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 COMPANIES AROUND THE WORLD ARE UNABLE TO REPAY THEIR DEBTS OR MAKE INTEREST PAYMENTS DUE TO THE 2020 COVID-LED DISRUPTIONS.

A growing number of companies and individual borrowers worldwide are unable to repay their debts or make interest payments due to covid-led disruptions. Lenders have been hit hard by the covid-led disruptions, which triggered an unprecedented economic slump hurting borrowers’ ability to repay debts.

BAD LOANS AND DISTRESSED ASSETS REMAIN THE BIGGEST PROBLEMS FACING MOST BANKS AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS WORLDWIDE.

Financial institutions around the world continue to face a marked rise in non-performing loans (NPLs). Tackling ballooning non-performing assets (NPA) is the biggest challenge facing most lenders in 2021, as skyrocketing loan defaults have had a devastating impact on banks and other financial institutions’ cash flow, earnings, profit, capital, and balance sheets.

The recent flow of debt restructurings, defaults, and high-profile bankruptcies caused by the 2020 covid-led disruptions has increased the awareness of the need to manage credit exposure. What is the most effective way to hedge credit risk in your loan portfolios?
WTE CREDIT DEFAULT SWAP IS THE ANSWER!

WHAT IS CREDIT DEFAULT SWAP?

 WHAT IS WTE CREDIT DEFAULT SWAP?

WTE credit default swap is a financial instrument that protects all your loans and other financial assets against the risks of non-payment, defaults, bankruptcies, credit rating downgrades, losses, and unforeseen events.

CDS PROTECT LOANS AND FINANCIAL ASSETS AGAINST RISKS, DEFAULTS, & CREDIT EVENTS.

If your loans and financial assets underperform, give no ROI, sustain any losses, decline in value, or fails for any reason, CDS guarantees that you will get monetary compensation of 100% of the book value of your assets.

Whether your assets are worth $10M, $100M, $100B, or more, it doesn’t matter. Thus, you can now recover and get full compensation for all your bad loans, distressed assets, and non-collectible receivables at their total book value by transferring the credit risk to WTE in exchange for a certain premium. The “Default swap premium” is the premium (fixed rate) that the buyer agrees to pay the WTE in exchange for the transfer of credit risk. 

EXAMPLES OF A CDS

Example 1 of Credit Default Swap

● An investment trust owns $500 million corporate bonds issued by a private housing firm.
● If there is a risk the private housing firm may default on repayments, then the investment trust may buy a CDS from WTE. This CDS is worth $500 million.
● The investment trust will pay interest on this Credit Default Swap of 1%. This could involve payments of $5,000,000 a year for the duration of the contract.
● If the private housing firm defaults, then WTE will pay compensation to the investment bank of $500 million – the value of the Credit Default Swap.
● Therefore, WTE takes on more considerable risk and could end up paying $500 million.

 Example 2 of Credit Default Swap

  • ● Suppose that Bank of America has lent money to GM in the form of a $1B bond.
    ● Bank of America may then purchase a Credit Default Swap from WTE.
    ● If the GM defaults on the loan, then WTE will pay Bank of America the loan value.
    ● Thus, Bank of America has protection against loan default. WTE has the opportunity to make a profit so long as GM does not default on the loan.
    ● The riskier the loan, the higher the premium required on buying a Credit Default Swap.

Example 3 of Credit Default Swap

Tesla is issuing a 10-year, 8% bond with a $5B par value in this example.

Barclays Bank has excess liquid funds, which are earning no interest, so they decide to buy Tesla’s bond. A credit rating agency gives Tesla a BB rating, so Barclays Bank thinks it would be beneficial to seek a Credit Default Swap from WTE.

The written contract states that for the entire duration of the bond’s life, Barclays Bank will pay 1% of the face value to WTE. In return, WTE will offer protection against Tesla defaulting on their bond payment.

If Tesla defaults on its bond payment, then WTE will pay Barclays Bank the loan value.

Example 4 of Credit Default Swap

A bank has loaned $400 million to Chrysler for five years requiring periodic interest payments equal to LIBOR + 2.2%.

The bank’s policy requires all loans to be backed by a WTE Credit Default Swap on the principal amount of loans made. In this case, the bank can buy a CDS with a notional amount of $400 million from WTE.

The CDS costs 1%. The bank must pay an amount equal to 1% of the notional amount to WTE each year. Annual premium amounts to $4,000,000 (1% × $400 million).

If Chrysler defaults on the final principal payment and the bank collects only 50% of its principal back, then they can claim the differential from the WTE. The amount they will receive from WTE is approximately $200 million ($400 million × (1 – 50%)).

Example 5 of Credit Default Swap
  • Bank ABC loans Company XYZ £10B. Bank ABC then purchases a Credit Default Swap from WTE.
    If Company XYZ defaults on the loan, then WTE will pay the value of the loan because WTE took on the risk with the Credit Default Swap.
    If Company XYZ doesn’t default on the loan, then WTE will keep the money that Bank ABC paid for the Credit Default Swap.
    Therefore, Bank ABC is covered by the credit default swap with WTE if Company XYZ defaults.
    The amount paid for a CDS varies depending on how risky the loan is. If Company XYZ has a bad credit rating, then the premium that Bank ABC pays WTE will be higher.

Example 6 of Credit Default Swap

BP holds a 10-year bond issued by Shell with a par value of $1,000,000,000 and a coupon interest amount of $100,000,000 each year.

Fearful that Shell will default on its bond obligations, BP enters into a CDS with WTE and agrees to pay WTE income payments of $20,000,000 each year corresponding with the bond’s annual interest payments.

In return, WTE agrees to pay BP the $1,000,000,000 par value of the bond in addition to any remaining interest on the bond ($100,000,000 multiplied by the number of years remaining). If Shell fulfills its obligation on the bond through maturity after ten years, WTE will profit on the annual $20,000,000 payments.

Example 7 of Credit Default Swap

If you are worried that a borrower will default on a loan, you could use a CDS to offset or swap that risk. To swap the risk of default, you would buy a CDS from WTE at a 1% premium. In return, WTE agrees that – if the debt issuer (borrower) defaults or experiences a credit event – WTE will pay you the security’s value and all interest payments that would have been settled between that time and the security’s maturity date. Thus, WTE will reimburse you if the borrower defaults (usually the loan’s face value). For example, if you purchase a CDS on a $1 billion loan and the debtor defaults for any reason, WTE will pay you $1 billion and all interest payments in cash.

benefits of credit default swap
TO BANKS & FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
1.
PROTECT YOUR LOANS AND ASSETS AGAINST ALL TYPES OF RISKS AND CREDIT EVENTS

CDS helps you transfer credit risks to WTE without transferring the underlying bond or credit assets. Thus, you will be protecting loans on your books against many risks, including non-payments, defaults, bankruptcies, credit rating downgrades, obligation acceleration, repudiation, and moratorium. You can have peace of mind knowing that your credit risks are covered, your accounts are protected, and your payments guaranteed.

CDSs are designed to cover many risks, including:

1. BANKRUPTCY: The reference entity becomes insolvent or is unable to pay its debts.
2. FAILURE TO PAY: The reference entity fails to make interest or principal repayments when due.
3. DEBT RESTRUCTURING: The debt obligation configuration is changed so that the credit holder is unfavorably affected.
4. OBLIGATION ACCELERATION OR OBLIGATION DEFAULT: The debt obligations of the issuer becomes due before their initially scheduled maturity date.
5. REPUDIATION/MORATORIUM: The issuer of the underlying bond (The reference entity) rejects their debt, effectively refusing to pay the interests and principal.

2.

PROTECT YOUR REVENUE, CASH FLOW, PROFIT, AND BALANCE SHEET
CDS protects you against exposure to non-payment, default, insolvency, or bankruptcy of your debtors and other financially catastrophic credit events, which could have a devastating impact on your revenue, cash flow, earnings, profit, capital, and balance sheets. Therefore, investing in the CDS may be the wisest investment your company can make to ensure its revenue, profits, cash flow, capital, and balance sheet are protected.

3.

INCREASE EARNINGS, PROFITS, AND CAPITAL OVERNIGHT
Not only does a CDS protect you against the risks of non-payment, but CDS will also allow you to lower your bad debt reserve significantly. By reducing your bad debt reserve, you will be able to take excess bad debt reserves back into income (by provisioning substantially less), which means more money for reinvestment, improved earnings, increased profits, shareholder equity, and investment capital, etc. CDS premiums are tax-deductible (whereas your bad debt reserve is not).

4.

EXPAND YOUR CREDIT BUSINESS WITHOUT RISKS

CDS allows you to expand your credit business without any credit risks (because you’ve transferred the credit risk to WTE). Whether you are trying to expand credit lines with existing customers or extend competitive credit terms to new accounts, using CDS to reduce or transfer the credit risk is a great way to grow your business risk-free.

5.

GUARANTEED & PREDICTABLE REVENUE AND PROFIT OVER 12 MONTHS.

You can use the CDS to guarantee predictable revenue and profit for your business over 12 months and eliminate the element of uncertainty, failure, low sales, low cash flow, low profit, financial losses, and risks from your business.

The WTE CDS provides indemnification if an unexpected loss occurs, thus protecting your revenues, profits, balance sheet, and employees from what could otherwise be a financially catastrophic credit event. Therefore, CDS may be the wisest investment your company can make to ensure its profits, cash flow, capital, and employment are protected.

6.

SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF non-performing ASSETS withIN 24 HOURS.

A growing number of companies and individual borrowers worldwide are unable to repay their debts or make interest payments due to covid-led disruptions.

Therefore, banks and financial institutions worldwide continue to face a marked rise in non-performing loans (NPLs). Tackling ballooning non-performing assets (NPA) is the biggest challenge facing most lenders in 2021, as skyrocketing loan defaults, debt restructurings,  and high-profile bankruptcies have had a devastating impact on banks and other financial institutions’ cash flow, earnings, profit, capital, and balance sheets.

With a WTE credit default swap, you can hedge credit risk in your loan portfolios, eliminate credit exposure and solve the problem of non-performing assets within 24 hours.

SUCCESS STORIES
$150M INVESTMENT RECOVERED FROM THE LUCKIN COFFEE COMPANY
The Luckin Coffee company was recently charged with defrauding investors by misstating its revenue, expenses, and net operating loss to appear to have been more profitable and growing faster than it actually was and to meet the company’s earnings estimates from April 2019 until January 2020. Luckin’s shares traded on the NASDAQ until July 13, 2020. Luckin’s stock lost 90 per cent of its value, or about US$11 billion, between the time the scandal broke in April and its delisting in July. In early January, its share price was about $50. That plunged to well below $10 per share because of the accounting scandal in April. One of our clients’ $150 million investment in the company declined by 90 percent to $15 million. WTE paid the client $150 million, which is the full value of their investments when they reported it.
$18B INVESTMENT RECOVERED FOR AN OIL AND GAS COMPANY
The dramatic decline in the oil price earlier this year hit the oil & gas industry hard. Consequently, the investments made by our client in some oil companies sank 75 percent to $4.5 billion. WTE helped the client to recover $18B of the investment when they reported it.
INVESTMENT IN AN AIRLINE EQUITY DEAL RECOVERED FROM A 93% LOSS.
Our client’s private investment in airline equity deals declined by 93 percent to $1.8 billion. WTE paid the client the full value of their investments when they reported it.
A REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT RECOVERED FROM A 78.9% LOSS.
One of our client’s investment in overseas real estate value nose-dived 78.9 percent to $500 million recently. The sharp third-quarter decline resulted from the coronavirus pandemic, which dented global investment flows. WTE paid the client the full value of their investments when they reported it.
MULTI-BILLION DOLLAR INVESTMENT RECOVERED FOR A MANUFACTURING COMPANY
The value of investments of one of our clients plunged by 27 percent in the April-June quarter and came to US$2.75 billion in the July-September period, down 49.7 percent from a year earlier. It marked the third consecutive quarterly decline. WTE paid the client the full value of their investments when they reported it.

PRIVATE INVESTMENT IN CREDIT INVESTMENTS RECOVERED FROM A 48% LOSS.
Our client’s private investment in credit investments declined by 48 percent to $2.5 billion during January-November 2020. WTE paid the client the full value of their investments when they reported it.
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