International Securities Finance

International (Non-U.S.) LeverageLines & Clients

Non-U.S. Securities

We accept securities portfolios with values equivalent to at least US $5 million from certain non-U. S. markets. A. B. Nicholas can in many cases accept securities from these countries, provided they meet certain standards: Good volume of trading, and a portfolio worth at least $5 million at the outset.

As a rule, we can only use securities that, in their own market, are strong and popular.

These non-U. S. markets can be considered:

Australia 

Canada

Germany

UK

Hong Kong

(All other countries) American Depository Receipts (ADR

Remember please, if you are acting as an intermediary/agent: You must present the actual owner of the securities; we will not process ANY transaction from third parties acting on behalf of the actual client. We must have applications that include valid brokerage statements and valid passports of the owner. We aren’t interested in “proving” anything to them. They apply, we deliver, and they will be working with a top-tier U. S. institution.

Please use our Contact Form and/or our Application Form when you are ready to apply, to correspond securely; please do not call from foreign locations.

 

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Please note: None of the the statements should be treated as tax advice; always consult with a licensed tax professional prior to any decisions involving LeverageLine and tax treatment. Please also see our Disclaimer prior to proceeding with any financing. To review how we protect your personal and application information, please read our Privacy Policy. As with all issues related to stocks and other securities, there are risks of the portfolio value dropping and the requirement that you take steps to reallocate or pay down your line in order to bring it into compliance if value drops below approx. 25% and you have taken the maximum amount. 

 

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