Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight,Freescale Semiconductor Employees , JP Morgan,Blackstone,Carlyle,Stock Fraud Manipulation

Missing Malaysian Airlines Flight,Freescale Semiconductor Employees , JP Morgan,Blackstone, Carlyle, Stock Fraud Manipulation


Interesting comments from anngirfan re missing Malaysian Airlines and   Freescale Semiconductor Ltd who had 20 passengers aboard.Recently particularly since the last 2008 stock market crash or pump and dump
by financial military industrial elites more and more U.S.incorporated Chinese stock scams and penny stocks have been placed of the U.S.stock market to defrau and fleece investors particularly American ones.I suspect the usual suspects - Zionists and pro-Israeli City of London connected stock fraud robber barons with U.S. CIA NSA Mossad and EU and UK mi5,mi6,etc. 'intelligence' connections.After all they are the largest organized criminal system in the world.Apparently Iam not the only one with such suspicions.


http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2014/03/malaysian-airlines-mh370-stolen.html

Anonymous Anonymous said...
From 911 to Malaysian Airlines MH370 Mystery – The Hunt Continues

The 20 Freescale employees, among 239 people on flight MH370, were mostly engineers and other experts working to make the company’s chip facilities in Tianjin, China, and Kuala Lumpur more efficient, said Mitch Haws, vice president, global communications and investor relations.

“These were people with a lot of experience and technical background and they were very important people,” Haws said. “It’s definitely a loss for the company.”

In the 1960s, one of the U. S. space program‘s goals was to land a man on the moon and return him safely to Earth. In 1968, NASA began manned Apollo flights that led to the first lunar landing in July 1969. Apollo 11 was particularly significant for hundreds of employees involved in designing, testing and producing its electronics. A division of Motorola, which became Freescale Semiconductor, supplied thousands of semiconductor devices, ground-based tracking and checkout equipment, and 12 on-board tracking and communications units. An “up-data link” in the Apollo’s command module received signals from Earth to relay to other on-board systems. A transponder received and transmitted voice and television signals and scientific data.

In September 2006, Carlyle led a consortium, comprising Blackstone Group, Permira and TPG Capital, in the $17.6 billion takeover of Freescale Semiconductor. At the time of its announcement, Freescale would be the largest leveraged buyout of a technology company ever, surpassing the 2005 buyout of SunGard. The buyers were forced to pay an extra $800 million because KKR made a last minute bid as the original deal was about to be signed. Shortly after the deal closed in late 2006, cell phone sales at Motorola Corp., Freescale’s former corporate parent and a major customer, began dropping sharply. In addition, in the recession of 2008-2009, Freescale’s chip sales to automakers fell off, and the company came under great financial strain.

More here : http://greatgameindia.wordpress.com/2014/03/13/malaysian-airlines-mh370-mystery-hidden-in-plain-sight/
4:47 AM
Anonymous Anonymous said...
WSJ & ABC seem to be leading the US official offensive on what has happened to this plane, which does make one wonder if the US knows even more than what has been leaked to date.

when china backed russia over ukraine, we got the uighur knives' massacre, & now this missing plane of mostly chinese.

of course, there may be all sorts of innocent & not-so-innocent explanations which would not implicate the US & its allies.
5:54 AM




Anonymous Anonymous said...
Malaysian Airlines MH370 911 Connection

In 1985, the Margaret Thatcher led British government, signed a long-term agreement with the Saudi Arabian monarchy, under which the British arms cartel, BAE Systems, provided fighter jets and other military equipment and services, in return for vast quantities of Saudi oil. The barter agreement, known as “Al-Yamamah” (the Arabic word for “the dove”) has remained in force up to the present day.

Under Al-Yamamah, a tightly interlocking consortium of Anglo-Dutch and Anglo-American cartels—including BAE, BP, Royal Dutch Shell, Lazard Bank, HSBC (formerly the British East India Company’s Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation created through Rothschild’s Colonization of India forcibly growing Opium in India and selling it to China), and the Carlyle Group—has amassed an estimated $80-100 billion in off-budget, hidden funds, which have been utilized for covert operations and gun-running on a global scale—totally outside the jurisdiction and oversight of any government. This massive offshore fund is at the center of the power of the Anglo-Dutch financial oligarchy, which has promoted globalization and perpetual war for the last three decades and longer.

Under the Al-Yamamah agreements, which have been perpetuated by every British government, Saudi Arabia has provided 600,000 barrels of crude oil to BAE every day since September 1985.

Read full report here : http://greatgameindia.wordpress.com/2014/03/13/malaysian-airlines-mh370-mystery-hidden-in-plain-sight/

Anonymous reddpill.com said...
Regarding the missing Malaysian flight, are we seeing a sophisticated "pump and dump" scheme operating with Freescale Semiconductor Ltd? As huge debts hang over the company.

"Freescale, a chip company that was taken private in 2006 by a group of private investors that included Blackstone Group, Carlyle Group, Permira Advisers and TPG.".

In January 2013 the CFO retires. Feb 2013 they announce a public offering of common shares. A day later the stock increases 9.3% as it comes to the attention of the media calling it a "big mover".

"Freescale Semiconductor, Ltd. (FSL - Snapshot Report) was a big mover last session, as the company saw its shares rise by over 9% on the day. The move came on solid volume too with far more shares changing hands than in a normal session. This continues the recent uptrend of the company as the stock has now gained over 34% since Jan 24."

And then just one month later we have 20 of their employees on their way to China, just disappear. Who then owns the intellectual property of those employees patents? Would it setup an environment for a take over of the business, by the likes of Intel, due to it's financial problems it maybe be facing with debt, while allowing the original investors to profit and pull out.

https://www.google.com/finance?q=NYSE%3AFSL
3:31 AM
Anonymous reddpill.com said...
More evidence surfaces for a motive behind the missing Malaysian flight with 20 employees from Freescale Semiconductor Ltd. Follow the money...

"JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon delivered a confident message at the bank's global high-yield conference this week, telling attendees it would be no more cautious than any other Wall Street bank when it comes to lending,...with the bank's decision not to extend a revolving credit facility for Freescale Semiconductor earlier this month."

"Freescale, which was taken private by sponsors Blackstone, Carlyle, TPG and Permira in 2006 in one of the biggest leveraged buyouts of all time...Although the company listed five years later, its leverage remains high."

"Moody's latest report on Freescale, even after it pays down debt with proceeds of a recent share offering, adjusted debt to Ebitda will still remain in the low seven times range."

And with the recent skyrocketing of the share price with no real generating revenue to pay off the debt it seems this is purely a "Pump and Dump" of the share price to allow known criminal operations like The Carlyle Group to walk away "holding the bag".

http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/02/28/leveragedlending-freescale-idUSL6N0LX2TB20140228
3:32 AM

JP Morgan call on Freescale adds confusion

Fri Feb 28, 2014 1:47pm EST

NEW YORK, Feb 28 (IFR/RLPC) - JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon delivered a confident message at the bank's global high-yield conference this week, telling attendees it would be no more cautious than any other Wall Street bank when it comes to lending, according to investors present at the event.
But the bank's decision not to extend a revolving credit facility for Freescale Semiconductor earlier this month, a move confirmed by two market sources, appeared to send a very different message to the market.
It was deemed an unusual decision mainly because revolvers are usually private deals with relationship banks. By not extending the maturity of the revolver, JP Morgan passed up fees, which some bankers said did not make sense as it still had to honor the existing facility.
JP Morgan declined to comment.
The revolver got done - and at a larger size. Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Barclays and Morgan Stanley all committed to the deal, which was increased by up to USD50m to a total of up to USD450m.
The decision demonstrates how carefully banks are scrutinizing which loans, and how many, they will commit to - and there is clearly a ripple effect from the leveraged lending guidance issued about a year ago by regulators.
Some reckon JP Morgan made the correct bet on Freescale, which was taken private by sponsors Blackstone, Carlyle, TPG and Permira in 2006 in one of the biggest leveraged buyouts of all time.
Although the company listed five years later, its leverage remains high.
"You could say JP Morgan has been smart," said one senior banker at a rival bank. "Maybe it made a judgment and thought the company was not a big client, and therefore, not worth doing. The bank's the largest underwriter of leveraged loans in the market, so this is only natural."
Freescale and its private equity owners were either not immediately available or declined to comment.
SUBSTANDARD REPORT CARD
The rationale behind JP Morgan's decision, the sources said, was that the loan could have been considered "substandard" - one of the definitions that regulators have applied to "criticized" or "non-pass" loans under their guidelines.
Another category - "special mention" - is more common. Considered less risky, those loans are also less likely to rile regulators, bankers said.
"It's a bit like a report card. If you're going to have bad marks, you'd rather have more Bs than Cs," said the banker. "The Freescale revolver, a C grade, was substandard already."
A loan may be criticized if companies are not able to amortize or repay all of their senior debt from free cashflow or half of their total debt in five to seven years. Leverage levels exceeding six times debt to Ebitda after asset sales are also viewed as problematic.
According to Moody's latest report on Freescale, even after it pays down debt with proceeds of a recent share offering, adjusted debt to Ebitda will still remain in the low seven times range.
The guidelines aim to prevent a return to reckless underwriting practices, but until recently the market believed regulators would be more focused on new leveraged buyouts. In fact, the implications of the greater scrutiny are far wider than that.
"The guidance does capture refinancing, though not necessarily an amendment," said Tess Virmani, assistant general counsel at the Loan Syndications and Trading Association.
The Federal Reserve, the FDIC and the Office of the Comptroller were either not immediately available or declined to comment.
FRUSTRATION BUILDS
Even so, some argued JP Morgan was being too conservative, and said its decision was more about the bank wanting to be seen to be toeing the line, and a desire to keep out of the headlines after paying a USD13bn fine last year to settle multiple government claims over dealings in mortgage securities.
"When he was asked at the conference whether JP Morgan would react differently because of its recent issues, Dimon said he expected all banks to behave the same," said one investor who attended the leveraged finance gathering in Miami.
There is, nonetheless, growing annoyance among bankers who are convinced that regulators have not thought through the whole process.
"They have said that they don't want us to stop lending to companies that are in trouble and need financing. But there are lots of grey areas, and it's very frustrating," said the banker.
How this will all play out remains to be seen. The regulators publish report cards on banks' loans in what is known as a Shared National Credits Program to help communicate what are, and what are not, quality loans.
The SNC last year showed criticized and classified assets remained at elevated levels at 10% and 6.2% respectively in 2013. The volume of criticized assets increased 2.4% to USD302bn, but as a percentage of total commitments, the criticized asset rate fell from the year before.
One banker said it would be interesting to see the reaction to fines doled out if banks are too reckless. Others said that fines were unlikely.
"I don't think the punishment will be fines. There are lots of ways for regulators to turn up the heat. Just coming into the bank to meet the risk people, and telling them they are unhappy would be enough to get banks to stop," said a banker.
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