HOLLYWOOD, FL / ACCESSWIRE / November 12, 2015 / Aluf Holdings, Inc. (AHIX) today announced that it has reached a Joint Venture Agreement with Vanderbilt Bonds. Vanderbilt Bonds will provide up to $5 million USD in financing to acquire the Biometric IP assets which will be transferred into its new operating entity, Aluf Biometrics, Inc.
This joint venture agreement will enable Aluf Holdings to rapidly and aggressively expand its footprint in the Biometric space. Teresa McWilliams, CEO of Aluf Holdings stated, “This Joint Venture with Vanderbilt comes at an exciting time for the company. This financing is key to finalizing the Biometric acquisition and will allow us to become a major player in the Biometric industry.”
Market research company 6Wresearch recently released a new report on the biometrics market and believe that the global market will reach a value of $21.9 billion by 2020.
About Vanderbilt Bonds:
Vanderbilt Bonds employs a closed end fund strategy that caters to high net worth/accredited investors and institutional clients. Approximately 80% of sales come from banks, pension funds, trust funds and mutual funds. Hedge funds have the advantage of making money in any type of economy by keeping their operating costs static while enjoying unlimited revenue in an up or down market. Vanderbilt Bonds will return 9% by investing in corporate bonds and sovereign debt along with a call/put strategy.
About Aluf Holdings:
Aluf Holdings, Inc. (AHIX) is a holding company headquartered in Hollywood, FL, engaged in acquiring, operating and managing subsidiary companies in the development and sale of proprietary software. The goal of AHIX is to strategically acquire profitable businesses with strong growth potential and a solid business plan in the software and technology industries. For information, visit www.alufinc.com.
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Aluf Holdings, Inc.
Teresa McWilliams, CEO
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