Global Reserve and Finance Limited Grants Access to Smaller Depositors

Auckland, New Zealand (PressExposure) June 16, 2009 -- Many people imagine that offshore banking caters exclusively to the ultra-wealthy or multinational corporations, because of an erroneous assumption that these banks are only interested in mega-deposits or transactions. With the ever-increasing use of technology to deposit, handle, transact and invest money; most simple bank transactions are simply a mouse-click away. And with the increased acceptance of debit and bank-backed charge cards, offshore banking account funds are available at literally tens of thousands of ATM points worldwide.

“For as little as $1,000 USD, a depositor can enter the offshore world, without buying a plane ticket or even leaving the country,” states a representative from Global Reserve and Finance Limited. “We offer a multitude of services in the area of international financial planning, and encourage people to broaden their horizons, diversify their holdings, and protect their domestic assets. Our CD’s are a great way to get your toe wet, if you are contemplating going offshore and looking for competitive rates.”

About Global Reserve and Finance: Global Reserve and Finance Ltd. is headquartered and incorporated under the laws of New Zealand. In accordance, Global Reserve and Finance must comply with the Companies Act 1933, the Fair Trading Act 1986, the Financial Reporting Act 1993, as well as other consumer protection legislation. The company offers CD’s, savings accounts, commercial lending, estate planning, and access to hedge fund and trading platform services. To learn more about GRF visit their website [http://www.globalreserve.co.nz].

About Global Reserve and Finance Ltd

Global Reserve and Finance is an off-shore New Zealand company that can function like a bank taking deposits and making prudent investments.

Press Release Source: http://PressExposure.com/PR/Global_Reserve_and_Finance_Ltd.html

Press Release Submitted On: June 16, 2009 at 12:15 am
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