ZINC CORPORATION

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About Our Company


Zinc Corporation is a private company founded in 1984 and originated in Europe. Zinc Corporation is proud to announce its presence around the world. We have divisions in the USA, Europe, Africa, the Middle & Far East. We have a wealth of experience in private placement programs that are strictly by invitation only. Private Funding is at very competitive interest rates, in comparison with market set commercial lending. We routinely work with the Top 50 ranked AAA rated International Banks globally.


We are discrete with our clients and their enquiries. We practice the code of the Data Protection Act (DPA) without exception, upholding privacy and confidentiality for our existing and perspective clients. We have a team of 55 employees worldwide taking care of various duties, ranging from teams of Lawyers to back office staff. Over the past years we have assisted with many mainstream and distinguished clients, in the Hotel Industry, Private developers for Housing and for Commercial Agricultural and Energy Developments. We are happy to accommodate for most needs of our clients and are very flexible in procedures as the international marketplace often demands of us, depending on the locality we are transacting in. Zinc Corporation would like to hear from you, whatever your enquiry.

We are facilitators of investment, finance and trading programs in direct cooperation with traders within the international banking system. We provide guidance and assistance to principals such as private clients, high HNW/UHNW individuals, corporations, institutional investors, banks, funding groups, trusts and foundations, executives and entrepreneurs through professional excellence  in accordance to  international banking standards. We always explore innovative financial solutions and facilitate global investment potential for wealth creation and life quality enhancement by providing global reach and connectivity between capital markets and knowledge driven investors profiteering from high profit investment programs. We also specialize in trading of bank instruments and offer services such as, investment banking programs, and currency exchange.

                                            
                            

A Breif Overview

The economies of Brazil, Russia, India and China account for 20 percent of the world economic output, and rising. That’s up four fold in the last decade, according to a report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Despite the growth, problems in the core economies had made the post-2008 world a difficult one for the big four emerging markets.

Their combined stock-market value has dropped to a three-year low of 16 percent of the total invested in global equities, according to data compiled by Bloomberg . Jim O’Neill , the chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management who came up with the term BRIC in a November 2001 research report, said that the pull back in equity values makes BRIC market stocks “irresistible,” Bloomberg reported him saying on Wednesday. The last time the gap was this wide, in 2005, the MSCI BRIC Index jumped 53 percent in 12 months, more than double the gain in the MSCI All-Country World Index.

“Unless we are seeing a major collapse of those economies, it’s a huge opportunity for investors,” O’Neill told the newswire.

Audrey Kaplan, a fund manager at Federated InterContinental (RIMAX) said in an interview with Forbes that she had started investing in China for the first time in nearly years in the first quarter and is now overweight China and Brazil within the BRICs.

“You want to own a lot of these big names when they’re cheap,” Kaplan said about Brazil’s large cap stocks which have underperformed the local BM&F Bovespa index all year. “We’re getting back into these names because they are very attractive at their recent price levels.”

According to Bloomberg, BRIC equity value, which includes locally-traded shares and ADRs, has dropped to $7.6 trillion from $9.5 trillion a year ago, when they made up 18 percent of the global total. Petrobras (PBR), Brazil’s state run energy company, fell to the world’s 39th-largest company by value from the 10th-biggest in July 2011. China Construction Bank’s rank dropped to 20 from 12 while Rosneft , Russia’s largest oil producer, sank to 106 from 70. India’s ICICI Bank (IBN) has lost 17 percent of its market cap during the past year, compared with an average gain of 9 percent for global peers.

The long term trend of rising standards of living remains in place for the BRICs, but investors still have to contend with market volatility related to problems in the advanced economies.

Allan Conway, head of emerging markets at Schroder Investment Management, said the market still needs clarity on Europe. There’s no clear direction yet in global equities as a result.

“In 2008, we beat the MSCI emerging markets index. The period we suffered most was 2010 when the market had no clear trend. Since then we’ve clawed back and are ahead by about 300 basis points over the MSCI EM and this year as of end of June up 250 basis points over MSCI EM. The challenge for us has been to stay ahead of the curve. If we wait for some incredible plan to come out of Europe, we miss 30 percent of the rally,” he said. “The trick in the coming months are to look for the sign points that show we have moved away from kicking the can down the road and are moving to more long lasting structural changes.”