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Leverage of Banking Instruments for Immediate Liquidity and Greater Returns




In today's volatile global financial landscape, high-net-worth investors and organizations holding bank instruments like BGs (Bank Guarantees) and SBLCs (Standby Letters of Credit) often face challenges in adhering to their original financial plans of waiting until maturity. In such cases, the liquidation process may not yield the envisioned results, leading to suboptimal outcomes.

At McKinley Investment, we possess the expertise to evaluate, educate, and fulfill the unique requests of these investors. Our aim is to transform long-held instruments with lackluster average returns into immediate liquidity. This immediate liquidity enables funds to be channeled into programs that offer significantly higher returns over a twelve-month period, thereby enhancing instrument productivity.


Among the various ways in which McKinley Investment caters to high-net-worth investors, we have developed innovative approaches to meet their investment and return criteria. In certain cases, investors may seek to leverage specific instruments that were previously inaccessible to them. Leveraging the screen-ability of these instruments, McKinley Investment offers the option to obtain a cash advance, typically a percentage of the instrument's full face value. The beneficiary of the instrument can then decide how to utilize this cash advance, whether for ongoing projects, market stimulation, job creation, or even philanthropic endeavors that benefit society, the general public, and the overall economy.


Alternatively, investors can choose to pledge funds for private investment trade programs in specific situations. A significant portion of the weekly profits generated through these programs is allocated to projects and humanitarian causes. This approach not only enhances profitability for the investor but also supports secure programs and humanitarian goals.


The key advantage and greatest benefit to the investor lies in the ability to obtain a cash advance against the instrument's face value, rather than selling it outright. Subsequently, the investor can assess whether it is more advantageous to enter the lucrative world of private trade programs or allocate the advanced funds to ongoing projects.


Furthermore, upon completion of the investment cycle, the returns obtained from reinvesting over just a few weeks enable the investor not only to repay the cash advance but also to enjoy months of streamlined yields with programs operating on autopilot. The investor continues to receive the instrument's marginal return while leveraging close to the full face value to pursue higher-yielding alternatives.


This approach introduces flexibility as the defining characteristic of long-term instrument holdings with average returns. The notion of achieving high yields within shorter time frames becomes a tangible reality. The objective is to create significant additional leverage, unlocking new possibilities.


McKinley has strategically positioned itself with a growing capability to generate profitable returns on a global scale, establishing valuable relationships with banks and trading companies.

In addition to our expertise in generating returns, McKinley Investment provides clients with custom reports and tools that educate investors on how to best leverage instruments for the highest and most profitable outcomes. Through these resources, we empower our clients with the knowledge necessary to make informed investment decisions.



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