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New Government

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Government bonds are issued by a national government, a state, province, or territory, a municipality, or government agencies to finance thier governments, monetary policy, infrastructure, edcuation, health, welfare and other such needs. These bonds are ususlly offerd in the domestic currency of the issuer or they can be converted to be issued in Euros, Pounds, or Dollars.

  • General Obligations.
  • Revenue Bonds.
  • Conduit Bonds.

General obligation bonds. These bonds are not secured by any assets; instead, they are backed by the "full faith and credit" of the "government" issuer, which has the power to tax residents to pay bondholders.


Revenue bonds. Instead of taxes, these bonds are backed by revenues from a specific project or source, such as highway tolls or lease fees. Some revenue bonds are "non-recourse," meaning that if the revenue stream dries up, the bondholders do not have a claim on the underlying revenue source.


Conduit bonds. Governments sometimes issue municipal bonds on behalf of private entities such as non-profit colleges or hospitals. These “conduit” borrowers typically agree to repay the issuer, who pays the interest and principal on the bonds. If the conduit borrower fails to make a payment, the issuer usually is not required to pay the bondholders.


All is taken into consideration for the appropriate issuance.

  • Term: Short, Mid, or Long.
  • Payment: Zero Coupon or Coupon.
  • Interest: Fixed, Floating or Indexed.
  • Taxed or Tax Free.

New issuances can be tradtionally strucured or via other derivitive strategies to best fit your needs.


Why use OVO to create and list new bond issuances? Simple answer is the traditional Investment Banks and institutions will charge you huge fees and we don't.


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New Issuances

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Capital is critical for growth and can be raised through debt or equity. Debt is issued in the form of bonds, and equity is issued in the form of shares. New Issues is a reference to a security that has been registered and issued and is being sold on a market to private or public investors for the first time. Unlike new issue stocks that are brought to market with price restrictions, most bonds are free to trade at any time once they are initially purchased. Professional traders regularly trade and re-trade the same bonds several times a week


New issues can be created for sovereigns, governments, corporates and other entities who need to raise capital from a debt offering. Additionally, in instances where existing valid issuances may be illiquid, liquidity can be achieved via creating new issuances which are derived and securitized from the illiquid asset. In either case, we are able to create new bond issuances to fit your needs.


Classes of bonds where our expertise can create new bond offerings.

  • Government Bonds.
  • Corporate Bonds.
  • Emerging Market Bonds.
  • Derivatives.

Why use OVO to create and list new bond issuances? Simple answer is the traditional Investment Banks and institutions will charge you huge fees and we don't.


Want to learn more about solutions? Contact us today, and we'll connect you with a principal member of the firm who can help you with your needs.

New Corporate

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Corporates across the globe have increased their reliance on debt capital market funding since the financial crisis where now, corporate debt offerings make up the largest global securities market. There are four general classifications of Coporate bonds.

  • Uilities.
  • Transportation.
  • Industrials.
  • Banks and Finance.

Bonds can be classified according to their maturity. Maturities can be short term (less than three years), medium term (four to 10 years), or long term (more than 10 years). Longer-term bonds usually offer higher interest rates, but may entail additional risks.


Bonds and the companies that issue them are also classified according to their credit quality. Credit rating agencies assign credit ratings based on their evaluation of the risk that the company may default on its bonds. Credit rating agencies periodically review their bond ratings and may revise them if conditions or expectations change.


Based on their credit ratings, bonds can be either investment grade or non-investment grade. Investment-grade bonds are considered more likely than non-investment grade bonds to be paid on time. Non-investment grade bonds, which are also called high-yield, speculative bonds or junk bonds, generally offer higher interest rates to compensate investors for greater risk.


All is taken into consideration for the appropriate issuance.

  • Secured, Unsecured.
  • Payments: Zero Coupon, Coupon.
  • Interest: Fixed, Floating or Indexed.
  • Rated, Non Rated.
  • Liquidation Preferences.

New issuances can be strucured in a variety of ways including Asset Backed, Credit-linked and other derivitive strategies to best fit your needs.


Why use OVO to create and list new bond issuances? Simple answer is the traditional Investment Banks and institutions will charge you huge fees and we don't.


Want to learn more about solutions? Contact us today, and we'll connect you with a principal member of the firm who can help you with your needs.

New Emerging Market

Strategic solutions to complex issues.

Emerging market bonds, are issued by countries with developing economies as well as by corporations within those nations.


The International Monetary Fund (IMF) classifies 23 countries as emerging markets, while Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) also classifies 23 countries as emerging markets, but with some difference between the two lists. Standard and Poor's (S&P) and Russell each classify 21 countries as emerging markets, while Dow Jones classifies 22 countries as emerging markets. Below is a list of the common countries commonly classified as emerging markets as of 2018.


A list of countries which classify as emerging markets includes: Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Colombia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Mexico, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Qatar, Romania, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirate and Venezuela.


Macroeconomic Sophistication Paves the Way. The expansion of the types of bonds issued by countries with emerging economies also importantly coincided with a growing sophistication of the macroeconomic policies of these developing nations, such as the implementation of cohesive fiscal and monetary policies, which gave foreign investors confidence in these countries' long-term stability. As investors began to act upon the increased reliability of the economies of developing nations and the growing diversity of the bond issuances, emerging market bonds rose as a major fixed-income asset class.


Notwithstanding the list above, new issuances in Emerging Market governmental or corporate debt can be created in a wide array of derivatives as well as short and long duration strategies to best fit your needs.


We have a great deal of experience as to date, most all of the offerings we are executing thereon are based upon Brazilian sovereign debt issuances.


Why use OVO to create and list new bond issuances? Simple answer is the traditional Investment Banks and institutions will charge you huge fees and we don't.


Want to learn more about solutions? Contact us today, and we'll connect you with a principal member of the firm who can help you with your needs.

New Issue MTN

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A medium-term note (MTN) is a note that usually matures in 5 to 10 years. A corporate MTN can be continuously offered by a company to investors through a dealer with investors being able to choose from differing maturities, ranging from nine months to 30 years, though most MTNs range in maturity from one to 10 years.


Traditionally, the securities issued under these programs have filled the financing gap between short- term commercial paper, which has a maturity of nine months or less, and long-term debt, which has maturities of 30 years or more. As compared to other forms of debt securities, MTNs tend to have their own type of settlement procedures and marketing methods, which are similar in some respects to those of commercial paper


Historically, many MTN programs were developed by the commercial paper departments of investment banks. Securities from these programs were offered and sold on a principal or agency basis from a broker-dealer's trading desk. The programs often were administered by a bank's specialty group rather than through the typical relationship bankers.


MTN programs typically are used by large companies that have an ongoing need for capital and that are eligible to file shelf registration statements for delayed and continuous offerings. Most large financial institutions, and many “industrial companies,” have an MTN program. A number of government-sponsored entities, such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, also have MTN programs.


OVO can accomodate your needs for MTNs as below.

  • New Issue Unregistered.
  • Newly Registered (ISIN) Unlisted.
  • Newly Listed.
  • Listed and Trading.
  • DVP Delivery.

MTNs offer investors an option between traditionally short-term and long-term investments. The process to acquire newly issued MTNs (not publicly traded) or to monetize such is via a straight forward application, bank-to-bank contracts and SWIFT transfers of funds and documents.


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New Derivatives

Strategic solutions to complex issues.

A derivative is a contract that derives its value from the performance of an underlying entity. The underlying entity can be an asset, index, or interest rate, and is often simply called the "underlying". Derivatives can be used for a number of purposes, including insuring against price movements (hedging), increasing exposure to price movements for speculation or getting access to otherwise hard-to-trade assets or markets. Some of the more common forms of derivatives can be used in:

  • Transforming Illiquid to Liquid.
  • Futures.
  • Forwards.
  • Swaps - Credit, Obligations.
  • Options - Calls, Puts.
  • Warrants - Naked, Wedded, Covered.
  • Debt.

Deriviatives are based upon Asset Backed or Credit Linked Notes or other synthetics where often a Special Purpose Vehicel is used to pledge an underlying asset to the SPV, giving the SPV value where then in turn a new Note - the Asset Backed Note, or Credit Linked Note can be created and brought to market.


We have a great deal of experience as to date, most all of the offerings we are executing thereon are based upon a derivative of a Brazilian sovereign debt issuance.


Why use OVO to create and list new bond issuances? Simple answer is the traditional Investment Banks and institutions will charge you huge fees and we don't.


Want to learn more about solutions? Contact us today, and we'll connect you with a principal member of the firm who can help you with your needs.

Our SPECIALTIES

  • Transforming Illiquid Assets

    OVO specializes in transforming illiquid assets into viable structured liquid assets via credit-linked asset backed solutions. We have a deep understanding of vehicle structures and the market and creating asset backed instruments from where they can then be exited via the European public exchanges.

  • Private Placement Programs

    Discover private bespoke access into our Swiss and German Private Placement Programs from where we can custom structure the opporuntiy to fit your needs.


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