How BankWaqf International works?
BankWaqf International identify businesses that have potential to empower the economy and the people across the world. BWI analyses the potential of the businesses through market analysis, financial analysis, and the businesses analysis. We help them through advertising, advisory, and representative to deal with individuals, companies, corporates, philanthropists, and governments to invest their businesses.
When capital investment reaches the target fund, BankWaqf International will become the intermediary between investors and business operators. The role includes managing the business to reach business targets and to ensure the businesses capitalise the fund correctly. During the operation, BankWaqf International will ensure the business operators continuously updated about the performance and progress of the businesses in various communication channels (website, social media) to ensure the investors are well informed and free from curiosity and anxiety.
The return structure of the business profit is calculated based on the net profit multiplied by the percentage of return (from 2% up to 4%). For example, the business net profit is $250,000,000. With the percentage of return assumed to be 4%, thereturn structure of the business profit is $10,000,000. This $10,000,000 will be distributed to the investors, business operators, and BankWaqf International. The percentage of distribution is based on agreement between all involved parties. The return time schedule is approximately once every one/two month(s).
Investor – 60%
60% is the example of distribution percentage. Hence, the investor(s) will receive $6,000,000 ($10,000,000 x 60% = $6,000,000).
Business Operator – 30%
30% is the example of distribution percentage. Hence, the business operator(s) will receive $3,000,000 ($10,000,000 x 30% = $3,000,000)
BankWaqf International– 10%
10% is the example of distribution percentage. BankWaqf International will receive $1,000,000 ($10,000,000 x 10% = $1,000,000)