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"ZIM Base Rate and More" - Guest Post by Bob T

Entry Submitted by Bob T at 10:03 AM EST on November 21, 2016

Thanks Veritas for your initial answer on this subject.

Veritas, your thoughts on the following analysis!

In order to make an intelligent decision on whether to take the base rate as all cash and no NDA verses taking the structured payout with limited NDA with no claw back, here is maybe a more realistic analysis approach.

1. We would have to carefully read the limited NDA to make sure it has limited provisions and no claw back.

2. We would have to ask how many years the structured payout would run.

3. We would ask to be shown the base rate on the bank screen.

4. We would ask what is the highest rate that can be offered if we agree to a structured payout with a limited NDA

OK lets make some assumptions using hypothetical ZIM rates and do the mathematics:

a) Assume the bank screen base rate is $1

b) Assume that we can ask and get $10 for the structured rate. Here I am assuming that we would get a reasonable increase over the base rate for the structured rate, if they expect us to sign a limited NDA. There has to be a win-win here as we are not stupid.

c) Lets assume that the structured payout period is 5 years seniors (maybe longer for younger folks).

d) Assume a 20%/80% personal/projects split

e) Assume we have one 100T ZIM note

Here are our options from a mathematical viewpoint ---

Option #1. Take the base rate all cash no NDA

100T x $1 = 100T personal cash, no bank limitations and personal privacy

Option #2. Take the $10 rate and structured payout over 5 years.

100T x $10 = 1000T total

Personal cash 20% x 1000T = 200T

Project funds 80% x 1000T = 800T

Five year payout 800T/5 yrs = 160T per year for project funding.

So if these assumptions are anywhere near reality then what is the best option. To me it would appear that the choice would be decided by how much project funding a person wants to handle and live with the NDA.

As a side note, as has been said many times, even if we take the all cash base rate option, for our own protection we would be advised to do our work anonymously just like if we signed an NDA.

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