Jason contact me by skype: billedward2 On Wednesday, January 17, 2018 at 3:23:40 PM UTC, Jason Z wrote: > > Hello all, > > I have several clients with funds in UK banks wanting to move funds into > various jurisdictions. The money is clean, Interpol and Reserve bank > cleared, because of the volume and clients, we are not prepared to follow > only traditional investment routes. > > Now we have gone through this exercise many times before and will have > created a procedure that works for everyone. Too many times, receivers say > they can receive on the specific accounts and then can't. We are prepared > to sign a contract with the right partners. Having Asset Management > Companies will be even more advantageous. > > Splits are non negotiable as funds are cleared. > > Sender 65%, Receiver 25%, Sender Intermediary 5% (closed) and Receiver > Intermediaries 5%. > > The simple procedure is as follows: > > 1. The Receiver must get a letter from the bank/s in the name of the > receiving account saying that the account has Swift.net MT103 manual > download capabilities. It is an official bank letter which is verified by > clients bank officer in London. > 2. A full NDA is signed by all parties as well as a paymaster agreement. > All passport copies and KYC documents of intermediaries are given. > 3. The Clients legal team in London will then issue the contracts for each > account and bank, this will include first tranche, contract duration and > frequency. Banks will at this point be liaising. > > We are looking for receiving companies that can receive large funds. > > Should you require more information please feel free to Whatsapp me on +27 > 79 503 9496. > > Kind regards, > > > Jason Z > > >
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