Chesterfield & Baggins



London, United Kingdom

This is an assets management company born from the relocation and merger of two other European companies. Based on present market conditions and prevailing banking secrecy rules, they decided to locate in the UK to service their non UK clients. Backed by their assets they issue their corporate guarantees in order to secure their client's projects. From startups to established ventures, as long as they can understand the business and see its potential, they will cause to be issued their guarantee securing clients` investors and or lenders subject to fulfillment of their terms and conditions. Upon request, said guarantee can be in the form of: A surety bond A guarantee bond An insured debenture A letter of credit A performance bond A construction bond A minimum value guaranteed bond A minimum value guaranteed share Others.


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