Earn Interest on Idle or non-performing Assets by Pledging or Assigning your idle assets to TPF
(A Private Transaction)
(After review of client submission documents - No exceptions)
The Palatine Foundation offersplacement and profit or interest to clients who pledge their idle assets or non-performing assets to The Palatine Foundation. Assets may be Business Fixed type or personal assets that are fully owned and available with value to be used as a credit enhancement or balance sheet addition for the Foundation.
We will use your assets to generate income for TPF and you without risking your pledged assets.
Please consider talking with us if you own any of these:
MTNs, Bank Guarantees, SBLC/Letter of Credit, CMOs/CMDOs
Historic sovereign bonds or debt obligations
Artwork and art collections
Exotic Autos and Yachts
Bond or stock portfolios
Gemstones and gemstone collections (rough or cut & polished)
Mines and mine property with 43-101 reports
Real Estate, houses, commercial property or factories
TPF provides this service as a means to expand our close Donor Base and spread some of the benefits of private banking services enjoyed by TPF.
Procedures for Consideration
Clients should make a proper asset submission consisting of:
- Client Information Sheet
- Description and details of the asset with valuations and insurance info if available.
- Asset storage details/receipt as applies.
- List of the consultants to be registered with the transaction (if applicable)
TPF will review your information for completeness and processed for immediate consideration. You will be contacted directly by TPF with discussion of the details of the proposed tranaction. Final Agreements will follow accordingly.
E-mail your questions, completed information, or request details to: email@example.com
The Palatine Foundation is acting only as a Promoter of any contemplated transaction as allowed by Securities and Exchange Commission law. All matters in a registered securities transaction are handled only by registered SEC brokers and brokerage firms.