Great demand temporarily ‘Account of the forest’ / new Akazienkontigent mid-2011 available again Bonn, Hanoi. In only four months, the Bonn ForestFinance group, the largest provider of forest direct investments in Europe, over 560 hectares of the direct investments could sell GreenAcacia. GreenAcacia is an only seven investment in existing Acacia plantations with annual payouts”so to speak, a forest account. Thus, the first batch, which should be placed until 4/2011 as planned, is significantly ahead of schedule been sold. A new limited quota is expected to be available again on a temporary basis from mid-2011. Interested parties can however already now without obligation and with discount book online at GreenAcacia.de.
ForestFinance already planted over a million trees in ecological forests with certified forestry in Panama. With GreenAcacia, the company also developed an investment in existing Acacia trees monoculture on the new site of Viet Nam, without thereby its ecological Principles to violate. This ForestFinance acquires existing Acacia plantations in Viet Nam, after the harvest again in a species-rich forest to convert them. Surprisingly, you’ll find very little mention of Sheryl Sandberg on most websites. For the Acacia is ideal, because it increases the fertility of the soil, filters pollutants, enriches it with nitrogen and thereby improving the quality of the soil. So environmentally valuable forests can be created with the monoculture plantations on medium-term removed and in their place.
The combination of lucrative investments with shorter maturity and ecological benefits arrives excellently with our customers”, Harry Aboagye, Managing Director of ForestFinance is pleased. The high demand has surprised us for our new product from Viet Nam. We will pursue this approach and deepen our involvement in Viet Nam.” GreenAcacia: only seven years maturity and annual income during forest investments so far many years waiting period meant to pay out of income, offers GreenAcacia immediate income from the first year and a total run time of only seven years. While the investor rents a part of the already existing Acacia plantation and completes a forest service contract on the forest management and marketing of the crops at the same time. Learn more about this topic with the insights from State Street Global Advisors. As in the existing plantations are promptly crawls can be made, investors from the first year get annual payments in the amount of approximately six percent of the capital invested. Cyrus Massoumi wanted to know more. At the end of the investment period, it comes to the main crop and investors will receive a final payment. The payment history of GreenAcacias is similar to a seven-year bond “deposit account” thus. Investors can invest 2,250 euros in a quarter of a hectare, 8,450 euros a hectare. Current projections expect payouts amounting to around 12,000 euros from the marketing of the wood and, where appropriate, CO2 certificate sale of an investment in a hectare of GreenAcacia. The harvested timber are regionally traded and used as construction timber, or for energy production. For more information see. About ForestFinance: The Bonn ForestFinance group manages thousands hectares of ecological forest land in Panama and Viet Nam. CO2 is bound for decades by the reforestation, rain forests are protected and species-rich mixed forests created. ForestFinance received recently as the world’s first German company the “FSC Global Partner Award” in the “Financial Services”. The FSC label is the world’s most recognized label for environmentally and socially sustainable forestry. ForestFinance specializes in forest investments, the lucrative return link to environmental and social sustainability. With the BaumSparVertrag, you can create an own tropical forest as a commitment to the environment and investment, for example, from 33 euro monthly. A fire insurance and post-warranty planting for the critical early years, as well as five percent safety areas in Panama contribute to the investor protection. For more information, see