Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 29, 2004
WFNN's consistently outperforms established industry benchmark indicators. Based on in-depth research and analysis, their analysts recommend securities worldwide showing the highest probability for stock price appreciation.
Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp, WFNN's Chief Independent Analyst, said, "We see the increase in activity with this infusion of fresh capital. With the venture markets looking for new firms, ISAT stands to profit on the merger hunt to acquire companies at great discount in these markets. We see their credit operations growing with the expansion of credit and defaults from the rapid expansion by borrowers in the USA. Both aspect of the company mean greater share price and profits. Together these companies have accumulated distressed portfolio assets value at more than $300 million dollars that initially cost the companies $11 million dollars. We see the stock moving up with increased volume to $5.00 per share and showing a negative five cents for 2004."
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The companies acquired by ISAT represent a wide spectrum of expertise, including: HAMI is focused on collections of present portfolios; MAMI was established to continue private investment and portfolio acquisitions; URI is a licensed in-house collection agency that was created to collect on future debt purchases; and CAMI was incorporated to continue the acquisition and collections process. As an extension of the aforementioned companies, FAFFS is a development-stage company that was created to offer banking products both to these companies' investors and debtors. Together, these newly acquired companies provide ISAT with a knowledge base in buying, selling and collecting several type of delinquent and defaulted debt. In addition to the proprietary in-house collections division and the outsourcing of debt, these companies have a new third party collections division in addition to collecting its own purchased debt.
Bernard L. Brodkorb, CEO
ISAT -- ISA Internationale
2560 Rice St.
St. Paul, MN 55113
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