15.1% guaranteed returns PA (expected conservative returns 28% net PA)
Returns paid every 5 years for 20 years
Huge tax incentives
Whole investment held in trust by Citadel
Timber buyer in place with bonded guarantee
Low entry investment of 32,500 USD
CO2 climate change mitigation
Reforestation, carbon offset project
Guaranteed purchase order from the World Paulownia Institute, insured by Burlingtons and underwritten by BASS
"Timber is the only asset to have grown
in three out of the four market collapses of the 20th century, has risen steadily
in price for 200 years and has returned an average of 6.5% a year for the last
Jeremy Grantham US Fund Manager
About the Princess Project
The Princess Project, based in Panama, has been open to investors since 1st September 2009. A sustainable timber plantation, the Princess Project boasts a simple annualised ROI of 15.1% p.a., which is guaranteed by an insurance policy for the full 20 years investment term.
The project delivers various environmental benefits, from Carbon sequestration to soil regeneration, as well as socioeconomic benefits to local communities. Unlike most timber investments which leave your money tied up for 25-30 years, Princess Project returns are paid at the end of year 5 and thereafter every 5 years.
Employment and infrastructure from this project will help repair many local bridges and roads, drill 3 water wells and set up a micro lab for Paulownia Tree growing for the next project biomass. This project is by far the most significant development seen in the region, creating jobs for virtually the entire community. This project is equivalent to 28% of the entire country’s reforestation efforts in 2008 and as such receives full support from the Panamanian Governmental Department of Environment (ANAM)
About Emerald Knight
Emerald Knight is uniquely positioned to take advantage of global economic trends. By offering our clients opportunities in growth markets we have created a "safe haven" for money in a time when many traditional investment vehicles are showing poor returns and the increase in value of residential property cannot be relied upon.