Asset-Backed Securities - ABS

Fund-Of-Fund Investment Strategy

 

Our schemes are both Fettered and Unfettered investments in Asset-Backed Security, Corporate Bonds, Commercial Real Estate Mortgage-Backed Investment, Auto Equity Loans, Refund Anticipation Loans (RAL's) portfolios containing assets and funds managed by MKG Money Service Business and external funds controlled by other private lenders, and banking partners managers from other companies, this combined private equity (FOF) Fund-Of-Fund strategy aims to achieve broad diversification and appropriate asset allocation with investments in a variety of fund categories that are all wrapped into one fund that features a annual point to point interest rate.  


What is an "Asset-Backed Security-ABS"


An asset-backed security (ABS) is a financial security collateralized by a pool of assets such as loans, leases, credit card debt, royalties or receivables. For investors, asset-backed securities are an alternative to investing in corporate debt


Our Asset-Backed Security Investor (FOF) opportunity


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Accredited Investors hypothetical (ABS) performance interest rates   


3%  

4.5%  

6%  

7.5%  

8.99%  

10%   


(Collateralized Debt Obligation) hypothetical performance interest rates 

  

12%  

18%  

24%  

30%  

35%


Disclosures   


IMPORTANT: The projections or other information generated by MKG Financial Group Holdings Inc and its subsidiaries regarding the likelihood of various investment outcomes are hypothetical in nature, do not reflect actual investment results, and are not guarantees of future results. The guidance is educational in nature, is not fully individualized, and is not intended to serve as the primary or sole basis for your investment or private placement offering decisions.   

The return assumptions are not reflective of any specific product, and do not include any fees or expenses that may be incurred by investing in specific products. 


The actual returns of a specific product may be more or less than the returns used. It is not possible to directly invest in an fund. Financial forecasts, rates of return, risk, inflation, and other assumptions may be used as the basis for illustrations.


 They should not be considered a guarantee of future performance or a guarantee of achieving overall financial objectives. Past performance is not a guarantee or a predictor of future results of either the indices or any particular investment.   Results may vary with each use and over time.


 

Breaking Down "Asset-Backed Security-ABS


Asset-backed securities allow issuers to generate more cash, which, in turn, is used for more lending while giving investors the opportunity to invest in a wide variety of income-generating assets. Usually, the underlying assets of an ABS are illiquid and can't be sold on their own. But pooling the assets together and creating a financial security, a process called securitization, enables the owner of the assets to make them marketable. The underlying assets of these pools may be home equity loans, automobile loans, credit card receivables, student loans or other expected cash flows. Issuers of ABS can be as creative as they desire. For example, ABS have been created based on cash flows from movie revenues, royalty payments, aircraft leases and solar photovoltaics. Just about any cash-producing situation can be securitized into an ABS.


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