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Glossary of Private Placement “Lingo”/Key Terms

private-placement-program-glossary-1In the private placement world, there are a number of unique terms which are important to understand and implement.  For us, learning them took endless questions and research, but after 7 years of persistence, we finally mastered the language of “brokerland”.

To help our readers avoid the same learning curve, we created something which everyone can appreciate, a “Private Placement Glossary”.  Providing OVER 85 of the most important terms in the private placement business, we GUARANTEE you will NEVER find anything more comprehensive, or well-detailed.

Below we have listed various acronyms, phrases, and other unique terms which are commonly used in the private placement community. Scroll down, it’s a long page, but it will prove invaluable in your journey to success!


BCL (Bank Comfort Letter):  A letter written by a bank officer on behalf of a customer, attesting to the current balance and good standing of an account holder.

BG (Bank Guarantee): A bank instrument, guaranteeing a certain face value for an investor, while collecting an annual interest before expiring upon maturity.

CD (Certificate of Deposit): A financial product offered by banks to account holders who agree to leave their funds on deposit for a pre-defined period. This allows investors to collect a higher annual interest, while securing their money in a low risk venture.

CIS (Client Information Sheet): One of the compliance documents typically required for private placement programs. This document asks for basic information such as the contact details, and line of business the applicant is in.

CMO (Collateralized Mortgage Obligation): A mortgage-backed, investment-grade bond that separates mortgage pools into different maturity classes. By creating a CMO, the bond issuer can collect immediate capital while the purchaser gets the bond at a discount from face value, and collects annual interest.  Though these bonds are frequently found in the private placement business, most of them are worthless since the financial crisis hit.

DTC (Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation):  DTCC provides clearing, settlement and information services for equities, bonds, securities, money market instruments and over-the-counter derivatives. This medium is used in private placement programs to transfer/assign assets to a trader, from an investor.

FPA (Fee Protection Agreement):  An official document outlining all fees due to intermediaries upon the completion of transaction.  This is critical for any private placement broker to understand, and utilize.

ITR (Irrevocable Trust Receipt):  A receipt confirming and detailing the deposit of specific assets into a trust.  Though the ITR contains all details of the asset, banks typically will not assign a value to it since the asset is NOT deposited in a credible bank, but rather a private trust.

JV (Joint Venture):  An agreement between two entities outlining compensation, fees, and the obligations of both parties in relation to a specific business venture.  This is the most common legal structure for private placement programs.

KYC (Know your Client):  In some cases, this form will substitute for the client information sheet. Just like the CIS, it requests contact details and other related information.  Also, this phrase is used when referring to the “Know your Client” law, which many investment markets enforce. It states that you must know your client well, and unless deceived, you can incur certain liabilities for future problematic actions of the client.

LOI (Letter of Intent):  A letter provided by investors interested in a private placement programs, defining their unsolicited interest to enter the investment transaction.  This document can also be used for areas outside of private placement, especially where solicitation laws apply.

LTV (Loan to Value):  This is the loan value that a bank/lender will provide after evaluating an assets worth. Usually, this is used for hard/illiquid assets, and is stated in % in relation to the asset’s appraisal value (Loan/Appraisal Value = LTV %).

MIA (Missing in Action):  A term that describes what happens to most private placement brokers when they fail to live up to their promises. One day, they are blowing up your phones, the next day they are nowhere to be found.

MTN (Medium Term Note): A tradable and discountable debt instrument issued by banks, collecting an annual interest before expiring upon maturity with a specified face value.

NCND (Non-Circumvention, Non-Disclosure Agreement):  An agreement between two parties defining the boundaries and limitations of their relationship. Typically, this agreement is used by private placement brokers to “protect” from future circumvention.

POF (Proof of Funds):  The process of allowing another individual to temporarily show your assets as their own, with the fee dependent upon the time it’s utilized.  Also, this phrase can refer to a bank statement, or other financial document, proving the assets of a prospective investor.

PPM (Private Placement Memorandum):  A formal description of an investment opportunity which is created to comply with various federal securities regulations. This outlines all details of the “private placement” offered, as well the obligations of both parties involved.

PPP (Private Placement Program): A private investment program which trades discounted bank instruments (MTN/BG) for profit in the secondary market.

RWA (Ready, Willing, and Able):  Phrase used by private placement brokers confirming the readiness of an investor to satisfy requirements, and more forward with an opportunity.  This statement can also be made in the form of a document, which some programs may require.

SBLC (Stand by Letter of Credit):  A document issued as a guarantee of payment by a bank, on behalf of a client. This is used as “payment of last resort” if the client fails to fulfill a contractual commitment with a third party. In the private placement world, this term is often associated with fraudulent companies that offer bank instrument leasing and/or project funding “opportunities”.

SKR (Safe Keeping Receipt):  A document created by a bank, on behalf of its customer, which specifies all details of an asset, and confirms its current existence on deposit.

T-BILL (Treasury Bill):  A short-term debt obligation in the form of a interest accruing note, backed by the U.S. government with a maturity of less than one year.

T-NOTE (Treasury Note):  A marketable U.S. government debt security containing a fixed annual interest, and a maturity between one and 10 years.

T-STRIP (Treasury Strip):  This is a “zero coupon” bond issued by the U.S government whose yield is based upon the difference between the discounted price it is purchased at, and its face value at maturity (ex. 10M Note, buy at 85% of face, worth 100% at maturity).

VOD (Verification of Deposit):  This is a signed document provided by a financial institution, verifying the current balance and history of an account holder.  This is similar to a BCL, but the verbiage may be different.


Administrative Hold: A term usually referred to by inexperienced brokers. It refers to the investor’s bank reserving funds in favor of another individual, without actually encumbering or moving the asset.

Asset Backed: Refers to a note or bank instrument which is collateralized by hard assets, not liquid assets.  This can be gems, gold, art, diamonds, or other rare valuables.

Assignment: Transferring ownership, or rights to use the collateral, to another individual for a specific period of time. Some traders require this for private placement investments.

Bank Instrument: A debt instrument issued by banks to access immediate liquidity, providing an annual interest and face value for the purchaser. BG’s and MTN’s are common examples.

Bank to Bank: A phrased typically used by brokers, referring to the private verification of assets from the investor’s bank officer, to the trader’s/seller’s bank officer.

Beneficiary; The individual listed as the owner of a debt instrument, such as a medium term notes (MTN‘s) or bank guarantees (BG’s).

Best Efforts:
This is a term used in any real private placement contract. It states that the trader, or investment manager, will use their best efforts to achieve high profits.  For example, a contract may say “profits will be achieved on a best efforts basis”.

Blocked Funds: A general phrase which refers to blocking liquid assets in favor of another person. This is most commonly achieved via swift MT 760, unless you are in the USA.

Broker Chain:
Also known as a “daisy chain”, this frequently used term describes the “layers” of brokers that one must go through before they reach a trader. Unfortunately, there are usually several private placement brokers involved in any deal.

Bullet Program: Phrase created by inexperienced brokers that describes “short-term” private placement programs, promising high returns in less than 30 days.

Cash Backed:
Assets which are backed by cash, making them far more appealing for banks and private placement traders.

Cash Poor: This refers to an individual that is “asset rich, but cash poor”.  Though they may have millions in hard assets, they may have little to no liquidity to engage in various transactions.

Circumvention: Cutting out the people who introduced you to the opportunity or broker, with no intent to reward them if you are successful.

Collateral: An asset guaranteeing the line of credit the bank gives, which can be seized upon default from the loan terms.  Bank instruments, cash, and MT 760’s are some examples.

Commission: Payments which can be earned by introducing a service provide to a prospective client.

Commitment Holder:
An individual/institution who is contractually obligated to purchase a bank instrument at an agreed upon value.   Without “prior commitment”, the seller of the bank instrument would never have purchased the note because their intent was trading for profit.  This term is also similar to the phrase “exit buyer”.

Compliance: The process of completing due diligence on a new private placement investor. At this time, the investor must complete the required documentation, usually referred to as the “compliance package”.

Corporate Resolution:
A compliance document which asks the client to formally state their relationship to the business entity they represent.

Cutting House: Term referring to a bank which creates, issues, and backs discounted bank instruments. The instruments are “cut”, and sold to traders at discounts, who then sell them at a higher price to “exit buyers”.

Discount: The idea that bank instruments can be purchased at a discount from face value, leaving the opportunity to profit from resale, or the difference between face.

Due Diligence: Phrase referring to the process of qualifying people by verifying and investigating their background. This is used mutually by private placement traders and investors.

Escrow: An escrow service is a licensed and regulated company that collects, holds, and sends money, according to conditions specified by both the customer and service provider. Once the conditions of the customer are met, funds are immediately released to the service provider. Typically, in the private placement business, escrow is used to pay upfront fees for “sketchy” services such as leased bank instruments, funding opportunities, and others.

Euroclear: The world’s largest settlement system for securities transactions, covering bonds and equities, as well as bank instruments.  This important and efficient medium allows transactions to be completed remotely, while ensuring safety for both the buyer and seller of the asset.

Exit Buyer: A term used very frequently, referring to the “buyer in place” purchasing the bank instrument at a higher value from the current owner.

Fishing: When a “prospect” contacts a private placement broker with little to no intent to move forward, but plenty of detailed questions in an effort to “fish” for information.

Free and Clear: Also known as “unencumbered”, it means there are no liens or current debt obligations associated with that particular asset.

Fresh Cut: Phrase referring to a recently issued bank instrument that has had only one owner over the course of its existence. Usually, they are accessed at a steep discount from face.

Funding: A shorter way to reference “project funding”, usually referred to by those with insufficient capital to fund their project through private placement programs.

Gate-Keeper: An individual who claims to be “direct” to a trader with a private placement program.

Guarantee: This is a word that should NEVER be used in any investment niche, especially one as volatile as the private placement market.  Though it may not seem like a key term, it is for one VERY big reason.  Any broker or trader that “guarantees” certain profit amounts is breaking the law, and will NEVER fulfill their claims.

Hypothecate: The process of assigning a monetary value to an illiquid asset, and then extracting liquidity in the form of a loan, using the illiquid asset as collateral.

In-Ground Assets: Land areas which have been appraised based upon geological assessments of the assets which lie beneath.   Many in the private placement business try to enter programs with land containing precious metals, energy materials, and more. Unfortunately, most have no luck due to the current worldwide liquidity crisis, and the high excavation costs to isolate the asset.

Intermediary: Anyone involved in a private placement transaction, either through introduction or compensation, who is NOT the trader or client.

Joker Broker: Term used to describe inexperienced private placement brokers who do nothing but waste your time.

Junk Bond: A bond issued by a company or institution which has poor financial integrity, making the bond effectively worthless.  Some examples which private placement brokers may encounter are: Venezuelan bonds, Brazilian bonds, gold bearer bonds, certain corporate bonds, and many others.

Ledger to Ledger: This phrase refers to a transfer between two accounts held by the same bank. For example, a trader may have an HSBC account, and send the profits to a client with a different HSBC account.  This is far more efficient, and avoids possible problems associated with external transfers.

Letter of Authorization:
A compliance document required for all private placement investors, allowing the trade group to verify the investor’s assets bank to bank.  This is also known as the “Authorization to Verify”.

Line of Credit: Though it may sound fancy, it’s just a bank loan. Usually in the private placement world, this refers to the loan given to the trader right before trading starts.

Managed Buy/Sell: Another synonym for private placement programs. It refers to the managed buying and selling of bank instruments by a private placement trader.

Mandate: Another term meaning someone is “direct” to an investment opportunity or client.  Usually, this term is used by very inexperienced brokers.

MT 103: This is an improved version of the original swift MT 100, which is similar to a wire transfer. Though it is a direct transfer, the MT 103 has a large number of options which describe conditions and instructions for how the payment should be made.

MT 760: This swift message is used to block funds in favor of someone other than the investor, collateralizing the asset while allowing for loans against it.

MT 799: This swift message is used between banks to communicate in written form, and is usually referred to as “pre-advice”. Typically, the MT 799 will be needed directly before the MT 760 Is issued.

Non-Depletion Account: A term used in private placement contracts which guarantees the funds of the client will never be depleted by the trader.

A compliance document that protects the consultants by having the investor state they were not solicited.

Paper: A synonym used by private placement brokers referring to bank instruments such as bank guarantees or medium term notes.

Paymaster: An individual elected by intermediaries who will accept all commission payments on a private placement transaction, and then distribute them in accordance to the agreement between the parties.  This can be an attorney, one of the brokers, or anyone else the intermediaries feel comfortable with.

Piggyback Program: A newly created phrase referring to the concept of “pooling” investors to meet the minimum capital requirements of a private placement program. For example, 10 investors with 10M would try to meet the 100M minimum which most private placement traders require. Be VERY careful when pursuing this type of “program”, since most do not perform as promised.

Ping: This term refers to a type of private placement program which allows investors to leave funds in their account, while the trading bank verifies the full balance is still present on a daily or weekly basis. Supposedly, traders can access a loan against this “ping”/verification of funds and start trading on the clients behalf. Beware of these programs, as most never perform as promised.

Platform: Another synonym for private placement programs which refers to the corporate structure of the trade group.

Power of Attorney:
A document signed by the account holder which gives authority for someone to act on their behalf, as specified in the agreement.

Program Manager: An individual who claims to be “direct” to a trader with a private placement program, accepting all applications and questions from prospective investors.

Promissory Note: Basically, it’s an IOU given from one party to another, stating debt repayment obligations and terms. In all reality, it is really worth nothing to third parties.

Seasoned: Common term that refers to bank instruments, such as medium term notes (MTN’s) and bank guarantees (BG’s), which have been owned by several different beneficiaries over their existence.

Shopping: When a representative/broker sends out an investor’s compliance package to several “program managers” at the same time.  This is greatly frowned upon, and can ruin relationships with real traders.

Signatory: An individual who legally represents the assets/services of another person, entity or themselves, by executing all contractual agreements and related obligations.

Slightly Seasoned: A bank instrument which has been traded, having more than one owner over its lifespan before maturity.  This is usually a bank instrument which is discounted moderately, sold at a value of 70-85% of face.

Swift: A system of communication between banks, allowing account holders to block, transfer, or assign assets as per their request.  Examples are the swift MT 100, MT 103, MT 760, and MT 799.

Tabletop: A term which refers to a face to face meeting between a buyer/investor, and a seller/trader.

Trade Program: A synonym of the term “private placement program”, this phrase is frequently substituted by brokers in business.

Trader: A person with a direct relationship to a bank that is issuing discounted bank instruments, which will later be sold to a pre-defined “exit buyer” at a higher value.

Trading Bank: This is the bank where the trader receives the collateral, or assignment thereof, from the investor. Also, this bank provides the line of credit to the trader.

Unencumbered: This means the referenced asset has no liens or debt obligations to any third party.

Though we’ve done our best to include all of the key terms associated with private placement programs, we apologize if we missed anything you feel is important.  If there are any other terms you feel our readers would appreciate, scroll down and post them now!

Being this is ONLY Private Placement Glossary that exists online, we truly hope that you appreciate the extensive effort we have put into it.  Obviously, we encourage our readers to understand and apply the terms we have mentioned, but you must ALWAYS must remember one thing: you can learn all of the “lingo”you want, but acronyms don’t close deals, education and experience does.

InsideTrade LLC Staff
Phone: (949) 444-2111


  • vailllant said:

    Which companies are reliable for the Private Placement Program which offers higher returns?

  • Gerald Pippen said:

    Which companies that are participating right now and there is actually a payout? There are a tremendous amount of people out there trying this but have not been paid.

  • InsideTrade Staff (author) said:

    Hello Gerald/Vaillant,

    Though we can not provide names of specific companies that offer private placement programs on our website, you can network with other members on our site to find a real trader.

    The good thing is, if you are speaking to people who have read our articles, you will avoid much of the time waste, and will get straight to the point.

    If you would like to, feel free to contact us via phone and we can speak about some of our experiences, which may of interest to you.

    Have a good one, and thanks for the posts!

  • Johnny said:

    Thanks for creating this to the site owners, i talked to tons of people who talked about having private placement programs, but didnt know these terms.

    I hope you keep writing these articles fast, i need them. Can we give you topics to write about? :smile:

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    Thank you so much, this article is right on the spot with all the terms. I am going to try to think of some more and add them later.

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  • fasar khan said:

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  • fasar khan said:

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  • sulevss said:

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  • Rafael Espina said:


    Your glossary on DTC is blatantly wrong. DTC is not an acronym for Depository Trust Committee.
    DTC aka DTCC is a New York based clearing house, and its acronym stands for DEPOSITORY TRUST CLEARING CORPORATION, DTC for short. Kindly make the necessary corrections.
    Txs. Rafael Espina

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    Jose Bueno

  • Straight Shooter said:

    Dear Inside Trade,

    I recommend that you point out that the terms, "fresh cut" and "slightly seasoned" are themselves used only by inexperienced brokers. The correct terms, respectively, are, "new issue," and "seasoned." There is no such thing as, "slightly seasoned." An instrument is either a 'new issue' or it's 'seasoned.'

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  • BS Spotter said:

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  • V.V.S. Ramakrishna said:

    Hi Jose,
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    Gurgaon, Haryana, India

  • V.V.S. Ramakrishna said:

    Hi fasar

    I have investors who are keen on these high yielding programmes but are skeptical on the proposals that have so far been floated. In case you have programmes that are sound, safe, risk free and offer high yielding returns, I would certainly like to be informed for the benefit of all concerned. Thanks …. Ramakrishna, Gurgaon, Haryana, India

  • maria said:

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  • mathew said:

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    hifasar khan,

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  • PSH said:

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  • Muhsin said:

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  • SBLC | Si Fractus Fortis said:

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  • George Booth said:

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  • Ryan shearwaters said:

    We have a direct provider for BG/SBLC, specifically for lease at a leasing price of 6+2 of face value Issuance by HSBC London/Hong Kong or any other 25 top AA rated Bank in Europe, Middle East or USA
    Contact: Mr. Ryan Shearwaters
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  • thomas said:


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  • Stanley David said:

    We are direct providers of Fresh Cut BG, SBLC, MTN, Bonds, Bank draft and CDs which we have specifically for lease. We do not have any broker chain in this offer or get involved in Chauffer driven offers. We deliver with time and precision as sethforth in the agreement. You are at liberty to engage our leased facilities into trade programs as well as in signature project(s) such as Aviation, Agriculture, Petroleum, Telecommunication, construction ofDams, Bridges and any other turnkey project(s) etc. Our terms and Conditions are reasonable.

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    4. Age: One Year, One Day
    5. Leasing Price: 6% of Face Value plus 2% commission fees to brokers to be shared 50/50 between the brokers on both lessor/lessee side
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  • Michael Gardener said:

    We have direct providers of Fresh Cut BG (Bank Guarantee), SBLC (Standby letter of credit) and MTN which are specifically for lease. Our bank instrument can be engaged in PPP Trading, Discounting, Signature Project(s) such as Aviation, Agriculture, Petroleum, Telecommunication, Construction of Dams, Bridges, Real Estate and all kind of projects.

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  • Mike said:

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