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Our Company MONEYTABLE 799 SA

MONEYTABLE 799 SA - Investment Portfolio Management.

MONEYTABLE799 SA (Anonymous Investment Management Company), was founded by a team of experienced professional having participating in many banks for years, for investments of high outperformance, with international appearance.
MONEYTABLE 799 SA created a big portfolio of investments in order to achieve their completion.
Today, the company administers a series of bank investment tools, able to deliver a new pace in the the world of financing.


MONEYTABLE 799 SA, provides below investment services:

Our Company MONEYTABLE 799 SA

MONEYTABLE 799 SA - Investment Portfolio Management.

MONEYTABLE799 SA (Anonymous Investment Management Company), was founded by a team of experienced professional having participating in many banks for years, for investments of high outperformance, with international appearance.
MONEYTABLE 799 SA created a big portfolio of investments in order to achieve their completion.
Today, the company administers a series of bank investment tools, able to deliver a new pace in the the world of financing.


MONEYTABLE 799 SA, provides below investment services:

  1. Organisation of financing high risk investments
  2. Investment portfolio management
  3. Investment consulting
  4. Risk management services of companies
  5. Composition of sustainability studies with bank criteria
  6. Shares storage and management of Collective Investment Organisations
  7. Consulting services to acquire capitals for investment from up to 23 resources:
    1. Banks
    2. Venture capitals
    3. Angel funds
    4. Private equities
    5. Secondary market (Over the Counter)
    6. On the counter
    7. Donators
    8. Sponsors
    9. Syndicated loans
    10. Securitization of loans
    11. Securitizations of future secure cash flow
    12. Securitization of lands and properties
    13. Discount of various Guaranties
    14. Mortgage sources
    15. Bank assurances sources
    16. Forgiveness Loans
    17. HYIP Hi Yield Investment Program in real economy
    18. Open money market
    19. Open capital market
    20. Strategic capitals
    21. Strategic investors
    22. Monetization of S.K.R.
    23. Monetization of central accounts

Recognised for it's responsibility and reliability, MONEYTABLE799 SA was founded to provide high professional management and a wide range of investment choices.
The company, with staff that has experience many years in capital management and investment portfolio, watches closely all rapid changes in interior or international markets and investments.

  1. Financial Services

    From banking and finance to wealth management and securities distribution, perteamwork around the word has dedicated financial services teams serving all major areas of the banking and social services industry.
  2. Our consulting teams address all of these challenges, and more. We work with clients to:
    Develop winning strategies.
    We apply business models, refocus long-term strategy on:
    1. The core business
    2. Artificial intelligent business portfolios
    3. Manage Hi- return investments opportunities and explore new markets and extreme mind partnerships
    4. We also design and support.
      1. Full-scale convertibility and improve risk-evaluation methods, both managerial and technical
      2. Riskless investments on new economy sector
    5. We redesign line productions, increase sales effectiveness and develop unparalleled customer loyalty that boosts the bottom line
    6. We support the development of existing companies with modern Banking models
    7. We establish efficient entities, NGOs, social investments companies, foundations, Trusts and new Banks.

  3. Our Expertise

    The topics of our expertise are:
    1. Fund raising from various sources & methods:
      1. Initial public offering (IPO) or stock market launch
      2. Over-the-counter (OTC) or off-exchange trading is done directly between two parties, without any supervision of an exchange. It is contrasted with exchange trading, which occurs via exchanges
      3. Startups International Funds
      4. Forfaiting, Factoring and DLCs discounting
      5. Raise Money from Your club members, your Trust, Your Foundations
      6. Raise Money from SME and other European sources
      7. Venture capital
      8. International Bonds for specific investment portfolios
      9. International donors
      10. International sponsoring
      11. Forgiven Loans
      12. Angel Funds
      13. Non-register funding sources
      14. SKR aw collateral
      15. Microloan methods from 10.000$- 50.000$
      16. Bit coins
      17. Clustering International
      18. Arts monetization methods
      19. Nickel Wire deposit
      20. Cooper isotope 63- 65 deposit
      21. Mortgage loans
      22. Trading book system


    We use modern methods of financing, various investment projects in countries with a country risk AAA++++ _ BBA.
    With our system of Financing, we use structured international Bonds, surety bonds, Insurance Default Swaps, and many others bank instrument into European capital market.
    The bond will be traded on the international bond markets and buyers of these with the first propositional right will be those involved in the network application of every energy project like?
    1. Raw materials production Plants to manufacture Photovoltaic, Wind and Hydroelectric projects
    2. Plants of Turbo engines, Turbine blades and materials of Wind Plants
    3. Power Distribution Units
    4. Mining’s
    5. Companies undertaking as key contractors the implementation of each project.
    6. Final consumers of electricity consumption and hundreds of companies involved in this implementation.
    These all are considered investors and their returns will be multiples of those of bank deposits and especially zero danger.
    We are talking in short for self-financing projects through them directly or indirectly involved in it.
    Today this move provides with an answer to the banks, due to their reduce of liquidity to finance businesses seeking equity over 40% of the investment and further more they seek additional.
    The bond plan appears below and represents Power plant projects of 100 MW
    For higher power projects there will be multiple versions of 100 MW

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The Private Placement Opportunity financial vehicle is a collateralized trading program.
A collateralized trading program is a member of a class of transactions that create the domestic and international liquidity needed by not only the United States economy, but also the World economies.
These programs are international financing transactions entered into primarily to regulate the World Money Supply under the purview of the I.M.F. and to support the financing of socioeconomic development and humanitarian projects managed by approved Trusts.
The transaction is one of a long tradition of similar transactions used first to redevelop Europe after World War II.

Involved parties for the licence of use the profits

In order to use the profits from a PPP, we need to have the licence from US American Treasury

  1. Public-Private Investment Program

    Treasury announced the Legacy Securities Public-Private Investment Program (PPIP), which was designed to support market functioning and facilitate price discovery in the markets for legacy Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities (CMBS) and non-agency Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities (RMBS).

  2. F.E.D. and finally
  3. Trading desk of USA

The transaction procedures and details must conform to the rules, conventions and protocols developed in the international banking community over the years and primarily memorialized in the G-7, G-30 and Basel Convention meetings.

The procedures remove the risk to all participants to a level no greater than the ordinary acceptance of paper money in exchange for something of tangible value. The risk is no greater than the risk of a financial system breakdown or the collapse of the world economy.

This transaction belongs to a broader class of transactions that has at its core the creation of a monetary credit by a financial institution, such creation being inherently a loan, which may be secured or not. In making the loan, the bank converts the asset of creditworthiness of the account holder to “cash”. That monetary credit is then accepted in the market as an asset to support the issuance of further credits, which are then again accepted in the market as an asset to support the issuance of further credits, and so on. This process is described in the introductory money and banking textbooks and is how the banking system carries out its functions of manufacturing money. When a bank makes a loan, what it actually does is agree to accept your instructions to disburse your credit, in the form of money, to someone else. Your check, or wire transfer request, is that instruction. When the bank pays your check, or makes your transfer against your loan balance, it is manufacturing money. The periodically issued Money Supply figures reflect the amount of credit (money) that has been granted (manufactured), since the previously issued Money Supply figures.

The banking community can manufacture money exponentially without limit, creating an uncontrolled expansion of the money supply, creating more liquidity than the economy’s flow of goods and services requires. The government and markets, however, impose limits on this money manufacturing. If at each turn the credit line granted is less than the value of the asset provided for its support, then the amount of money manufactured at each turn will diminish. Again referring to money and banking text, the total money manufactured is limited to the reciprocal of the discount imposed at each level. If the credit at each level is say 80% of the value of the asset( a 20% discount), then the banking system will be able to manufacture five times as much money (credit) as the initial loan balance.

In the United States, the function of the Federal Reserve is to balance the money supply, and the government uses this money multiplier effect to manage the amount of money in the economy. The U.S. Federal Reserve Open Market Committee buys or sells bank instruments, and is doing so, creates or extinguishes credits that multiply. At a more basic level, the government sets banking system reserve requirements, forcing banks to set aside a portion of each asset to be deposited in a sterile Federal Reserve account, making that amount unavailable for loans, and therefore reducing the “multiplier effect”.

These specific transactions are U.S. Dollar denominated and are therefore subject to the Federal Reserve requirements. The fact that these transactions initiate outside the United States does not change the fact that they are U.S. Dollar transactions impacting the U.S. money supply.

At the international level, there is no Federal Reserve to set the reserve requirements. Instead, there is a series of agreements and conventions among the major trading nations, their central banks, and the major trading banks. These conventions, in addition to setting the procedural framework for the transactions under discussion, establish limits on money manufactured by imposing a discount in the trading market of bank instruments. This discount is set to limit monetary growth. This discount is much higher than the discount (interest rate) the market requires to cover the credit risk, the inflation rate, and the time value of money. As an example, the market of buyers and sellers of “prime bank” credits may need a 4% to 8% return or discount. What if the government wants to limit the money multiplier more tightly than a 4% to 8% discount? Well, they instruct the banks to sell their original issue instruments at a greater discount than the market requires. Problem – who gets the profit that arises from selling a bank instrument bought at below market cost? Who is allowed to buy? What should happen to this government imposed profit? How should it be used? Answer – knowledgeable, high integrity parties who operate by the rules and who use their profits for approved purposes.

If the banks could transact on their own behalf, then the profit would go right back into the banking system and the government imposed, discount based limit on monetary growth would not work. This is the basic reason the banks cannot speculate on their own account. They can not buy “fresh-cut” instruments of another bank, and must carry out their non-bank “account holder’s” instructions. Accordingly, the bank cannot be a signatory on your account, does not own the S.W.I.F.T. (third party guarantor) of wire proceeds, does not own the custodial receipt or the demand payment guarantee issued in response to the S.W.I.F.T. wire, and does not own collateral, or any rights to pay orders or portions of the transaction proceeds. Your bank transfers its account holder’s deposit via S.W.I.F.T. for the purpose of this transaction, and receives fees for doing so.

First, let’s discuss what the transaction is not. It is not a commercial loan transaction. It is not the imposition on the bank of a credit risk. It is not a transaction to be designated solely by your bank and the account holder, because it must conform to the international conventions. It is not a consumer of the bank’s credit, or any other resource. It is not done by the bank as a party in the transaction. It does not create bank assets or liabilities, except the asset arising from the bank’s earned fees.

These transactions entail the bank’s carrying out the account holder’s instructions to conditionally transfer funds (conditional cash backed S.W.I.F.T.); conditional upon the account holder’s receipt of a custodial Safekeeping receipt on a, for example, a Bank Guarantee. For this Service, the bank earns a fee. The bank is not a party to the transaction.

By convention, the profits accruing to the traders who are licensed by the U.S. Government to trade these U.S. Dollar denominated banking instruments are required by the IMF and Federal Reserve to gift 50%-80% of their profits to approved trusts, which manage the funds to support socioeconomic and humanitarian causes. This is how Europe was rebuilt after World War II, and today these trusts are a major source of funds for medical research, environmental clean-up, education, infrastructure and job retraining, etc.

The procedures for these transactions must conform to international banking system requirements to minimize risk to all parties and accommodate the banking system’s current transaction parameter.

Inquires directed to the International Banker, the Federal Reserve, the IMF and to governmental regulatory agencies involved with these programs, regardless of the level of participation, will be met with vehement denial. This is the nature of an INVITATIONAL program historically reserved for a select group of “Invited” international investors. Anyone who might use the profits to provide armaments to nations unfriendly toward the United States, or who is simply a greedy person and is only trying to satiate his own greed rather than benefit humanity with the profits, will never be allowed to participate in a program.

Resistance and denial are also the norm at the banking level, albeit for a different reason: the switching of large depositors from low-paying deposits to those with much larger profits.

The above is for informational purpose only and is not to be construed as a solicitation of investment funds nor the sale of securities. Neither is this a complete report nor any form of contract. This material does not represent the public policy of any bank or financial institution and is being made in response to request for information about the background of European Bank Debenture Trading.


  1. BOT (build–operate–transfer)
  2. BOT finds extensive application in infrastructure projects and in public–private partnership. In the BOT framework a third party, for example the public administration, delegates to a private sector entity to design and build infrastructure and to operate and maintain these facilities for a certain period. During this period the private party has the responsibility to raise the finance for the project and is entitled to retain all revenues generated by the project and is the owner of the regarded facility. The facility will be then transferred to the public administration at the end of the concession agreement,[3] without any remuneration of the private entity involved. Some or even all of the following different parties could be involved in any BOT project:

    The host government: Normally, the government is the initiator of the infrastructure project and decides if the BOT model is appropriate to meet its needs. In addition, the political and economic circumstances are main factors for this decision. The government provides normally support for the project in some form. (provision of the land/ changed laws)

    The concessionaire: The project sponsors who act as concessionaire create a special purpose entity which is capitalized through their financial contributions.

    Lending banks: Most BOT projects are funded to a big extent by commercial debt. The bank will be expected to finance the project on “non-recourse” basis meaning that it has recourse to the special purpose entity and all its assets for the repayment of the debt.

    Other lenders: The special purpose entity might have other lenders such as national or regional development banks

    Parties to the project contracts: Because the special purpose entity has only limited workforce, it will subcontract a third party to perform its obligations under the concession agreement. Additionally, it has to assure that it has adequate supply contracts in place for the supply of raw materials and other resources necessary for the project

  3. BOT Model
  4. BOT Project (build operate transfer project) is typically used to develop a discrete asset rather than a whole network and is generally entirely new or Greenfield in nature (although refurbishment may be involved). In a BOT Project the project company or operator generally obtains its revenues through a fee charged to the utility/ government rather than tariffs charged to consumers. A number of projects are called concessions, such as toll road projects, which are new build and have a number of similarities to BOTs.

    In general, a project is financially viable for the private entity if the revenues generated by the project cover its cost and provide sufficient return on investment. On the other hand, the viability of the project for the host government depends on its efficiency in comparison with the economics of financing the project with public funds. Even if the host government could borrow money on better conditions than a private company could, other factors could offset this particular advantage. For example, the expertise and efficiency that the private entity is expected to bring as well as the risk transfer. Therefore the private entity bears a substantial part of the risk. These are some types of the most common risks involved:

    Political risk: especially in the developing countries because of the possibility of dramatic overnight political change.

    Technical risk: construction difficulties, for example unforeseen soil conditions, breakdown of equipment

    Financing risk: foreign exchange rate risk and interest rate fluctuation, market risk (change in the price of raw materials), income risk (over-optimistic cash-flow forecasts), cost overrun risk.

  5. BOOT (build–own–operate–transfer)
  6. BOOT structure differs from BOT in that the private entity owns the works. During the concession period the private company owns and operates the facility with the prime goal to recover the costs of investment and maintenance while trying to achieve higher margin on project. The specific characteristics of BOOT make it suitable for infrastructure projects like highways, roads mass transit, railway transport and power generation and as such they have political importance for the social welfare but are not attractive for other types of private investments. BOOT & BOT are methods which find very extensive application in countries which desire ownership transfer and operations including. Some advantages of BOOT projects are:

    1. Encourage private investment
    2. Inject new foreign capital to the country
    3. Transfer of technology and know-how
    4. Completing project within time frame and planned budget
    5. Providing additional financial source for other priority projects
    6. Releasing the burden on public budget for infrastructure development

  7. BOO (build–own–operate)
  8. In a BOO project ownership of the project remains usually with the project company for example a mobile phone network. Therefore the private company gets the benefits of any residual value of the project. This framework is used when the physical life of the project coincides with the concession period. A BOO scheme involves large amounts of finance and long payback period. Some examples of BOO projects come from the water treatment plants. This facilities run by private companies process raw water, provided by the public sector entity, into filtered water, which is after returned to the public sector utility to deliver to the customers.

  9. BLT (build–lease–transfer)
  10. Under BLT a private entity builds a complete project and leases it to the government. On this way the control over the project is transferred from the project owner to a lessee. In other words the ownership remains by the shareholders but operation purposes are leased. After the expiry of the leasing the ownership of the asset and the operational responsibility are transferred to the government at a previously agreed price. For foreign investors taking into account the country risk BLT provides good conditions because the project company maintains the property rights while avoiding operational risk.

  11. DBFO (design–build–finance–operate)
  12. Design–build–finance–operate is a project delivery method very similar to BOOT except that there is no actual ownership transfer. Moreover, the contractor assumes the risk of financing till the end of the contract period. The owner then assumes the responsibility for maintenance and operation. Some disadvantages of DBFO are the difficulty with long term relationships and the threat of possible future political changes which may not agree with prior commitments.This model is extensively used in specific infrastructure projects such as toll roads. The private construction company is responsible for the design and construction of a piece of infrastructure for the government, which is the true owner. Moreover the private entity has the responsibility to raise finance during the construction and the exploitation period. The cash flows serve to repay the investment and reward its shareholders. They end up in form of periodical payment to the government for the use of the infrastructure. The government has the advantage that it remains the owner of the facility and at the same time avoids direct payment from the users. Additionally, the government succeeds to avoid getting into debt and to spread out the cost for the road over the years of exploitation.

  13. DBOT (design–build–operate–transfer)

  14. DCMF (design–construct–manage–finance)
  15. Some examples for the DCMF model are the prisons or the public hospitals. A private entity is built to design, construct, manage, and finance a facility, based on the specifications of the government. Project cash flows result from the government’s payment for the rent of the facility. In the case of the hospitals, the government has the ownership over the facility and has the price and quality control. The same financial model could be applied on other projects such as prisons. Therefore this model could be interpreted as a mean to avoid new indebtedness of public finance.


Specifically we check per occasion:

  1. FINANCINGS FROM OUR RESOURCES only if project assignor can simply show up to 10% of project. If he cannot then we can take control but only if we set rules different form his where exists equal participation.
  2. COMPLEX FINANCINGS τηροθγη OTC over the counter. Fund raising which we take over through our banks under our conditions and in combination with publication of pre-shares
  3. BONDED LOANS by publishing transformable bonds into shares that are assigned to banks which lend us by a pledge the company's shares which is the project owner.
  4. Loans throw DAC Development assistance countries for HUMMANITARIAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS with our cooperation with international NGOs
  6. Forgiven Loans for projects more than €100K under condition that the project owner will publish BG for the whole project and credit during the first 10 bank days.
  7. Bridge loans etc

In addition we provide solutions of projects of energy like:
  1. Tendering of energy infrastructure & Feasibility study
  2. Tendering energy systems
  3. Development of building concepts
  4. Subsidy application
  5. Defining specifications
  6. Project monitoring & management


  1. What is Venture Capital?
  2. Which is the difference from bank load financing?
  3. Where do venture capitals invest?

1. What is Venture Capital?

When referring to venture capital we characterize a global and long-lasting high risky business capital.

Our company can organize your VC in European and Asiatic markets.

We can organize you financing for

  1. Seed capital
  2. Startup capital
  3. Development capital.

2. Which is the difference from bank load financing?

For this specific case, the investor participates in the underwriting threat just like the businessman and usually he doas not have the requested bank guarantees.

The company aims to profit either under devidends or (most usually) under long-lasting outputs to the capital as a profit from re-pricing of shares.

3. Where do venture capitals invest?

Business capital may be used to businesses from seed capital till total business growth stage.

Usually we invest in companies which illustrate into their application studies the anticipations below :

  1. IRR>25%
  2. PBB<4 YEARS
  3. Systemic risk 3/10
  4. Entropic risk 2/10
  5. Management Team positive experience>10 years
  6. Technology level 7-8/10
  7. Technical management with a positive experience >10 years
  8. Position risk under control
  9. Global approach

Information needed for creating a Partnership Agreement

You'll need to have some information at the ready to create your Partnership Agreement., but most of it you probably know off hand. We'll guide you through the process with our step-by-step process so all you'll have to do is answer a few simple questions. Here are some of the key provisions in a Partnership Agreement.:

  1. Partnership name. This will be the legal name of your partnership.
  2. Business address. This is the physical address for the partnership. If there is none or only a post office box, then choose the address for one of the partners.
  3. Names of Partners.
  4. Effective date of agreement. This is the date that the partnership will begin. The date should be shortly after the Partnership Agreement is signed by all the partners.
  5. Primary purpose of partnership. For example, to purchase and lease out residential real estate.
  6. Voting requirements for partnership decisions. Generally, there are three options, including:
    1. all partners have equal voting rights regardless of ownership percentage (meaning each partner has one vote);
    2. all decisions require a majority vote with voting rights based on ownership percentage; or,
    3. all decisions require unanimous vote.
  7. Specify how costs will be shared among the partners. Typically this is according to ownership percentage. However, costs may also be assigned by percentages to each partner.
  8. Specify how profits will be shared among the partners. Typically this is according to ownership percentage. However, profits may also be assigned by percentages to each partner.
  9. Specify which partners will have authority to sign checks from the partnership account.
  10. For each partner, specify how much (in specific amount) partner will contribute to partnership.
  11. Specify deadline for partners to make contributions to partnership (specific date).
  12. Specify who will maintain accounting of profits made by partnership. Typically, this is an accountant or one of the partners. This may be an accounting firm or a person.
  13. Specify how often partnership finances will be audited. The choices include every six (6) months, once per year or upon majority vote of partners.
  14. Specify the type of contribution account the partnership will maintain. This is the contribution account that will be used for all monies the partners give to the partnership. Each partner may have their own individual contribution account. Or, the partnership may have one large contribution account.
  15. Specify type of accounting records partnership will maintain. This will be either cash basis or accrual basis.
  16. Specify the partnership’s fiscal year-end. Will be last day of month chosen.
  17. If partner withdraws from partnership, specify number of days the partnership, as an entity, will have to buy the withdrawn shares.
  18. If partner withdraws from partnership and partnership chooses not to buy withdrawn shares, specify number of days partners will have to buy withdrawn shares. Please note, that if withdrawn shares are not purchased by the end of this period, the partnership will be dissolved.
  19. Specify type of vote required to dissolve partnership. This may be unanimous, by a majority, single partner vote or some other method.

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