Levity&War not a allot of sincerity or thought,

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    With not a allot of sincerity or thought,but an abundance of lightness of manner speech, especially inappropriate frivolity laced with inconstancy; changeableness.a total lack of quality buoyancy. emphasis on not to ask.seek and get advice on how they works, we-they are the last to know,however we do know whatever the two can and can't do in attempt to confuse,mislead you, two will do. The" two" Colombian government and FARC , will do,just as your real investment adviser,bank, does... in short spin, lie, hope,excuses,move on ,after all do you really think its about you ?

    Why FARC going public? People are dying for the opportunity to buy FARC IPO, knowing the right people can make you killer profits

    The long term benefits of being publicly traded are numerous and can include: improved liquidity, higher company value, the ability to make acquisitions or attract and retain employees with the newly public companies stock and greater access to capital at a lower cost. In addition, having public trading status allows a company the ability to make acquisitions with their stock,instead of the hostile takeovers used in past acquisitions since publicly traded stock is viewed as currency for acquisitions. FARC has many currency s in addition to the EURO&Dollar they have large surplus of Poppies, Coca, and marijuana and Oil & Gold all currencies are tied to world market prices The diversity makes FARC quite attractive and extremely liquid More over, public trading status often leads to a higher price for a later offering of a companies securities.

    According to Colombia’s Attorney General’s Office, many of the assets belonging to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) are held overseas, an indication of the rebels’ reach as a transnational criminal t

    The Attorney General’s Office calculates that just 30 percent of the FARC’s assets are based in Colombia, according to newspaper El Tiempo. The other 70 percent are based overseas in countries like Venezuela, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Panama, and Mexico. The Attorney General’s Office have also traced FARC assets to European countries like Norway, Holland, Denmark, Germany, and Sweden, El Tiempo reported.

    The FARC’s annual income from the drug trade and other illicit activities is estimated to be some $1.1 billion, according to the Attorney General’s Office calculations. This is in contrast to a previous estimate by the United Nations Development program in 2003, which calculated that the FARC’s average annual income at $342 million, $204 million of which was derived from the drug trade. InSight Crime believes the current figure to be between the two, but with some of the rebel income sticking to the hands of lower and middle ranking commanders.

    As the US Treasury Deparment’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has detailed, the FARC has an extensive transnational money laundering network. The 27th Front, for example, worked with one designated money launderer, Jose Cayetano Melo Perilla, who used several companies based overseas, including the Venezuela-based Carillanca C.A. and the Costa Rica-based Carillanca S.A., to handle FARC funds.
    One problem is that asides from the FARC assets held overseas, individual rebel ‘Fronts’ are responsible for their finances and investments at a local level acting like wholly owed subsidiaries. It is hard to predict how commanders(CEO) on the ground will react to the political negotiations carried out thousands of miles away.Subsidiaries commanders need the incentive to turn themselves in and hand over their financial holdings, and it is unclear how the FARC’s political leadership at headquarters (or the Colombian government) will prompt them to do so. With negotiations on the horizon, Local commanders will likely focus on building up their own personal wealth, to ensure that no matter how the peace dialogues turn out, they will remain in an advantageous financial position.

    Another difficulty will be unraveling the international network of assets presumably held by the FARC’s International Front (also known as the International Commission – COMINTER) holding company, charged with handling diplomatic activity and propaganda overseas. The chairman of the holding company also happens to be one of the FARC’s official negotiators with the government: political hardliner Luciano Marin Arango, alias “Ivan Marquez.” It is possible that when discussing turning in some of the FARC’s financial assets, this could clash with some of Marquez’s personal financial interests and rebel ambitions to establish a political party.

    Tracking the extent of the FARC’s illicit assets — and deciding how the FARC should share & hand them over — could greatly complicate the upcoming peace talks with the government, going on in Norway followed by stockholders meeting in Havana later on. The FARC’s top leadership would presumably have to turn in many of these holdings as part of their overall demobilization and reparations. The process will likely be a painful and difficult one, if the prior demobilization of paramilitary United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia (AUC) is any indication. The AUC’s assets were supposed to be used for the reparation for victims of paramilitary violence, but as investigative website Verdad Abierta has reported, few paramilitaries have actually revealed their land and business holdings, let alone handed them over to the government. The process with the FARC is unlikely to be any easier.


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