Trust Management Services Inc. has the ability to structure private funding and apply this customized structure to the "dream list" of projects to make them successful realities. Whether at the early stages of project conception with a simple outline; or where there is an in place feasibility study with reviewed tenders and bids, or when the project is ready to break ground and commence construction, ..................... BUT they require funding, we have the capacity to assist.
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The minimum project value amount for “Government Structured Project Loan Funds" begins reasonably low, but please remember that under the classification of Large Project Funding, we generally are dealing with projects in the millions, if not billions of dollars. Higher project values, or an accumulated list of projects to attain larger values, commonly are expected from Government and larger corporate entities - all are well within our capabilities. We welcome these larger projects!A group of projects can be funded over the time period of development.
Criteria Checklist:Bankable Collateral value determines the minimum amount of “Government Project Funds” that can be approved for each request. Collateral need not always be the value of the project itself - it is dependant mainly on the collateral banking value. Collateral issued from a "AAA" credit rated institution will be stronger than collateral from a "B" rated entity - each may be acceptable but reflect the overall loan approval amount.
There must be bankable collateral value available, a minimum of twenty-five percent (25%) is asked, however, this may be flexible depending on total amount of funds required. Collateral value availability is to be presented first, before we entertain any project funding amount or discussions concerning funding. We cannot support project funding if there is no bankable collateral brought forward.
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We would invite you to look at the varied Government credit ratings outlined at the following website: www.tradingeconomics.com/country-list/rating Scroll down, after the list of countries, the risk factor explanation is given as to the rating identified. This provides a clear understanding as to why some countries require additional support collateral to attain funding for their projects. Bankable Collateral is the key to succesful project funding. Not all countries require collateral for the full value of the project - depending on the country credit rating a portion of the project value may only be required as support collateral.
Collateral comes in varied forms and must be in a "bankable" format to support project loans. Examples of collateral that may be acceptable are as follows:
Each opportunity is received for review, initial due diligence is carried out, and a specific reply is given. Please be attentive to the procedures outlined below and the associated administrative costs for our initial project review; then proceed to make application submission as outlined.
We provided draft documents through our "Shopping Cart" area of the website specifically for Government related applications.
Step One: Visit our SHOPPING CART and order the application documents - this is the beginning of the process, without the documents in the format we request, no consideration for any loan would be entertained. DO NOT ask us to review your project and give opinion on the possibility of a loan unless you make submission according to the application documentation.
Once you order the application documentation it is sent to your email within twenty-four hours (24 Hours) on regular business days. Your order will automatically register your name for us to receive your application. The SHOPPING CART documentation you order is the first step; fill it out and sent forward to us including all pertinent information.
Step Two: Additional to the application form required., attached documentation should include an Executive Summary of the project. We do not need a detailed feasibility plan, we may ask for that after acceptance of the application. The Executive Summary should be concise and relate well to what is desired and should include: a SHORT brief description of the project, the time element to completion of the project, the amount of funding required for the project with an anticipated MONTHLY draw down schedule for the funds to be received - if more than one project, because of the accumulation of projects, then we would expect each project identified individually.
NOTE: We do not require at this time extensive feasibility studies and schedules, that will be called for after initial acceptance and approvals for funding is granted, so the costs to provide these studies are commonly provided for within the funding portion of the overall loan. The MONTHLY or BI-WEEKLY DRAW DOWN SCHEDULE for receiving funds, if available, should be provided with the application documents. An anticipated drawdown schedule at the beginning stages is suitable.
Step Three: The documentation is also to include the anticipated collateral proposed to be brought forward with the project. Our varied acceptance of collateral is discussed above on this web page. PLEASE identify the collateral form and value of that collateral. NOTE: We do not guarantee that your particular collateral will be acceptable through our banking relationships, but this will be addressed on a case by case basis.
Step Six: Acceptance or rejection of the application made, and reasons, if the decision was negative, is given and addressed for the possibility of future acceptance to be granted. Acceptance results in an invitation to further finalize and discuss the project funding structure and continuance of procedures. Each application is evaluated on its own merit and particular circumstances for each client with their project, are granted consideration in outlining the tenure of the agenda for the resulting meetings. These meetings outline the project list, funding and a potential contractual structure designed for further discussions.
Rejection is possible when the collateral presented is not traceable as to origin and/or they carry a suspicious history that is not acceptable. Other reasons of rejection could be the activity background of the individuals behind the application, their corporate directors or other involved persons. In most cases due diligence relates information that causes the decision for rejection, but our screening and initial due diligence under administrative undertakings usually prevents a rejection from occurring.
Step Seven: Trust Management Services Inc. makes formal introduction to involve legal counsel for the contractual completion of the financial designed structure applicable to the Project Loan Funding arrangement. ------------ Note: Any Photo will bring you to the Shopping Cart to order your application.--------------