The solution in the formulation of an investment strategy, a financial, tax or estate plan, should be based on the premise that all action represents a deliberate and calculated investment in any of the three primary areas of focus: yourself, your family, or your business. Accordingly the approach of MCP² reflects a long-term perspective of the client, and providing the best opportunity to realize his/her objectives with optimal returns and minimal risk. Any change to that approach or strategy should be determined primarily by the client’s changing circumstances and not necessarily by cyclical fluctuations in the market.
The decision to invest and the strategic solution should reflect the combined desire for capital appreciation and preservation. Where exceptional risk is inherent in a strategy the client must be fully cognizant of the potential for loss.
By closely monitoring both domestic and international markets, structures and products, MCP² offers a diverse range of opportunities and solutions to meet the client’s specific demands and objectives, whether in asset management, family estate protection, or tax planning. The development and blending of specific MCP² products with other structures and jurisdictions ensure that the appropriate solution is achieved for the client.
MCP² will also assist both clients and potential clients in utilizing established micro-cap and small business structures to gain access to appropriate equity capital markets and sources.
MCP² has the capability of managing distinct portfolios, ranging from the stocks of emerging growth companies to money market securities, from insurance-based annuities to offshore mutual funds, from government-guaranteed debt obligations to global fixed-income securities. This gives the client the ability to respond effectively and quickly to new and diverse opportunities in today’s dynamic financial markets.
MCP² is subject to the regulatory oversight of the Securities Commission of The Bahamas, the Registrar for Financial & Corporate Service Providers, and the Central Bank of The Bahamas.