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Welcome to Whole Wealth Group Ltd. This is a holding page until the website goes live around the 30th of September 2020. Thank you for bearing with us until then. Our contact email address is at the bottom of the page.

We provide whole wealth consulting, facilitation and information services globally for sophisticated individuals and organisations seeking to significantly accelerate business growth and greatly expand project funding, be it commercial or development/humanitarian in nature.

We do this by facilitating access to private placement bank trading programs and instrument monetisation transactions, and are among a very small percentage of participants who have succeeded in getting clients contracted and paid. With 25 years of experience working for top tier international investment banks, the Founder has built up a sophisticated international professional network of trade platform intake facilitators and program managers, and together with whole wealth partners, we help increase the likelihood of successful program entry and realisation of extraordinary results.

What drives us is an amazing opportunity to intelligently leverage these special programs for the good of all. Using a “whole wealth” whole-systems approach to influencing and channelling investments into activities that accelerate progress on achieving the Global Goals for Sustainable Development, we also want every succeeding generation to see how high and how far they can go in doing justice to the full (re)generative evolutionary potentials of life.  

What are Private Placement Programs?

Private Placement Programs, also known by other names such as High-Yield Private Investment Programs, Managed Buy/Sell Programs or Project Funding Trade Programs, are a remarkable and little known specialist trading and investment niche born in the aftermath of the Second World War, primarily for the rebuilding of infrastructures and economies devastated by the war. Taking advantage of the issuing, trading and leverage capabilities of top-rated banks, Private Placement Program trading is lower risk than in public markets or private equity as it is based on the fact that the transactions are performed as arbitrage transactions, with off balance sheet bank debt instruments bought and immediately resold at pre-defined prices. A number of buyers and sellers are contracted, including exit-buyers comprising mostly of large financial institutions, insurance companies, or extremely wealthy individuals.

The issued instruments are never sold directly to the exit-buyer, but to a chain of buyers, with each making a pre-agreed profit along the chain to the end buyer. The banks involved cannot directly participate in these transactions, but are still profiting from it indirectly by loaning money with interest to the trader or client as a line of credit, which can equate to ten times or more of the client’s principal amount. This is their leverage. Furthermore, banks profit from the commissions involved in each transaction. The client’s principal does not have to be used for the transactions, as it is only reserved as a compensating balance (“mirrored”) against this credit line. This credit line is then used to back up the arbitrage transactions. Since the trading is done as arbitrage, the money (“credit line”) doesn’t have to be used, but it must still be available to back up each and every transaction.

These programs, by their very nature, year after year generate returns far in excess of those typically achieved in the mainstream markets or in private equity transactions, even accounting for changes in various factors including economic and market conditions, program availability, trader requirements, and the profile and jurisdiction of the client/applicant and their bank. Except for some of the instrument monetisation and “small cap” programs at the lowest range of financial commitment, which may require movement of funds to an Attorney trust account or trader sub-account for example, usually a client’s funds will not need to leave their account provided the bank where these funds are held is acceptable for the program to which the client is applying.

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