Panama Teak Forestry was established by investors interested in maximizing the long-term returns available from a well-managed tropical timber company. Panama Teak Forestry´s whole land management strategy is designed to maximize profits for investors while preserving the productivity and value of the company´s holdings. As shareholders, investors benefit from a variety of income streams that are not available with direct ownership of a stand of timber.
Panama Teak Forestry is committed to efficient production of a sustainable commodity while providing excellent annualized value growth. This is a green investment, employing sound agro-forestry methods to help restore previously neglected land to full productivity. Unlike many timber investments, Panama Teak Forestry is set up to allow investors to enter and exit the investment easily through the purchase and sale of shares.
These are the key advantages of owning shares in Panama Teak Forestry:
The minimum investment in Panama Teak Forestry is 10 shares. Current share price is $2,416.00.
Share price is adjusted upwards monthly to reflect the growth of our timber. Because Panama Teak Forestry holds a range of assets, the value of the company´s holdings (timber, land, and other assets) are assessed periodically and the share price adjusted accordingly.
Panama Teak Forestry share value has increased over the last 10 years by an average of about 12% annually. This rise reflects Panama Teak Forestry´s low overhead and efficient management, as well as increases in land and timber values over the past three years.
Panama Teak Forestry represents one of the most efficient ways to invest in the safe and lucrative tropical hardwood industry. Shares can be sold to outside qualified investors by current share holders. Panama Teak Forestry will charge a $200 transaction service fee for all trades. All investors must be qualified investors as per the SEC rules of Panama and the country of the investor. The proper know your client due diligence will be done on each investor before they are allowed to invest.
It takes time and money to develop a large, well-managed stand of teak. Large investments will provide excellent returns, but this requires a steady investment over time. Investors of over $1 million should contact Panama Teak Forestry´s management to discuss a staged investment plan tailored to the needs of investors of $1 million to $10 million.
The information provided on this site or in any communication containing a link to this site is not intended for distribution to, or use by, any person or entity in any jurisdiction or country where such distribution or use would be contrary to any laws or regulations or which would subject Panama Teak Forestry (the “Company”) or its affiliates to any registration requirement within such jurisdiction or country. Neither the information nor any statement contained in this site constitutes a public offering of securities pursuant to the Panamanian securities law (Decree Law 1 of 8th July 1999) and its regulations, or any other foreign securities laws and regulations.
No offer is being made hereby to any person whose participation as an offeree would preclude the Company from qualifying for the exemption from registration requirements under Decree Law 1 of the 8th of Jul 1999, as amended (the “Panamanian Securities Law) or under any other foreign securities law. The shares of Panama Teak Forestry Inc. are being offered in the Republic of Panama as a private placement in accordance with Section 2 or Article 83 of the Panamanian Securities Law.
Minimum buy-back purchases will be blocks of 10 shares. Buy backs need to be approved by board members based on the company´s cash holdings at the time of the buy-back request. The buy-back program can be modified by a majority vote of the board.
Over the years the company has at times done share buy backs. Also share trades have been made privately by shareholders and through the company directors representing the buyer and seller. The directors have also at times both bought and sold shares through the company. All share transfers managed in any way by the directors have done through the company and have been recorded in the company books and share holder registry.
Shares can be freely traded and as per the bylaws of the company Section 8.03 Any shareholder may transfer shares by delivering the stock certificate to the purchaser without recording said transfer in the corporate stock register book. But it has to be noted that as per Section 8.04 of the by laws.
The Corporation shall be entitled to recognize the exclusive right of a person registered on its books as the owner of shares to receive dividends, and to vote as such owner, and to hold liable for calls and assessments a person registered on its books as the owner of shares, and shall not be bound to recognize any equitable or other claim to or interest in such share or shares on the part of any other person, whether or not it shall be express or other notice thereof, except as otherwise provided by the laws of the Republic of Panama.
Therefor it is recommended that all trades go through the company so that the new share holder has filled out the stock subscription and all forms related to the ownership of the shares and all funds are transferred through the company to make sure the transaction is completed to the satisfaction of the buyer and seller and the buyer will become the registered owner of the shares in the books of the company.