade prime bank notes (Mid Term 10 Year Notes) through the Private Placement Platform instrument. These bank regulations require that an investor pledge $100MM minimum to the Bank that has the Private Placement Platform relationship in place.

Traditional PPP platforms are limited to a minimum of 100 Million USD/Euro minimum.

BPM offers a client controlled program that starts as low as 3.5 Million USD/Euro.

Banking regulations require it. When banking regulations were set up over 60 years ago, they were set up to benefit the few with high levels of wealth.

No! 

The investor’s funds are remaining in their own bank account, and totally insulated from Private Placement activities. Private Placement Platforms do not use the funds. The invested fund’s only purpose is to meet banking regulation requirements.


The Private Placement Platform will provide proof in writing. In addition the bank account is opened up by the investor separate from the Private Placement Platform and the bank will explain and provide documentation stating that the bank account is totally insulated from any activity.

Private Placement Platforms only trade prime bank notes by arbitrage. What arbitrage means is that the buy and sell contracts have to be “in hand” before the trade of the discounted bank notes take place. This is the safest way to trade because the deal is done before the deal takes place. This is all done by the trader for the Private Placement Platform. Since in the Private Placement Program traders only buy notes when they have a buyer at a higher price every trade has a net positive gain due to the “controlled trading” practices. There is zero risk to the Private Placement Platform traders, and zero risk to the bank, and zero risk to the investor.

No.

Every trade have a net positive return. Typically the minimum spread is 10% or more. So for every trade of bank notes the Private Placement Platform will make 10% or more. It is not possible for the trader or investor to lose. It is not possible for the trader to make less. Every trade has a known net positive return before the trade is made. Traders will make these trades hourly and daily, so over a month period the 50% to 900%+ return is assured for the investors. The traders make double those numbers, however they split the profits with the investor.

Banking regulations in Europe require an individual to be engaged with a $100MM minimum bank account for a maximum 10 month period.

Banking regulations in other jurisdictions also prohibit banks from trading on their own behalf. If banks could conduct these transactions on their own, they would. The banking regulations were setup up for the benefit of the wealthy investor with large funds in liquidity.

Some banks are forced to raise capital. They do it by liquidating Bank Notes (MTN – Mid Term Notes – 10 Year Notes). Other banks take advantage of this and buy these notes at a discount. Luckily the Private Placement Platform and the engaged investors benefit greatly in these transactions.

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