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Financial Services Company

(Private Banking for All of Us)


20900 FM 1093 # 7108

Richmond, TX 77407

The Company is seeking to raise $150,000 to $3,000,000 to fund its international banking
and business development thru a private placement of corporate bonds.

Mission Statement
To be a world-class, international financial services company that helps consumers
and businesses achieve their goals. This will be accomplished by our
commitment to excellence, strategic growth and outstanding service.
John R. Lee / CEO

Socit Gnrale de International Limited (the Company), will provide financial
and strategic advisory services to foreign and domestic clients. The Companys
objective is to enhance the value and accelerate the growth of its clientele through the
establishment of long-term strategic relationships. The portfolio manager will be
Webber, Hartman, Vrijhof and Partners, Ltd. (WHVP, Ltd.) of Zurich, Switzerland.
This offering is a Series A level (operating expenses, etc.).
The Companys foreign client services include: The valuation of venture capital and
special-situation investments on their behalf, and the identification of new business
ventures and entrepreneurial opportunities with innovative U.S. businesses. The
Companys foreign clients are often large enterprises seeking to: Participate in venture
capital and private equity investments; establish domestic operations or distribution

channels; obtain licenses to new and innovative technologies; explore strategic

alliances in the United States for its products or services; access the U.S. capital
markets or as is often the case a combination of all the above.
The services to its domestic clients, which comprise emerging growth companies
focused on the communications and high-technology industries, include evaluating
and structuring business relationships, financing strategies, formulating and preparing
business and financial plan documents, plus creating operating strategies, corporate
goals and international banking with asset management and a numbered account, will
protect client information.
In connection with these services, the Company assists its clients in obtaining capital
through equity and debt financing from third parties (including public and private
securities offerings) and in assembling the management team when necessary. The
Company evaluates alternative methods of obtaining appropriate types of financing,
with an emphasis on equity offerings led by a strategic partner in Europe (WHVP,
Ltd.). Recommendations are made on the type of financing best suited to a clients
needs, the potential sources of such financing, and an analysis of how such financing
could be obtained. The Company will also arrange for sources of financing.
Additionally, the Company assists clients by introducing them to potential suppliers,
customers, joint venture partners, and merger or acquisition candidates. The
Company also helps clients establish relationships with law and accounting firms,
commercial and investment bankers, management consultants, executive recruiters,
and other professionals.
The Company seeks to capitalize upon its access to larger and innovative business
opportunities, as well as upon the Companys ability to take swift advantage of such
opportunities. This access can be attributed to not only the Companys extensive

network of relationships, but also to its Principals proven ability to complete

transactions successfully and manage companies efficiently.
The Companys management possesses a special combination of foreign cultural
sensitivity and understanding of internal and U.S. business practices. The Company
believes that this sensitivity and the experience and skills of its management team are
directly applicable to the development of venture capital and other business
opportunities with strategic partners in foreign countries. Management believes that
there is substantial opportunity to provide foreign partners with a trustworthy and
direct approach to potential domestic technology partners through the Companys
strategic alliances with key legal and accounting firms, investment and commercial
banks, and other professionals. At the same time, the Company will provide its
domestic clients with access to the highly desirable international marketplace with a
variety of interests, including technology licensing, investment, manufacturing,
distribution, and/or other strategic considerations including international banking with
asset management. For security purposes, the company servers will be in New
The Company believes that many U.S. technology companies and foreign
conglomerates have a strong mutual interest and share a common objective, i.e., to
seek global opportunities and markets. The economic opportunity provided by this
common objective is highlighted by government mandates and incentives now offered
by certain foreign countries about their own technology development policies.
Utilizing its Principals financing acumen and their extensive knowledge of the
communications and other industries, the Company will satisfy the growing demand
of foreign technology companies and conglomerates seeking to diversify into these
areas through joint ventures, technology transfers, and other strategic alliances. The

Company believes that it is well positioned to satisfy this demand by facilitating

business relationships among these interested parties.
The Company believes its primary competitive advantage is that its Principals have
developed long-term, personal and professional relationships in the foreign
marketplace (the Region). Majority ownership of the Company is held by
multicultural professionals with extensive experience and long-term relationships in
the Region and throughout the United States. These trustworthy, reliable relationships
are an important asset to the Company in that they enable the Company to broaden the
business opportunities available to its clients and assess more quickly the prospects of
the appropriate strategic partner on a cost-effective basis.
The Companys management believes that it also offers the following benefits:
Well-Timed Investment Opportunity The Company contends that many
attractive opportunities exist for communication and high-technology
businesses for those with the financial strength and experience to pursue them.
Utilizing its well-established relationships and contacts in the Region, the
Company will seek to capitalize on these opportunities by establishing a
portfolio of investments in companies that will benefit from the Companys
legal, technical, financial, and management expertise and services (the
Incubator Services).
In order to facilitate and focus the development of a portfolio of its
technologies, the Company will provide Incubator Services to emerging growth
companies. By providing such services in return for meaningful equity
positions in these companies (in addition to cash compensation), management
believes it can ensure its investors interests will be effectively monitored and
managed. The Companys objective is to work closely with 12 to 18

companies in which it invests, and to develop those investments with a strategy

involving an initial public offering (IPO).
Experienced Entrepreneurial Management The Company believes that it
is one of the few multicultural, majority-owned investment firms with both
operating and financial foci. The Companys officers and directors offer a
sophisticated and diversified professional expertise involving engineering, law,
finance, and international business relations.
The Companys five Principals have been successful in managing the growth of
entrepreneurial enterprises from the start-up phase to market leadership
positions. With this vast experience developed at publicly and privately held
companies, the Companys management will use its proven knowledge of
emerging growth markets, and capitalize on this expertise by offering its
investors access to opportunities that might otherwise be unavailable or not
pursued due to a lack of said experience.
Strategic Focus The Company intends to focus on companies in industries in
which its Principals have significant experience. It will also organize and
develop strategic alliances and other business opportunities among foreign
companies and U.S. emerging growth middle market companies in the
communications, multimedia, transportation and logistics-related industries and
international banking.
The rapid development of the Internet and communications technologies has
led to the formation of a large number of alliances in recent years. The Region
represents one of the largest markets of these technologies, primarily developed
by domestic companies. The Company believes that many foreign companies
would like not just to learn the technology, but also to localize the technology

by continuing its growth and development there. This provides the strategic
foreign investor with both a significant economic opportunity and a discernible
market advantage to be the dominant exploiter of the technology in the Region.
The Companys role will be to work with both entities to make their strategic
alliance or other business relationship successful.
Bridging Business Cultures The Companys Principals offer a special
combination of cultural sensitivity and understanding of international and U.S.
business practices and policies. In many countries, sensitivity to cultural
factors and local business customs is as important as (and sometimes more
important than) having the right business deal. Understanding the nuances of
conducting business in the proper cultural contexts can mean the difference
between a successful alliance and one that is unproductive. Many emerging
growth companies have not developed the management resources, experience,
and comprehension of local business practices and customs that are necessary
to succeed in these diverse settings.
The Companys experience provides its clientele with the expertise in
conducting business in the international marketplace and the working
knowledge of each countrys infrastructure. Domestic companies will seek
local partners, and the Companys Principals will identify, based on their
personal introductions, each local partners reputation and its strong
relationships with the local or national government.
At the same time, foreign companies have enjoyed rapid growth in their local
markets and have accumulated investment capital. Relatively unknown to the
U.S. business community, these companies are now seeking to deploy their
newly acquired wealth, to diversify their investments, and to broaden their
access to productive business opportunities around the world. Many of these

opportunities were created by events such as the convergence of media,

telecommunications, and technology companies; favorable regulatory changes;
and beneficial U.S. financial markets that have provided much of the needed
capital. The Company provides the bridge to such opportunities.
Access and Evaluation of Business Opportunities Through the Companys
Principals, its board of directors, and members of its Advisory Board, the
Company has established a strong foundation of experience in the financial,
business, and technical communities. Through its strategic partners, the
Company will avail itself of a steady flow of new business opportunities, as
well as the technical expertise necessary to evaluate potential transactions and
close those best suited to fit the parties strategic objectives. Where
appropriate, business opportunities will be provided to investors before making
them available to third parties. These may take the form of senior debt,
subordinate debt, or equity securities. Additionally, the Company will promote
cooperation among its investors to build synergistically on their strengths.
Management of the Company has conducted market research which confirms
that a market exists for the expanded services the Company proposes to offer.
However, the Companys Principals believe that, based on their collective
professional experience, numerous domestic and promising companies are in
need of management and financial support from outside parties and have no
reliable entry into the international marketplace.
The Companys management believes that foreign companies which had
previously focused on basic industries must now address the global
opportunities for business beyond this focus. For example, the wide
acceptance of the Internet and the accelerated growth of the communications
and high-technology industries have caused a tremendous demand for foreign

companies seeking to gain access to these opportunities. This phenomenon,

and the rising interest in reducing the exposure of risk from currency
devaluation or other adverse economic circumstances through innovative
outside investments by foreign entities, offers the Company and its investors a
timely and exceptional financial opportunity. The Company believes that it
will earn its revenues from recurring advisory fees, placement fees in
connection with the sale of a clients securities, and performance fees in closing
mergers and acquisitions. The Company also expects to receive substantial
revenues from the liquidation of its equity holdings in their portfolio
investments over time.
The Company intends to raise approximately $150,000 to $3,000,000 thru a
private placement of corporate bonds fund initial working capital needed from
a few select, sophisticated investors and to commence full-scale operations by
the first quarter of 2017.
Company Budget

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Swiss asset management account


The Swiss Tradition

The fine art of Swiss money management has a long and successful tradition for which
Switzerland is often justifiably envied world-wide.
We build on this tradition by providing personal, customized and comprehensive international
financial consulting and asset management to private and institutional investors.
Based on personal discussions with you, we structure and manage your global financial affairs to
suit your needs and preferences. We carefully manage assets, and aim to achieve mutually
predetermined performance targets and other personal objectives.
Our work is characterized by an intensive relationship with our clients. Your personal asset
manager is available to you always to ensure that your individual needs are met.
Our office will assist you in opening an account first on the internet with offices in Zurich and
Panama which will be the custodian of your assets.

Business Principles
Our offer is aimed at investors expecting the optimal asset management which only independent
financial consultants can realize: This very personal service is tailor-made to the last detail and
meets the individual needs of your friendly advisor with your wishes as the top priority

Conservative Investment Policy

As you might expect from Swiss money managers, we apply strict and conservative asset
management principles. Our highest priority is the preservation of the long-term purchasing
power of your capital. Growth and income are achieved via global diversification in assets and
currencies. Risks may be hedged with options and other appropriate instruments.

Specific Objectives
Our management services and investment policy are tailored to your needs and preferences. In
extensive personal discussions with you, we draw up a long-term investment strategy, depending
on account size, your risk preferences and specific objectives.
A large percentage of our clients are based in the United States. One of our main goals has
always been to get a certain portion of our clients' wealth out of the U.S. dollar and into
European hard currencies such as Swiss francs, Deutschmarks, and Dutch guilders. We then
build a portfolio with a mix of bonds and shares. We normally buy stocks as a strategic core
holding and invest only in blue chip companies. The U.S. dollar offers a very good opportunity to
start diversifying into other currencies with a part of your wealth.

Continuous Dialogue
By way of frequent telephone conversations, we keep you constantly informed on the
performance of your assets. In addition, you receive regular statements directly from your
custodian bank.
During our conversations, we can also inform you on relevant international investment,
monetary, political and economic issues. Another indispensable facet of our intensive service is
personal meetings with you at least once a year; near you, in Europe, or abroad.

Fixed Fees
The management fees charged are in accordance with our contractually pre-defined principles
and not on a performance basis. Fees are $ 9.00 USD per month to help with the cost for
maintaining software security and general maintains of system success are top priorities for
international investors. Choosing the right custodian bank plays a decisive role. For this reason,
we work exclusively with first-class banks.


is the company within Vontobel Holding AG, which is listed on the Swiss Stock Exchange.
theVontobel families together with their foundation own a majority of Vontobel Group's share
capital and voting rights. Hans-Dieter Vontobel is the third generation of Vontobels to head the
Bank J. Vontobel & AG is a Swiss bank specialized in asset management for high-worth private
individuals and over the years it has built up an impecable reputation for private banking
services. The bank's other core activities involve investment advisory services, securities
transactions, capital market transactions, trading in foreign currencies and derivative products.
Total client assets entrusted to the care of Bank J. Vontobel are in excess of 45 billion Swiss
Hans-Dieter Vontobel has defined the company's guiding principles as follows:

a Swiss banking group with a worldwide orientation

oriented towards achieving long-term success together

individual in the scope of our advice

uncompromising in our integrity

open in our dealings, and

well-anchored with a strong team

Bank Julius Baer

Safety and performance are paramount to the discerning, international investor. That is why one
of the banks chosen for you is Bank Julius Baer in Zurich as custodian for our clients. Bank
Julius Baer is a first-class financial institution with a strong capital base. As a family bank its
tradition goes back more than a century, to 1890. The bank's money market papers are given
Moody's highest P-1 rating.
The bank is the flagship of the Julius Baer Group, with shares quoted on the Swiss and German
stock exchanges. The Baer family holds the majority of the votes and members of the third and
fourth generation play a decisive role in the bank's development. Yet, the bank preserves the
character of a truly private Swiss bank. Total client assets entrusted to the care of Bank Julius
Baer are more than 82 billion Swiss francs.

Account Requirements
Asset Management Fees
0.25% per quarter up to 5 million Sfr. Negotiable

Your Personal Consultants

Highly-experienced financial consultants of excellent repute make up the team at the disposal of
your customers.

Robert Vrijhof Senior Manager

The banking career of Robert Vrijhof began in 1978 with the Union Bank of Switzerland,
working his way through the international securities trading department. Later, with Credit
Suisse, he held the senior position as manager of the Foreign Stock Exchange trading section. In
1987, he accepted an offer by Foreign Commerce Bank as portfolio manager. His profound
knowledge in this area soon led to the position of Vice-President and head of the portfolio
management group at Focobank.

Ren Schatt Executive Director

Ren Schatt started his banking career in 1977 with the Thurgau Cantonal bank, where he
finished his basic training. In 1984, he joined the Foreign Commerce Bank and worked his way
through the securities administration and trading department. At the same time, he continued
studying and in 1987, he achieved the "Federal Diploma of Banking Expert." In 1990, he was
promoted to Vice-President and head of the securities department. In 1992, he joined the first
Korean Bank in Switzerland, KDB Bank (Switzerland) Ltd., working as Senior Partner and being
the Swiss Member of the General Management.

Adrian Hartmann Senior Partner

The banking experience of Adrian Hartmann began in 1968 with Foreign Commerce Bank in
Zurich, followed by senior management positions with Swiss Bank Corporation. In 1978 he
moved to Canada to manage their Toronto office, and later spent four years in the Cayman
Islands with his own money management firm. From 1985 to February 1992 he managed the
North American subsidiary of Foreign Commerce Bank in Vancouver as President and CEO.

Hans C. Weber Advisor to the Company

Asset management at WHVP is distinguished by the principles which Hans C. Weber has
successfully guaranteed since the inception of the company. Having retired on January 1, 1997,
he now acts for WHVP as an advisor to the company. Hans C. Weber has more than 30 years
experience in international banking. A graduate of the London School of Economics, his early
career was spent in Zurich, New York, London and Geneva. For more than 25 years he was
President and Chief Executive Officer of Foreign Commerce Bank (Focobank) in Zurich.

John Robert Lee Chief Executive Officer

The Company since its formation in 2015. He served as the Chief Executive Officer and
financial advisor to Business Management International in the area of International Trade
Finance from 1997 to 2005. Mr. Lee has 36 years of experience in financial and business

We hope that the information given is of interest to you. Contacting us would be the first step
towards a personal relationship.

1. The company will protect your information from all government inquiry now and in the future.
2.New Zealand will hold company server's, add to your protection. If you have questions,
contact me thru company website. The object of it all, is to return to you, your right to privacy.
Thank you for your business.
John Robert Lee , WHVP and Company