ZTI Invest GmbH

ZTI Invest GmbH is the owner of SKR for Nickel Wire deposited in Germany. Our SKR is free from other commitments.

We are looking for solutions for monetizing this instrument, much like a SBLC, Bond or BG, and use these funds as an alternative funding source, as a Proof of Funds (POF) or participate in the Private Placement Program (PPP).

Please get in touch with us to discuss how we can cooperate in this field.

What is financial instrument?

Financial instruments are contracts between individuals that have monetary value.

People make transactions according to their needs. Any asset that has capital is a transaction midwife that needs financial instruments.

Some examples of financial instruments :

  • Cheques
  • Shares
  • stocks
  • bonds
  • futures
  • options contracts

What is considered a financial instrument?

Financial instruments are contracts for monetary assets that can be :






In terms of contracts.

there is a contractual obligation between involved parties during a financial instrument transaction.

Which is not a financial instrument?

intangible assets


prepaid expenses


right of use assets

deferred revenue

warranty obligations

What is a financial instrument in accounting?

A financial instrument is an investment that confers on its owner a claim on the income or change in value of the issuer or some underlying component of the instrument.

It can usually be traded or thereby allowing for the efficient transfer of capital between investors.

Understanding Financial Instruments:

Financial instruments can be primarily classified into two types:

cash instruments

derivative instruments

Cash instruments: instruments which can be transferred and valued readily in the market.

Some of the most common examples of cash instruments are deposits and loans where the lenders and borrowers are required to be agreed upon

Derivative instruments:It can be defined as instruments whose characteristics and value can be derived from its underlying entities such as interest rates, indices or assets, among others. The value of such instruments can be obtained from the performance of the underlying component. Also, they can be linked to other securities such as bonds and shares and stocks.

Types of financial interument:

  • SKR
  • SBLC
  • LC
  • BG


In this case, the property owner decides to hand over his assets to a representative. That representative is usually a bank or financial institution.

The trustee gives a confirmation to the owner.

A contract is also concluded

The owner can send a confirmation to a third party that these steps sometimes cost.

Financial instruments are monetary contracts between parties.

  • Created
  • Traded
  • Modified
  • Settled

They can be cash, evidence of an ownership interest in a contractual right or entity to deliver or receive. Form of:


Debt (bonds, loans)

Equity (shares)


The various assets that can be held in such arrangements range from:



Real Estate,

Precious Metals

Oil and Natural Reserves

Among others


When the bank issues a legal document on behalf of the customer and guarantees payment to the seller, if the buyer does not commit, this process is called SBLC.

This type of contract is mostly in foreign and international transactions where the parties do not know each other.

The documents have network credit and assure the seller that if the buyer does not pay for the services or goods provided, the bank will pay the fee.


A Bank Guarantee (BG) guarantees a certain sum to the beneficiary if the opposing party doesn’t fulfill its specific obligations under their agreed upon contract.

It ensure both sides in a contractual agreement from credit risk.

Both of them should have to issue Bank Guarantees (BG) in order to prove their credit-worthiness to each other.

Letter of Credit (LC):

A letter of credit is a letter from a bank guaranteeing that a buyer’s payment to a seller will be received on time and for the correct amount.

If  the buyer is unable to make a payment on the purchase, the bank will remaining amount of the purchase  or be required to cover the full (It may be offered as a facility)

The nature of international dealings or including factors:


Differing laws in each country

Difficulty in knowing each party personally

use of letters of credit has become a very important aspect of international trade.