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Opportunity for individuals, corporate and government looking for an International Investment Fund for their project or to expand their business; Rhi-Proxy Consult in partnership with International Direct Lenders would like to offer individuals, businesses and government this opportunity for the provision of investment fund and project financing.

Non-Recourse Loan ranging from: $ 1M to $ 1B and above

Interest Rate: ranging from 4% to 8% annually

Processing Time: 14 to 45 working days

Advance processing fee: ranging from $83,000 to $ 250,000

Collateral: BG/SBLC – will be issued on behalf of client after paying advance processing fee

 Below are our products and services:

Ø Project Finance / Non-Recourse Loan

 Ø Collateral Transfer Facilities (BG/SBLC)

Ø Issuance of Bank Guarantee (BG), Standby Letter of Credit (SBLC)

 Ø Credit Line (Monetize) against our Leased BG / SBLC


Anyone who will refer business to us is entitled to 0.002% commission on the contract loan thus, after successfully closure of the transaction.

Should you require any further clarification, do not hesitate to contact me directly on +233-558582132/+233277351843 or WhatsApp on +233-266255902


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