Capital for the Common Good
New Global Securities (NGS) is dedicated to mobilizing and deploying capital for the common good – with a focus on international private-public financing of important infrastructure projects with the commercial inspiration of a patented financial instrument invented by a Japanese businessman.
To learn more about NGS, its pilot project and global potential, watch the videos below - about a long awaited, much needed Interstate highway extension in America and an imagined, high-speed rail network in the Middle East.
New Global Securities Inc. (“NGS”), is a developmental stage entity whose purpose through various affiliates is to allow access to a globalized funding mechanism, with an onshore domestic entity offering funding using securities properly registered under the Federal Securities Laws, while simultaneously offering sister securities offshore for investment in the same projects.
Founder and CEO
Michihiro Sato is a founder and CEO of New Global Securities. He received his patents in 2009 and 2013, which are the core of the NGS, for the invention of a fixed rate financing instrument offering a dividend or partially guaranteed by third party to issuance.
He is also an owner of Homan Enterprise Co. Ltd., which provides corporate advisory services on the planning of various financial and policy projects. He has over 30 years of experience in environment and climate-related projects, including the proposal of the emissions trading scheme adopted by the Kyoto Protocol and the Eminent Persons' meeting on Financing Global Environment and Development in Tokyo as well as the establishment of the Earth Water, and Green Foundation. He also has expertise in the finance sector. Most notably, he successfully saved the Japan Agricultural Cooperatives from bankruptcy during the Housing Loan Corporation Crisis.
Michihiro served as a visiting research fellow at the Organization for Regional and Inter-regional Studies, Asian Research Unit at Waseda University from 2006 to 2016. He initiated his career as a broadcasting crew and then a marketing manager for Tokyo Broadcasting System from 1984 to 1994.
Jonathan Braun is a veteran public relations and corporate communications consultant with both private and public company senior management and board experience and special expertise in traditional and new media, alternative and conventional energy, natural resources exploration and rural economic development. He is currently deeply engaged in the research and development of sustainable woody biomass-based fuels and chemicals.
A former full-time professional journalist, his editorial experience includes writing and reporting for Parade Magazine and other national and local publications and producing pioneering digital news and entertainment content for distribution by Microsoft, Time Warner and other large technology and media companies.
Jonathan has a MS degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and a BA degree from The City College of New York, where he majored in Political Science and graduated Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa.
Currently Senior Partner, National Consulting Group and Member Aether Spectrum LLC. J. L. was appointed Special Assistant Deputy Under Secretary of Agriculture for Congressional Relations in 1972 during the Nixon administration. After that assignment and prior to his current positions, he successively served as President of J. L. Minton & Associates Governmental Relations & Management, Washington, DC; Manager, M.A.S., Deloitte-Touche, Washington, DC; President, Bankers Leasing Corporation, Knoxville; President, Political Division, Gillis Townsend Advertising, Birmingham; President, Washington Political Group, Knoxville; and President and COO, Southern Freight Railroad, Oak Ridge. He served as a member of the U.S. Army Reserves from 1966 to 1976. He has served on the boards of the Hellen Keller Foundation, East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, International Children’s Heart Foundation and Cross Ministries.
Martin H. Kaplan
Martin H. Kaplan is recognized as one of the premier white collar and regulatory attorneys in the United States. Marty is the Managing Partner of Gusrae Kaplan Nusbaum, a firm he co-founded in 1975. Marty brings to clients nearly four decades of experience litigating highly sophisticated matters before state and federal courts, administrative forums, regulatory bodies and in mediation and arbitration settings. Much of Marty’s practice involves investigations and complex enforcement proceedings before the United States Attorney’s Office, SEC, CFTC, various exchanges and FINRA, offices with which he has an established reputation and substantial and regular contact.
Marty has been peer-rated, as determined by the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell directory, as AV Preeminent, the highest rating. For more information about Martin and the firm, please visit www.GusraeKaplan.com
Mr. Fujii joined ONDA TECHNO in 2014 after working for a mid-sized patent firm for more than 15 years. He was also active as a part-time teacher about intellectual property at a graduate college. He is a graduate of Nihon University (B.A. Political Science and Economics) and of Tokyo University of Science (B.S. Electrical Engineering). His experience includes extensive domestic and foreign application preparation in mechanical and electrical fields. He also has experiences in various intellectual property fields, trademarks, unfair completion cases, copyrights and infringement proceedings.
Florin Vasile Deleanu, Ph.D.
Dr. Deleanu is an internationally renowned academic authority on Buddhist studies and the history of ideas and philology in India, China, Japan, and Tibet. He is Professor of Buddhist studies and Executive Trustee of the International College for Postgraduate Buddhist Studies (Tokyo, Japan), Editor-in-Chief of the College’s Journal, and Editor-in-Chief of the Sengokuyama Journal of Buddhist Studies. He has been a Visiting Professor at the University of Hamburg, Germany, at Oxford University, and at Stanford University. Dr. Deleanu completed his doctoral course in Oriental Philosophy at Waseda University’s Postgraduate School of Literature. He has a Ph.D. in Indology from the Department of Indian and Tibetan Culture and History at the Institute of Asian and African Studies at the University of Hamburg; a MA degree in Philology (Chinese Literature and English Literature) from the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures at the University of Bucharest, and a MA in Oriental Philosophy from Waseda University’s Postgraduate School of Literature.
A fixed rate financing instrument issued by a corporation, government, or other organization which pays a fixed interest rate and/or dividend as secured by an issuing entity’s promise to pay and partially guaranteed by a third party to issuance. An operation financing system for public-offering the fixed rate financing instrument on-line directly by the issuing entity or for public-offering the fixed rate financing instrument through a direct purchase plan by the issuing entity. A method for forming a new market includes preparing the fixed rate financing instrument, public-offering the fixed rate financing instrument, delivering to a potential purchaser the financial disclosure as required by law, requesting the potential purchaser to acknowledge receipt and review of the financial disclosure as required by law, and confirming acknowledgement of the financial disclosure from the potential purchaser; and processing a requested transaction by retrieving information via a network to a server.
A fixed rate financing instrument issued by a corporation, government, or other organization which pays a fixed interest rate and/or dividend as secured by an issuing entity's promise to pay and partially guaranteed by a third party to issuance. An
operation financing system for public-offering the fixed rate financing instrument on-line directly by the issuing entity or for public-offering the fixed rate financing instrument through a direct purchase plan by the issuing entity. A method for forming a new market includes preparing the fixed rate financing instrument, public-offering the fixed rate financing instrument, delivering to a potential purchaser the financial disclosure as required by law, requesting the potential purchaser to acknowledge receipt and review of the financial disclosure as required by law, and confirming acknowledgement of the financial disclosure from the potential purchaser; and processing a requested transaction by retrieving information via a network to a server.