Our Trading Partners
Get access to all markets through our relationships.
Protect your assets through the platforms provided by our partner banks. Active Management, together with its partner banks and financial institutions, provide the cornerstone to support your financial goals.
These partners have been carefully selected for our clients based on their over 200 year history serving the financial needs of the world’s wealthiest organizations and families. These institutions have demonstrated the strength, independence and commitment to adapt to an ever-changing environment from generation to generation.
Commodity Trade Services
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Active Management Nor has a strong background in energy related products, with domestic and international sources for oil, gasoline, petroleum, natural gas, diesel, JP 54 jet fuel and Mazut.
Trim your search time. We already did the legwork.
We can also assist clients with their precious metals needs. We have worldwide sourcing for gold, silver, copper and platinum. Precious & Semi Precious Stones
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Active Management Nor can also help you with your precious and semi-precious stone requirements. We have an international network that can provide diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires.
Bank Debenture Trading
Exceptional opportunities and remarkable returns.
Our relationships with bankers, traders, funders and alternative financial sources around the world give us access to key players seeking trading and investment opportunities. The result of our connections and relationship building with insiders is an unparalleled productive environment for our clients. We help you make the most out of opportunities in the trading of debt instruments – the purchasing of monetary securities at a beneficially lower price to be sold at a significantly higher price in money markets – in order to help you raise the funds you need to support your project.
The trading in “debt instruments” is a multi trillion dollar industry worldwide. Top world banks (Money Center Banks) are authorized to issue blocks of debt instruments like Bank Purchase Orders (BPOs), Promissory Bank Notes or Mid-Term Notes (MTNs), Zero Coupon Bonds (Zeros), Documentary Letters of Credit (DLCs), Stand By Letters of Credit (SLCs), or Bank Debenture Instruments (BDls) under International Chamber of Commerce guidelines (ICC – 500 & 600). The prices of these instruments are quoted as a percentage of the face amount of the instrument, with the initial market price being established when first issued. Thereafter, as they are resold to other banks, they are sold at escalating higher prices, thus realizing a profit on each transaction, which can take as little as one day to complete. As these debt instruments are bought and sold within the banking community, the trading cycles generally move from the higher level banks to lower level (smaller) banks. Often they move through as many as seven or eight trading cycles, until they eventually are sold to an already contracted retail customer or “exit buyer” such as a pension fund trust fund, foundation, insurance company, security dealer, etc. that is seeking a conservative, reasonable yield investment that is suitable for 8 figure amounts. By the time the bank debentures ultimately reach the “retail” or secondary market level, they are, of course, selling at substantially higher prices than when originally issued. For example, while the original issuing bank might sell a “MTW” at 80% of it’s face value, by the time it finally reaches the “retail/exit” buyer it can sell for 91% to 93% of it’s face value. Since these transactions are intended for large financial institutions, they are denominated in face amounts commonly ranging from US $10 million.
The real secret of successful participation lies not in knowing the how, why and wherefore of these transactions, but far more importantly, in knowing and developing a strong working relationship with the “Insiders.”