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General Details

The prospectus is created as an offer document for a new or existing company seeking to raise capital from either private or public investors using an Initial Public Offering (IPO). In some situations a private company not using a stock market will create a document known as an Information Memorandum. Both documents set out to provide detailed information about the company, its mission, strategy, operations, financial information and investment risks.

Company: Ginko Perpetual Bonds (GPB)
Outstanding Shares: 105,182
Company Website: http://www.ginkofinancial.com

Board of Directors

Chief Executive Officer: Nicholas Portocarrero
Chairman: Nicholas Portocarrero
Non-Executive Director: Lukeconnell Vandeverre

Prospectus

CEO's Real Life Name: Private
CEO's Real Life Location: Private

(Real life details are optional as the WSE is a fictional securities exchange based on avatars in the virtual world of Second Life.)

Cash on Hand: L$1.00
Land Owned: 0m2
Land Value: L$0.00/m2
Net Tangible Assets (NTA): L$$1.00

(NTA is calculated as the total assets of a company, minus any intangible assets such as goodwill, patents and trademarks, less all liabilities divided by Shares Outstanding. Also known as "net asset value", NAV or "book value", BV.)

Monthly Revenue: L$0.00
Monthly Expenses: L$0.00

Chairman's Letter

Ginko Perpetual Bonds are non-expiring bonds which yield L$1 per month each. The yield is guaranteed by Ginko Financial so your risk is minimized, though not completely eliminated. While the bonds do not expire, it is possible for the company to cancel them by paying a liquidation dividend of L$100 per share. The yield will not rise or fall because it is guaranteed by Ginko Financial, but the risk of bankrupcy still exists.

Business Overview

The money raised by these bonds is given to Ginko Financial to be used in the conduction of it's business activities, including but not limited to:

- currency exchange (GCS)
- investments in WSE stocks
- virtual estate development
- venture capital financing

Business Strategy

--Confidential--

Business Strengths

Ginko Financial has been managing the money of thousands of SL residents for many years now and is the biggest and oldest in-world bank.

Bottom line, we know what we are doing and we have demonstrated time and time again that we are not going to just dissapear. Honesty is our greatest strenght.

Market Overview

The idea of "competitors" doesn't quite apply. We cannot list every competitor in every field which Ginko Financial operates, but in terms of the debt market, other SL banks might decide to issue bonds, and their savings accounts are also competing for capital, which may drive interest rates up. Higher interest rates means lower bond prices, however, the yield for the bonds themselves remains the same.

Use of Capital

See above.

The money raised by these bonds is given to Ginko Financial to be used in the conduction of it's business activities, including but not limited to:

- currency exchange (GCS)
- investments in WSE stocks
- virtual estate development
- venture capital financing

Risk Factors

Ginko Financial might be unable to meet it's financial obligations with bond and account holders. In such a case Ginko Financial's assets would be liquidated and divided among both bondholders and accountholders. This could represent a significant, possibly complete loss of the capital invested.

The specific risks which Ginko Financial faces are many and cannot be listed here. For more info see the WSE's Terms of Service.

Management

Nicholas Portocarrero is the founder and owner of Ginko Financial. He has been doing business in Second Life since 7/13/2004.



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