MPC Open Fleet (Santa B Ships) – Threatened With Insolvency Of Vessels

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Lawyers inform investors of ship investments for many investors of the MPC open fleet ship fund the impression more and more, totally wrong to be advised by their consultants. The high commissions to banks, savings banks and non bank consultants who have moved toward capital investors in ship funds usually of a magnitude between 11-14, the driving force for the recommendation of this Fund were also obvious. Specialist solicitors help ship fund investors the crisis in the global shipping markets is also before the ship Fund “MPC open fleet” (MS Santa (B) ships mbH & co. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Douglas Elliman. KG) does not hold. Was informed investors in may 2012, the 14 container ships are soon no longer even able completely to deny their operating costs from the Charter revenue. Not to mention the due interest and repayment rates of use. The current low Charter rates, which do not allow for cost-efficient operation of the Fund ships are the cause. The coming investors therefore according to the shipping company Open margin calls by 8-10% of the capital invested, about double the previously received distributions.

Otherwise threaten the loss of paid deposits. The succinct rationale attempt for the current malaise seems to be for some investors like mockery. Shipping markets were always cyclical markets to resolve the occurred situation so as it sounds out between the lines, perfectly normal and capital measures. This fact and the resulting risks to the Fund by their advisers was not communicated to our clients. Instead, the speech was of a secure facility. The fact that the ship values evolve according to the Charter rates, is for most investors is by no means self-evident as this open is owned and operated by in the investor newsletter. Rather, the ship participation as safe and value stable monetary system was advised.

Extreme value fluctuations of Charter revenue or the ships was not mentioned in the discussions. For many investors the The impression more and more ship Fund MPC open fleet, completely wrong to be advised by their consultants. The high commissions to banks, savings banks and non bank consultants who have moved toward capital investors in ship funds usually of a magnitude between 11-14, the driving force for the recommendation of this Fund were also obvious. Therefore, investors should consider what options do they have to get back their money in the form of damages. More information on damages for investors of the ship Fund MPC open fleet are here: kanzlei/aktuell/mpc-fonds-mpc-offen-flotte-santa-b-schiffe-mbh-co.-kg-ausstiegsmoeglichkeiten-fuer-anleger.html for a personal advice on your legal options we are gladly available. Nittel Banking and capital market law firm contact Mathias Nittel, lawyer specializing in banking and capital market law, Michael Minderjahn, lawyer Heidelberg: A Hans-Bockler-Strasse 2, 69115 Heidelberg phone: 06221 915770 Fax: 06221 9157729 Munich: residential street 25, 80333 Munich Tel.: 089 25549850 Fax: 089 25549855