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Neutrino Energy Group is a German-American company that challenged the established power generation system. Being one of the leaders in scientific and technical developments in the field of energy, the company has developed Neutrinovoltaic technology for obtaining direct electric current from the action of cosmic particles of the invisible spectrum of radiation.

The established system of power generation and power supply at this stage does not correspond to the achieved level of human development in terms of energy efficiency and availability. The negative, and sometimes catastrophic, influence of man on nature and climate raises the question of complete reform of the existing energy system before mankind. Moving away from the petrodollar is a task that needs to be solved in the very next few years, if we do not want the Earth to look like the surface of Mars.

The energy of the future must be independent

The generation of energy from the action of neutrinos is decentralized, which will allow anyone to receive an electric current anywhere, even underground and under water. A constant flux of cosmic neutrinos, as well as various electromagnetic radiation on Earth, affecting the working elements of direct current neutrino sources, are capable of guaranteed meeting people's needs for electricity, and hence for heat.

The company sees an equally important task in maintaining its independence from the "dishonest" monopoly capital, the purpose of which is to seize control over the company and put the invention on the shelf. Therefore, the independence of the company is the cornerstone of its development and the rapid implementation of the invention into production.

Neutrino Energy Group is currently not officially listed on any stock exchange, so the ISIN is not yet available. Neutrino Energy Group is funded exclusively by equity capital and through a private placement, which imposes the need to comply with and comply with specific requirements.

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What is Private Accommodation?

As the name suggests, a “private placement” is a private alternative to the issue or sale of publicly offered securities as a vehicle to raise capital. In a private placement, the offering and sale of debt or equity securities is between the company or issuer and a selected number of investors. There can be only one investor for any issue.

The three most important functions that classify a securities issue as a private placement are:

  1. Securities are not publicly offered

  2. Securities are not required to register with the SEC

  3. Investors are limited in number and must be "accredited" *

Companies, both public and private, issue on the private placement market for various reasons, including the desire to gain access to long-term capital with a fixed rate, diversify funding sources, add additional financial opportunities compared to existing investors (banks, private investments, etc.) etc.) or, in the case of private enterprises, to maintain confidentiality.

Since private placements are offered only to a limited number of accredited investors, they are exempt from registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This gives the issuer the opportunity to avoid certain costs associated with a public offering, as well as more flexibility in terms of structure and conditions.

"One of the key benefits of private placement is its flexibility."


The most common type of private placement is long-term, fixed-rate debt, but there are many structuring options. One of the key advantages of private accommodation is its flexibility. Private placement debt securities are similar to bonds or bank loans and can be collateralized, that is, collateralized, or unsecured if no collateral is required. In addition to senior debt, other types of private placement debt include:


Traditionally, mid-market companies issue debt in the private placement market through two main channels:

  •      Directly with a private investor such as a large insurance company or other institutional investor;

  •     Through a best effort agent (most often an investment bank) that solicits bids from several potential investors - this is usually for large deals: $ 100 million and up.

Private placement is a way for institutional investors to provide loans to companies like banks in a buy-and-hold approach without requiring disclosure of trading or public transactions. Historically, insurance companies called investments the purchase of “notes” and banks “loans”.

Types of capital available for business

When businesses register, they are often financed by owners or a family loan. However, as they grow, many companies are unable to fund all needs solely from internal cash flows. When capital requirements exceed cash, businesses can use the following types of capital:


Benefits of private placement

Private placements provide the following benefits:

  • Long term

Private placements provide longer maturities than conventional bank financing at a fixed interest rate. This is ideal for when a business is being presented with an opportunity to grow when it does not immediately see the return on its investment; the business will have more time to recoup the private placement, and the cost of financing will be determined over the life of the investment.

In addition, private placements are usually buy-and-hold, so the company will benefit from a long-term relationship with the same investor throughout the funding period.


  • Execution speed

The growth and maturity of the private placement market has resulted in improved documentation standardization, pricing and timing transparency, increased funding capacity, and an overall increase in market size and depth ($ 10 billion to $ 1 billion). Thus, the private placement market creates an environment that allows the investment to be completed quickly, usually within 6-8 weeks (for the first transaction. Subsequent financing can be completed in a shorter time frame).

In addition, it is generally faster to issue a private placement compared to corporate bonds on the public market, since the issuer is not required to spend time and resources creating a prospectus and registering with the SEC.

"Private placements can complement existing bank debt rather than compete with it."

  • Supplement to existing funding

“Private placements also help diversify a company's sources of capital and capital structure. Since the terms are subject to change, private placements can complement and compete with existing bank debt and may enable a company to better manage its debt obligations. Diversification of funding sources is especially important during periods of market cycles when banks' liquidity may be insufficient.

Private placements allow private, mid-market and public companies to access capital in the same way as a signed public debt offering, but without specific requirements such as ratings, registrations or minimum size. And for public companies, private placements can offer superior performance over the government bond market for small issue sizes, as well as greater structural flexibility.


  • Confidentiality and control

Private placement deals are negotiated confidentially. In addition, the public disclosure requirements are limited compared to the public market. Companies will not be obligated to public shareholders.


Long-term capital corresponds to the company's long-term investment. Thus, capital raised from the issuance of a private placement is most often used to support long-term initiatives versus short-term needs such as working capital. Companies, both public and private, use capital raised from private placements in the following ways:

  • Debt refinancing

  • Debt diversification

  • Expansion / Capital Growth

  • Acquisitions

  • Share buyback / recapitalization

  • Taking a public company in private

  • Employee Share Ownership Plan (ESOP)

Pricing and payment structure

Private debt securities are predominantly fixed income bonds that pay a set coupon on an agreed schedule. Private placements are priced similarly to government securities, where pricing is determined by the US Treasury rate plus a credit risk premium.

Principal repayment can be done in several ways, depending on the credit quality and needs of the issuer, such as depreciation fund payments (amortization) or “bullets”, and individual / individual amortization. Interest is usually paid quarterly or semi-annually.

Private placement allows for customized conditions and structures to meet the specific financial needs of the issuer.

Choice of a private investor

There are important considerations for a company when deciding whether to issue a private placement. When choosing a private investor or lender, some of the key characteristics are:

  • They are relationship oriented, not transaction oriented. It is important that they take an interest in the business they finance and also work to understand the needs of the business and how it works.

  • Since private placement debt is generally long-term, it is very important for a private investor to be able to grow as a financial partner and have the knowledge and experience to help a company navigate through difficult times.

  • They are fast, responsive, and have access to key decision makers in their organization.

  • A private placement investor has shown a consistent appetite for private placement debt throughout market cycles and calendar years.

  • They fulfill their obligations.

Ultimately, it is very important to find a private investor who can offer the financing that is most suitable for your business objectives.

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Advantages and disadvantages of private placement


Private placements have become a common way for startups to raise funding, especially in the internet and fintech sectors. They allow these companies to grow and develop, while avoiding the full public scrutiny that accompanies an IPO. Read more

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