GenCom International has developed an array of proprietary alliances with financial and other industry specialists. As a consequence, we are able to introduce the following third party opportunity management services:
- International Paymaster services through a top reputation and recognized law firm in Toronto, Canada
- Global currency conversion through our alliance partner's office in Dubai
- Asset based and factoring credit facilities through our California alliance partner's firm
- Private loans (monetization) against gold and diamonds
- Hard Money Real Estate based loans (USA and International)
- Access to SBLC's, MTN's and BG's through international banking institutions in Singapore and UK
- Former top 10 global bank VP consultation (22 years in Senior Level Banking in San Francisco).
- Legal mediation and negotiation services
- Top national USA Real Estate Legal Firm consultation
- HiTech Law Firm and Intellectual Property consultation
- Alternative Dispute Resolution / Mediation consultation with Dr. Henrik Mann - MORE
Additiionally, GenCom International is able to introduce various international gold managed buy/sell opportunities, large real estate based projects (S. Korea, Fiji, Phillipines, and Orlando, FL), and renewable energy projects (see below).
200 acres of City center land. Development costs US$1,790,000,000
The ANIMATION HALL OF FAME GROUP (“AHOFG”) is a profit based commercial enterprise with purpose to provide and develop a multi-use commercial complex in the heart of the entertainment corridor of the Orlando, Florida, known as the “Theme Park Capital of the World.”
200 acres of land in the center of Incheon. Development costs US$5,000,000,000
The Dohwa District Project is part of a massive urban renewal project focused on improving the quality of life in the City of Incheon. It is a massive humanitarian and commercial development which will provide more than 10,000 full time jobs on the site and untold thousands of additional jobs will be supported by the support companies, manufacturers and services that will fulfill the aims of the project. The economy and tax base will be significantly improved and will help bring back the City its modern significance.
1,000 acres of waterfront property. Development costs US$1,946,600,000
The GATEWAY FIJI project is to provide the area with an outstanding facility which will make a significant impression and vitalize the region. It is intended to be a “showplace” of the Country. It is based upon successful Resort applications around the world, but will have its own unique signature which will make it stand apart.
2,100 acres of waterfront property. Development costs US$1,830,000,000
MiraNila is committed to creating, developing and maintaining a new commercial and entertainment complex that will become a world-class Resort destination in the islands of the Philippines. The marketability of this location will stimulate the local economy and enhance the quality of life to local citizens, surrounding communities, tourists and our international friends.
Waste to Energy Incheon Metropolitan City, South Korea.
- $1.6 B project Funds requested. W2E Project will be receiving MOU/MOA signed by the Mayor March 17-25th. 10,000 MT per day of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) with tipping fee of $45 MT and the 300 MW WTE Plant will be selling electricity at $.16 Cents or $160 per MW.
- EBIDTA - $600 MM +
- CAPEX - $1.6 B
Wind Turbines Cebu City, Philippines
- $50 MM USD project Funds requested. Under the FIT scheme system, the project investment payback period is 3.2 years, Internal Rate of Return (IRR) & ROI is 30.4%, Year to Positive Cash flow is 3.3 years and Net Present Value at USD $256,373,761.00 @ 7% Discount Rate & 3% Inflation Rate.
- 50 MW Wind Project. Philippines law is to purchase 100% of electricity produced as Renewable Energy.
Waste to Energy, Gary, Indiana
- $750 MM USD project Funds requested. The general concept is to have plants in major metropolitan Cities and use MSW to produce Clean Fuel from Waste.
- This Gary Project is the Pilot Plant of 50 USA Plants throughout the USA. 3,000 MT per day with tipping fees of $55 and producing 50 gallons per ton of MSW.
Solar Farm South Africa
- $300 MM EPC included along with hardware to connect to power grid.
- In the Province of Free State, GenCom Alliance partner will receive a contract to build 150 MW of Solar Energy with an EPC price of $2 MM per MW. The project is projected to start in May 2015 and will be a BOT.
Power Plant Botswana
- $900 MM for project Funds requested. 600 MW Supercritical Coal Power Plant that is ready to ship from North Carolina. Botswana has better than Investment Grade credit rating and strong. Botswana would like to produce their own electricity for its use and sell a percentage to ESKOM of South Africa.
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