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Using acquisitions and new business creation among its strategies, Blueprint Capital Advisors (BCA) takes aggressive steps to attract investors and help the company grow.

The Newark, N.J.-based firm is among a handful of black-owned companies doing business nationwide in the multi-trillion dollar asset management industry. CEO of Blueprint Jacob Walthour Jr. says that only a handful of those companies, including his own, have passed the $1 billion mark in assets under management (AUM). And he swears that even fewer are active in private credit for business.

The moves by BCA come as a Knight Foundation report shows securing new business remains a struggle for black asset managers. A sample reflecting over $82 trillion in assets under management in the United States shows that only 1.4% of the total sample was managed by companies owned by diverse interests in September 2021.

Walthour tells BLACK CORPORATE there is a growing number of companies in the high end private equity industry where companies are buying companies with leverage. Still, he estimates there are perhaps fewer than 10 black-owned businesses in private credit. He said BCA began as a discretionary asset manager focused on marrying investor capital with niche private credit opportunities and direct lending to businesses and other borrowers.

Walthour says BCA has used the business and strategy to develop a deeper understanding of credit investing, loan origination, underwriting, loan servicing and corporate restructuring. His business expanded into the credit counseling business in 2019 and that year acquired Parkview Capital Credit, a Houston-based investment firm with stakes in real estate, healthcare, transportation and the media.

“Advice on distressed business situations is time-consuming and emotionally charged, but the fees charged are very high compared to handling performing loans and business situations,” says Walthour. This move helped BCA grow and double its revenue during the pandemic.

Walthour says the global pandemic has created pressure on several asset management companies and corporate entities, creating an opportunity for BCA to step in and provide stable management and help restructure the debt of these companies. Through his involvement with Parkview, he says Blueprint became the primary lender to Ebony Media Holdings, the iconic black-owned media company.

BCA, says Walthour, helped Ebony through its challenges, managed the business through Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings and sold it to a strategic buyer for more than $13 million in 2021. He swears the sale price was double what the company had sold for five years before when it had 10 times the revenue.

In another corporate matter, Walthour and BCA are awaiting a court ruling on a federal lawsuit filed in 2020 against current and past members of the New Jersey Division of Investment (DOI), BlackRock Alternative Advisors and Cliffwater LLC. The lawsuit alleges racial discrimination, intellectual property theft, as well as other charges.

Last month, BCA entered the real estate business after forming a strategic partnership with New York-based T30 Capital LLC. Walthour calls T30 a real estate lender with experience in commercial real estate bridge financing. He said the partnership will allow BCA to expand its commercial real estate lending business and provide financing to MWBE sponsors and other developers of large-scale commercial real estate projects that have traditionally faced a lack of access. in the capial.

He added that T30 and Blueprint will identify and execute $5 million to $50 million in senior construction and bridge loans for a range of property types, including multi-family, mixed-use, hotel and industrial along the corridor. northeast as well.

“We are thrilled to establish this relationship with T30 at this pivotal time in their evolution,” said Walthour.

“Together, we will not only create attractive opportunities for investors, but also provide MWBE-led real estate projects with access to capital while accelerating the growth of T30’s lending platform. There is a triple bottom line in this business, and we look forward to a long-term partnership. »

In another new venture, BCA in January 2022 acquired a majority stake in Securities International Group LLC, giving it a majority stake in GovDesk LLC, a brokerage firm based in Redondo Beach, California. The all-cash deal for an undisclosed amount is currently undergoing regulatory review.

Walthour says the brokerage firm will focus in the future on offering advice to small and medium-sized businesses ranging from $2 million to $20 million. It will provide fundraising for private equity funds, making GovDesk the only black-owned placement agent in the country.

Overall, BCA is positioning itself for future growth. Walthour estimates that the company’s latest actions will increase assets under management from the current $1.4 billion to $5 billion over the next five years.

“We now have multiple ways to monetize our buy-side and sell-side relationships and we will grow by delivering value to both sides,” he said.

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Cloud Computing Data Center IT Asset Disposition Market Size, Scope and Forecast https://indiabusiness.info/cloud-computing-data-center-it-asset-disposition-market-size-scope-and-forecast/ Wed, 22 Jun 2022 05:35:42 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/cloud-computing-data-center-it-asset-disposition-market-size-scope-and-forecast/ New Jersey, United States – The Cloud Computing Data Center IT Asset Disposition Market research report examines the market in detail over the anticipated period. The research is divided into sections, each of which includes analysis of market trends and changes. Drivers, limitations, opportunities, and barriers, as well as the impact of numerous aspects on […]]]>

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EMEA Marketer’s Content Toolbox: How to Drive Growth with Content (Part 1) https://indiabusiness.info/emea-marketers-content-toolbox-how-to-drive-growth-with-content-part-1/ Mon, 20 Jun 2022 20:52:29 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/emea-marketers-content-toolbox-how-to-drive-growth-with-content-part-1/ June 20, 2022 Content, Global Content is the number one building block in the overall customer experience (CX) category. How to successfully build your content efforts, in the ever-changing movement toward increasingly digital engagement, is a difficult but important strategy to understand as you lay the groundwork for your customer experience model. This blog, from […]]]>

Content is the number one building block in the overall customer experience (CX) category. How to successfully build your content efforts, in the ever-changing movement toward increasingly digital engagement, is a difficult but important strategy to understand as you lay the groundwork for your customer experience model. This blog, from TechTarget Customer Success and MOI Global, outlines the steps to create your best customer experience content framework.

Content and customer experience

Customer experience can be summarized as: “The sum total of all the feelings and interactions a customer has with your brand, at every stage of their buying journey – from marketing to sales to customer service and everywhere in between.”

EMEA Content Marketing

If CX is the totality of interactions, a large part of those interactions will be about content.

The customer experience requires us to reconcile the needs of our customers and prospects with our business objectives. There is no finish line in CX – it’s a journey without a destination. This is important if we really want to meet the needs of prospects and customers while generating leads for the business.

Customer experience is: the sum total of all the feelings and interactions a customer has with your brand, at every stage of their buying journey – from marketing to sales to customer service and everywhere in between.

– TechTarget | ME global

The two building blocks that go into creating the customer experience are “content” and “experiences”. Let’s break them down:

Understanding the Content Building Block

“Content” is a standalone asset that can live in a variety of channels. Inherent mobility means the asset can be shared, can move around the web, or travel with the customer. Content can be blog posts, research study, white paper, video, etc. – powerful tools to engage prospects and customers.

The interaction with the content is quite passive – read, watch or listen. And that’s measured with initiations like downloading an article after filling out a form (opening, downloading, or reading), whether someone spent time with the content (time watched/listened to), and completions – if someone has reached the end of the piece of content.

Understanding the Experience building block

In contrast, an experience is a series of interactions in a defined environment. It has an entry point and an exit point – it’s something to navigate. An experience can include various forms of content, but it’s something you immerse yourself in and progress through.

Examples of experience would be a landing page that you explore by clicking on different modules, an HTML email that you scroll through and then hit the call to action button at the end, a mobile app, an eBook or an online survey.

A customer or prospect would interact within a user interface (UI) using digital gestures like clicking, tapping, tapping, scrolling, etc. And success would look like time spent on site, web sessions, bounce rates, pages visited, forms filled. , leads generated and return visits over time.

Crossing content x experience

Clarify, an asset can serve as both content and experience.

In the image below, you can see that the same piece of content can be used as a static PDF or can be transformed into an interactive experience where users navigate content and take action to choose their journey through it. ‘asset. This may include clicking to the next chapter, navigating to sub-pages, etc.

The content of the PDF is reconsidered to offer different path options to the user. It’s the same thought leadership expressed in different ways and used in the customer journey in different ways.

EMEA Content Marketing

Before creating another piece of content, pause to consider whether the information or entertainment would be best expressed as a static piece of content or as an experience, or perhaps reused for both. You have a huge range of options, so choose the best way to engage people and deliver an exceptional customer experience.

The power of content

Content is customer-centric, whether reaching potential customers or current customers.

To potential customers, the content demonstrates that you understand your prospect’s business context and can help them solve their problems. It shows empathy. It also gives prospects confidence in what you are doing.

For current customerscontent helps them better understand your value, through various products, services, features, support, and expertise.

The power of content marketing

Content marketing, on the other hand, is about the brand and the business. It is an engine of growth.

Content marketing is the practice of delivering valuable, consistent, and relevant content to a clearly defined audience over time. And ultimately, the goal is to drive profitable customer action.

Content marketing serves the brand and generates revenue through:

  • Credibility: Establish thought leadership
  • Discoverability: Building SEO through expertise, authority and reliability
  • Profitability: Generate qualified leads or increase revenue with existing customers

Types of B2B content and experiences

Here’s a simple illustration of the many types of B2B content you might create today or aspire to create.

EMEA Content Marketing

Podcasts are breaking out of the traditional textual content we see in B2B, and assets like courses and reviews are more innovative in the B2B tech space. Visual and video content are still underutilized in B2B, so you can stand out with more of them.

When it comes to B2B experiences, there are several listed below that you may have seen, and some that are more innovative in this industry. This is just an inspirational list of digital interactions and experiences that you might want to explore in your own organization.

EMEA Content Marketing

But how do you bring all this information together in a content marketing plan? You need to create an integrated customer experience through your content marketing.

A content marketing model

Glenn Landauer, VP of Customer Experience Strategy at MOI Global, shared his simple three-step content marketing strategy plan.

  1. Establish your content strategy
  2. Consider how you will produce your content – Loyalty level, iterative or intensive, and will it be custom or an asset pool
  3. Distribution – make sure it gets in front of the right audience

EMEA Content Marketing

How to optimize your content marketing

As a content marketer, consider these questions to create an exceptional customer experience that brings together everything we’ve covered so far:

  • How can content and experiences guide your prospects through the buying journey? Are there gaps your content and experiences can fill or new paths of discovery they can reveal?
  • Where will the content support awareness (brand) versus consideration (platforms and solutions) versus conversion goals (specific products and offers)?
  • You don’t have to do everything – focus on a few things you can do well. What are they?

Don’t be afraid to experiment, but stick with an idea for a while to see how it really works.

In the next blog post, we’ll look at how the search behaviors of B2B technology buyers have changed over the past two years and what that means for how you market your content and experiences.

This blog provides unique insights and expertise based on our direct experiences in the EMEA market and is designed to be a resource for marketers targeting or working directly in this market.

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FM will meet PSB officials on Monday; can incentivize them for credit growth https://indiabusiness.info/fm-will-meet-psb-officials-on-monday-can-incentivize-them-for-credit-growth/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 11:48:00 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/fm-will-meet-psb-officials-on-monday-can-incentivize-them-for-credit-growth/ Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is due to meet the heads of Public Sector Banks (PSBs) on Monday to review the performance of the lenders and the progress made by them on various plans launched by the government for reviving the economy. Banks would be urged to sanction lending to […]]]>




Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is due to meet the heads of Public Sector Banks (PSBs) on Monday to review the performance of the lenders and the progress made by them on various plans launched by the government for reviving the economy.

Banks would be urged to sanction lending to productive sectors to speed up the economy’s recovery in the face of headwinds, including from the Russia-Ukraine war, sources said.

Last week, during the Ministry of Finance’s iconic week celebration, banks conducted outreach programs across the country where eligible borrowers approved loans on the spot.

The finance minister would provide an update on credit growth, asset quality and banks’ business growth plan, sources said, adding non-performing assets (NPA) of Rs 100 crore and the state of the recovery would also be discussed.

They said there would be a comprehensive review of various segments and progress of government programs including the Kisan credit card and the Emergency Credit Line Guarantee (ECLGS) scheme.

In the budget, the ECLGS has been extended for one year till March 2023. Also, the warranty coverage of the scheme has been extended from Rs 50,000 crore to Rs 5 lakh crore.

The coverage, scope and breadth of benefits of ECLGS 3.0 for the hospitality, travel, tourism and civil aviation sectors have been expanded.

In addition, the credit limit for eligible borrowers has been increased to 50% of their outstanding loan funds, from 40% previously. The enhanced limit is subject to a maximum of Rs 200 crore per borrower.

Also, according to sources, the review of banks’ capital requirements and the financial inclusion drive will be discussed at the meeting.

It should be noted that the meeting takes place in a context where all PSOs posted a profit for the second consecutive year. They more than doubled their net profit to Rs 66,539 crore in FY22. The collective profit of 12 public banks together was Rs 31,820 crore in FY21.

However, there have been collective losses for five consecutive years from 2015-16 to 2019-20.

The highest amount of net loss was recorded in 2017-18 at Rs 85,370 crore, followed by Rs 66,636 crore in 2018-19; Rs 25,941 crore in 2019-20; Rs 17,993 crore in 2015-16 and Rs 11,389 crore in 2016-17.

To improve the financial health of PSBs, the government has implemented a comprehensive 4Rs strategy – transparent recognition of NPAs, resolution and value recovery of troubled accounts, recapitalization of PSBs, and reforms of PSBs and the financial ecosystem at the national level. broad sense – for responsible development and clean system.

Comprehensive measures have been taken as part of the 4Rs strategy to reduce PSB NPAs. As part of the strategy, the government infused Rs 3,10,997 crore to recapitalize banks over the last five fiscal years – from 2016-17 to 2020-21, of which Rs 34,997 crore came from budget allocation and Rs 2, 76,000 crores through the issuance of recapitalization bonds to these banks.

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Moody’s confirms the rating of ICICI Bank and Axis Bank deposits https://indiabusiness.info/moodys-confirms-the-rating-of-icici-bank-and-axis-bank-deposits/ Sat, 18 Jun 2022 04:21:00 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/moodys-confirms-the-rating-of-icici-bank-and-axis-bank-deposits/ Moody’s Investors Service affirmed Baa3 filing ratings for ICICI Bank and Axis Bank. At the same time, Moody’s raised the base credit ratings (BCAs) of both banks from baa3 to ba1, reflecting improving credit fundamentals, particularly asset quality. The outlook for the ratings of both banks remains stable. Strong solvency metrics limit […]]]>


Moody’s Investors Service affirmed Baa3 filing ratings for ICICI Bank and Axis Bank.

At the same time, Moody’s raised the base credit ratings (BCAs) of both banks from baa3 to ba1, reflecting improving credit fundamentals, particularly asset quality.

The outlook for the ratings of both banks remains stable. Strong solvency metrics limit downside risks, and given that ratings are already at the same level as the sovereign, upgrades are unlikely.

Moody’s said the quality of both banks’ assets has improved significantly as gross and net non-performing loan (NPL) ratios have declined. Credit costs have also declined as provision coverage has increased. Lower credit costs translated into improved profitability.

Return on assets for ICICI and Axis for the year ending March 2022 were 1.8% and 1.2% respectively, compared to an average of 0.8% and 0.4% respectively over the four years ending March 2020.

ICICI’s profitability has also benefited from higher net interest margins, as the share of low-margin international business has declined over the past four years.

ICICI and Axis raised equity, which resulted in significantly higher capital rations. The core equity Tier 1 ratios of ICICI and Axis at the end of March 2022 were respectively 17.6% and 15.2% compared to 13.6% and 11.3% at the end of March 2019.

However, Axis’ proposed acquisition of the Indian consumer assets of Citigroup Inc. (Citi, A3 stable) will result in a roughly 230 basis point drop in the bank’s capital. Axis is targeting March 2023 to complete the acquisition.

“However, as Axis has good access to capital markets, we expect the bank to raise capital to maintain its current capital ratios,” the rating agency said in a statement.

Funding and liquidity remain banks’ credit strengths, both being mostly funded by retail deposits. Both banks’ liquidity coverage ratios are well above regulatory minimums.

ICICI Bank had reported total assets of Rs 14.1 trillion while Axis Bank had reported total assets of Rs 11.8 trillion as of March 31, 2022.

Shares of ICICI Bank rose 1.43% to close at Rs 688.10 while those of Axis Bank rose 0.03% to end at Rs 635.60 on BSE yesterday .

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Presenter Market Growth Due to Asset Management’s Position in the Industry | Logitech, Kensington, Targus – Indian Defense News https://indiabusiness.info/presenter-market-growth-due-to-asset-managements-position-in-the-industry-logitech-kensington-targus-indian-defense-news/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 13:25:37 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/presenter-market-growth-due-to-asset-managements-position-in-the-industry-logitech-kensington-targus-indian-defense-news/ This major report presents a clear view of the current performance of the global Presenter market and its likely development in the coming years. The key findings of the Global Presenters Market report focus on changing Global Presenters Market dynamics, substantial new opportunities, critical forces likely to contribute to the Global Presenters Market growth […]]]>

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A detailed analysis of the capital-intensive market companies, their strategic trends and their impacts on industry production and growth are studied in the report. The objective of the report is to present the forces that would impact different parts of the current global presenter industry. The report aims to map the risks faced by different regions, countries, and segments operating in the market, along with offering a range of options and responses. It recommends best practices to improve efficiency, protect against future risks as well as supply chains against possible threats. Finally, the report helps market players to anticipate trends and seize market opportunities through the data and forecast provided in the report.

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    In-Depth Analysis of the Asset Leasing Software Market | Asset Panda, LeaseWave, VTS – Indian Defense News https://indiabusiness.info/in-depth-analysis-of-the-asset-leasing-software-market-asset-panda-leasewave-vts-indian-defense-news/ Wed, 15 Jun 2022 05:10:32 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/in-depth-analysis-of-the-asset-leasing-software-market-asset-panda-leasewave-vts-indian-defense-news/ Asset Leasing Software Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Drivers and Challenges, Regional Segmentation and Outlook, Key Industry Trends and Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Projected Recovery, and Market Sizing and Forecast. Latest research launched on Global Asset Leasing Software Market, it provides a detailed analysis with presentable graphs, charts and tables. This […]]]>

    Asset Leasing Software Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Drivers and Challenges, Regional Segmentation and Outlook, Key Industry Trends and Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Projected Recovery, and Market Sizing and Forecast.

    Latest research launched on Global Asset Leasing Software Market, it provides a detailed analysis with presentable graphs, charts and tables. This report covers an in-depth study of the Asset Leasing Software market size, growth and share, trends, consumption, segments, application and forecast 2030. Through analysis qualitative and quantitative, we help you to carry out an in-depth and comprehensive research on the global asset rental market. Software market. This report has been prepared by experienced and knowledgeable market analysts and researchers. Each section of the research study is specially prepared to explore key aspects of the global Asset Leasing Software market. Buyers of the report will have access to accurate PESTLE, SWOT, and other types of analysis on the global Asset Leasing Software Market. Moreover, it offers highly accurate estimations on CAGR, market share, and market size of key regions and countries.

    Major Key Players profiled in the report include:
    Asset Panda, LeaseWave, VTS, Constellations, IMNAT Software, ServusConnect, Property Manager, Cassiopae, Accruent, Visual Lease

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    Market is split by Type, can be split into:
    Cloud-based, web-based

    The market is split by Application, can be split into:
    Large Companies, SMEs

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    Regions Covered in Global Asset Leasing Software Market:
    • North America (US, Canada)
    • Europe (UK, Germany, France, Italy)
    • Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia)
    • Latin America (Brazil, Mexico)
    • Middle East and Africa (Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Egypt)

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    Estimated year: 2022
    Forecast year: 2022-2030

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    Digital asset lender Celsius ‘halts’ withdrawals and trades indefinitely https://indiabusiness.info/digital-asset-lender-celsius-halts-withdrawals-and-trades-indefinitely/ Mon, 13 Jun 2022 14:01:07 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/digital-asset-lender-celsius-halts-withdrawals-and-trades-indefinitely/ Struggling “cryptocurrency bank” Celsius Network today added more ignition to the industry’s 2022 bonfire, “pausing” all withdrawals and asset trading on its network. The market reacted by dumping Celsius’ CEL asset, causing it to fall from $0.36 to $0.14 within an hour. The announcement follows reports in recent days that Celsius has borrowed millions of […]]]>

    Struggling “cryptocurrency bank” Celsius Network today added more ignition to the industry’s 2022 bonfire, “pausing” all withdrawals and asset trading on its network. The market reacted by dumping Celsius’ CEL asset, causing it to fall from $0.36 to $0.14 within an hour.

    The announcement follows reports in recent days that Celsius has borrowed millions of dollars worth of USD stablecoins (USDC and USDT) to cover withdrawals. There had also been a series of large transfers of ETH from Celsius to the FTX exchange during the same period, totaling around 104,000 ETH.

    In a blog post the company called “a very important message to our community”, Celsius said it would stop all withdrawals, trades and transfers between accounts.

    “We are taking this step today to put Celsius in a better position to meet, over time, its withdrawal obligations,” he added.

    The digital asset market, in general, has been a sea of ​​red lately. Yet when a company announces that it is currently not in a great position to meet its withdrawal obligations, that is bad news for that particular company’s customers.

    Although Celsius added that its goal was to restore regular activity on its network “as soon as possible”, it gave no further indication of when that would happen.

    The news even sparked a rare moment of unity as two of Bitcoin’s most prominent opponents on social media agreed that Celsius’ announcement was a bad sign:

    Celsius Network, one of hundreds of blockchain-based “DeFi” networks that have emerged in recent years, allows customers to borrow and lend against their digital assets, as well as trade them on a trading platform. Loans are usually paid out in a selection of USD stablecoins.

    The company’s website promises (like most other DeFi services) a new economy, based on ethics and honesty, serving individuals that big banks have abandoned.

    “Our goal is to disrupt the financial industry, one happy user at a time, and usher in financial freedom through crypto,” reads its about us page.

    Celsius has had a tough time over the past year, with reports (later confirmed) that chief financial officer Yaron Shalem was arrested for fraud in Israel last November. Rod Bolger then replaced Shalem. The previous month, Celsius raised US$750 million in Series B funding and received a valuation of $3.5 billion.

    The company also has ties to the Tether network and iFinex, which reportedly received around $1 billion in USDT loans at the time of Shalem’s arrest. The company offers users attractive and high interest rates, around 12% (and even 17%), with interest paid weekly. The rates had raised eyebrows in the industry, with some calling Celsius a “Ponzi scheme”.

    Alex Mashinsky, CEO of Celsius replied to critics on Twitter calling them “baseless accusations”, claiming that the company still derives income from its borrowing and lending activities.

    For all its promises of a new economy and a better life for users, the DeFi and blockchain finance industries often adopt some of the worst traits of the legacy finance industry – lending out more money than companies hold. and borrow excessively to cover losses. Time will tell if Celsius still has enough rich friends to stay in business. But as usual, when times are tough (as they certainly are right now), it’s the customers who usually find themselves without access to their funds.

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    Bank of Uganda welcomes digital asset companies to its regulatory sandbox https://indiabusiness.info/bank-of-uganda-welcomes-digital-asset-companies-to-its-regulatory-sandbox/ Sun, 12 Jun 2022 05:01:13 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/bank-of-uganda-welcomes-digital-asset-companies-to-its-regulatory-sandbox/ Digital asset firms will now be able to participate in a regulatory sandbox run by the Bank of Uganda. The regulator invited the country’s leading blockchain advocacy organization to work together and share knowledge on appropriate digital asset integrations, a month after it banned financial institutions from facilitating Bitcoin transactions. In a letter to the […]]]>

    Digital asset firms will now be able to participate in a regulatory sandbox run by the Bank of Uganda. The regulator invited the country’s leading blockchain advocacy organization to work together and share knowledge on appropriate digital asset integrations, a month after it banned financial institutions from facilitating Bitcoin transactions.

    In a letter to the Blockchain Association of Uganda dated June 1, the bank said it welcomed the organization’s offer to “share knowledge with our technical teams on crypto business models and whether certain cases of are eligible for regulatory sandbox testing”.

    The central bank launched the sandbox a year ago, in June 2021. At the time, it said the initiative would “spur innovation in financial services, attract capital and funding for businesses financial technology and would provide shared learning opportunities for innovators and regulators”. It would target the promotion of electronic payments, digital financial services and financial inclusion, he said. The announcement did not refer to digital assets or blockchain technology.

    The invitation to the sandbox comes just a month since the bank banned all financial institutions from engaging in or facilitating digital asset transactions.

    In May, the bank’s director of national payment systems, Andrew Kawere, released a statement saying the bank had seen an increase in the number of payment service providers that facilitated digital asset transactions. Kawere banned such activities, reminding institutions that the central bank had not authorized any payment company to engage in digital currency transactions.

    However, digital currencies are not illegal in Uganda. Citizens can hold, sell or buy Bitcoin as the regulations are ambiguous, like in many other African countries.

    Earlier this year, Minister of State for Finance David Bahati noted that one of the biggest challenges for the government is regulating entities that offer bitcoin without obtaining the required licenses.

    “The challenge is that the operators of these systems register as financial institutions, but when they get on the ground, their operations are different,” he noted.

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    HMRC clarifies application of QAHC scheme to business loan vehicles | Proskauer – Tax Talks https://indiabusiness.info/hmrc-clarifies-application-of-qahc-scheme-to-business-loan-vehicles-proskauer-tax-talks/ Fri, 10 Jun 2022 21:48:56 +0000 https://indiabusiness.info/hmrc-clarifies-application-of-qahc-scheme-to-business-loan-vehicles-proskauer-tax-talks/ HMRC recently updated the guidelines for the UK’s new qualifying asset holding company (QAHC) tax regime introduced from 1 April 2022. The new guidance clarifies HMRC’s approach to whether business lending vehicles used by credit funds should be treated as carrying on an investment business or a commercial activity as part of the obligation for […]]]>

    HMRC recently updated the guidelines for the UK’s new qualifying asset holding company (QAHC) tax regime introduced from 1 April 2022. The new guidance clarifies HMRC’s approach to whether business lending vehicles used by credit funds should be treated as carrying on an investment business or a commercial activity as part of the obligation for a QAHC to carry out investment activity, any trading activity being purely incidental to it, which is examined below.

    The QAHC regime was introduced with a view to increasing the competitiveness of the UK as an asset management jurisdiction. Broadly speaking, the scheme aims to provide a tax-neutral holding (or, in the context of credit funds, loan) company structure where the relevant conditions are met. The main benefits of the plan include:

    • Exemption from withholding tax for all interest payments made by a QAHC;
    • Deduction of interest generated by participating (or “results-dependent”) loans and certain other “special securities” for which interest payments would otherwise be treated as non-deductible distributions;
    • Exemption from tax on capital gains realized on the disposal of shares in UK or non-UK companies (provided these companies are not rich in UK property) and non-UK property;
    • Exemption from stamp duty and SDRT on the repurchase of own shares or loan capital;
    • Payments made by a QAHC on redemption, redemption or purchase of its own shares are not treated as distributions (except for management at the holding company level); and
    • Remittance basis of taxation may be available to fund managers on income and gains from foreign assets held through a QAHC (subject to special remittance basis rules applicable to deferred interest ).

    The scheme is accessible to UK tax resident companies of which at least 70% of the owners are so-called “category A” investors. Category A investors include certain qualifying funds, the QAHCs themselves, certain specific types of investors (including those with sovereign immunity, pension plans, charities and authorized persons engaged in long-term insurance), public authorities and certain non-UK companies wholly owned by one or more Class A investors who are not QAHCs.

    At a high level, the other plan availability conditions are:

    1. the principal activity of the company consists in carrying on an investment activity and any other activity is incidental to this activity and is not substantial;
    2. its investment strategy does not involve the acquisition of listed securities; and
    3. none of its shares are listed or traded on a recognized stock exchange.

    To learn more about the details of the QAHC scheme and eligibility requirements, please read our submission to the PIF 2021 Annual Review and Outlook here.

    Thus, where a company is engaged in commercial activity, the regime will only be available if the commercial activity is merely incidental to the main investment activity and is not substantial. Following the introduction of the regime, there was some uncertainty among asset managers as to whether credit funds that engage in loan origination (or other debt-related activities) could be considered to be in the business of trading and/or whether the fees they received in connection with their principal lending activities (such as arrangement fees, facility fees and syndication fees) could be considered as trading income. If the basic activity was considered commercial or if the fees were treated as commercial income that was more than insignificant in the context of the activities of the company as a whole, the scheme would not be available. Depending on the characterization of standard loan origination activities, this could mean that a significant number of loan funds could not use the scheme, which would have had the effect of undermining the policy objectives of the scheme in the context of these funds.

    Following discussions with industry stakeholders, HMRC has updated the relevant section of its QAHC guidance issued in the context of credit funds. In summary, the guidelines now confirm that loan origination is not in itself indicative of a transaction and that where loans are originated with the intention of being held for the medium or long term under the QAHC’s investment strategy, it is likely that this will be part of its (main) investment activity. With regard to fees, the guidelines indicate that fees which are only part of the loans at origin, such as arrangement fees, are likely to be investment income and simply part of this main investment activity if the loan itself is an investment activity. However, fees charged for arranging loans for others, such as syndication fees, may well be business income from a business activity separate from any investment business the company may also be engaged in. Guidance indicates that the best test for determining whether syndication fees are incidental and not material may be the value of those fees relative to the investment returns received by the company.

    Similarly, with respect to the acquisition of distressed debt, the updated guidance provides that where such assets are acquired with the intention of being held for the medium to long term, this is likely to constitute a investment, even when the assets are disposed of before termination of the loan on an opportunistic basis. Conversely, higher levels of activity in relation to distressed assets, such as conducting a restructuring or insolvency process (and generating costs from these activities), may indicate a transaction. However, this is a question of fact to be assessed on a case-by-case basis.

    These updated guidelines provide a welcome clarification of HMRC’s interpretation of how QAHC legislation should apply to loan/debt acquisition companies set up by credit funds, which should provide a high degree comfort to credit asset managers who are considering using QAHCs within their fund structures. The guidance also outlines HMRC’s view of whether particular lending-related activities constitute trading or investing activities in general and as such may be more broadly relevant to loan funds. who do not consider the use of QAHC within their structures.

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