American Blind Pools For Asian Private Companies By William Cate Published July 1999 [http://home.earthlink.net/~beowulfinvestments/] [http://home.earthlink.net/~beowulfinvestments/globalvillageinvestmentclubwelcome/]
You'll earn twenty million U. S. Dollars packaging five Asian companies into American Blind Pools (ABP). Your private company client gets a million U. S. Dollars of expansion capital. Their private company becomes an American public company. Their company is insulated from local currency fluctuations because their stock trades in American dollars. The ABP's can offer Asian businesses substantial tax benefits. An ABP can qualify the company for local Government business incentive programs.
A Blind Pool is a public shell company with money in the treasury. A shell is a company without assets. Public means a company that trades on the American Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB). These public stocks are quoted everywhere in Asia on the Internet. In our Workshop discussion, money means one million U. S. Dollars.
Your group needs cash to make an American Blind Pool program profitable. You must hire a firm to create local demand for the stock of your American Blind Pool companies. You'll need help creating the American Blind Pools and arranging the million-dollar European Private Placement. You should budget US$200,000 for each blind pool you create. It's probably more seed capital than your group will require, but it's wiser to over estimate costs.
Your group needs Asian private business contacts to sell your American Blind Pools. Most Asian businesses are undervalued. This is your opportunity to help sound local companies while making your fortune doing it. Your group's strong private company contacts must be with operating companies. The U. S. Million dollar infusion must ensure a million dollar increase in the company's profits. If your private company contacts are solid, you can pre-sell American Blind Pools (ABP) and reduce your overhead.
How will you structure the stock in your American Blind Pools? You'll need ten percent of the issued stock to create the American Blind Pool. Your group will retain ten percent of the ABP stock. You'll need to issue ten percent of the stock to secure the ABP European Private Placement underwriting. The Asian Private company will get seventy percent of the ABP stock. The
ABP's issued stock will be about 5.5 million shares.
How will your group make US$4 million from each American Blind Pool? An American public shell with eighty percent control is worth US$40,000, PLUS the net cash in the Treasury. You are offering seventy percent control with a million dollars in the Treasury. The private company should pay you at least US$400,000 for the ABP. You'll have over 500,000 shares of the ABP's stock. If you sell the stock at an average price of US$8/share, you'll gross over US$4 million. Deduct your US$200,000 in organizational costs and brokerage commissions. Deduct the cost of listing your ABP companies on a European Stock Exchange. Your group still earns over US$4 million from each American Blind Pool.
The secret to an eight U. S. Dollar share price is to ensure that there are more buyers than sellers of the ABP shares. The American OTCBB trading will set the ABP's share price. There's only a half million shares in the American OTCBB Market. Focus buying here and you'll see the ABP share price climb. You can afford to list your ABP companies on a European Stock Exchange. The European Private Placement shares will be sold in Europe. You can sell your shares in Europe. It should take you less than a year to realize your group's profit from an ABP.
To complete its recovery, Asian business needs capital infusion. ABP's are one way create capital while making your risk capital group a fortune. I'm willing to create and arrange the funding of American Blind Pools for credible Asian merchant banking and venture capital firms. Do you have the seed cash and the business contacts? DealMakers will sponsor a one-day workshop at the Regency Hotel in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, January 15, 2000. I'm the Workshop moderator. If your group wants to attend, please contact the magazine.
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About the Author
He has been the Managing Director of Beowulf Investments [http://home.earthlink.net/~beowulfinvestments/] since 1981 and is the Executive Director of the Global Village Investment Club [http://home.earthlink.net/~beowulfinvestments/globalvillageinvestmentclubwelcome/]
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