Bonds are a standard way of investing into the further growth and development of companies, especially while the whole world is facing tougher regulations on bank loans. Between the world wars, Czechoslovakia company bonds had already started to become an everyday investment vehicle – and a hot topic of conversation in coffee shops. Following the Second World War and while under communist rule, all credit was centralised via state-owned banks. As a result, it is only now that we are again returning to standard means of financing companies’ development.
Bonds issued by the Natland investment group only finance investments which include business plans which are fully under Natland’s control, no matter if they’re in Private Equity or in Real Estate. This means that investors don’t have to be experts on the given market because we supply the necessary knowledge, experience, and time. Company bonds can be fully tradeable on the open market which gives investors the necessary flexibility and freedom.