Leading article

Have David Cameron’s Etonians just given up on state school reform?

Demoting Michael Gove meant putting party before pupils.

19 July 2014

9:00 AM

19 July 2014

9:00 AM

During his time as Education Secretary, Michael Gove would often have occasion to quote a passage of Machiavelli: ‘There is nothing more difficult, more doubtful of success or more dangerous than to initiate a new order of things. For the reformer has enemies in all those who profit by the old order, and only lukewarm defenders in all those who would profit by the new order.’

In the end, it seems, Gove’s enemies triumphed. They shouted more loudly than those who benefited from the new schools, and persuaded the Prime Minister that his Education Secretary was losing an argument — so he should walk the plank. The teachers’ unions succeeded in posing as the voice of teachers, even though only a fraction of teachers voted for the strikes earlier this month. Opinion polls that sample the views of non-parents were another factor in Gove’s removal. As was the hostility of Nick Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister.

It was never a fair fight because those who stand to benefit from Gove’s reforms are those with the least voice in society. His vision was truly a radical one — that the poor should have the same choice in education that today only the rich can afford. The free schools he introduced were most needed in council estates where sink schools were the norm. Gove was never going for an easy political hit; his was a long-term battle to improve the life chances of the poorest. But the poor tend not to interest political strategists, because they tend not to vote.

Gove had been planning school reform years before he took the job. Still, he perhaps underestimated how noisy his detractors could be and the extent to which their opposition could affect the Prime Minister. After his departure, Downing Street briefed journalists that he was moved because he was ‘losing the argument’. It’s a curious excuse: voters asked if they like academies and free schools may be sceptical as only a few have experience of them. But ask parents who live in poor areas if they should have a new school, and a majority will say yes.


It’s odd: David Cameron is famously paranoid about his Eton education, and his dependence on people like him who went to the same school. Michael Gove was quite right when he said it was ‘preposterous’ that so many alumni from a single school should be in No10. Cameron never forgave him for pointing this out, but Gove was passing comment on the English education system. It insists on rigour for those at the best private schools, but less is expected from state school pupils – leading to a yawning attainment gap between the two systems. So the best-educated go on to achieve the most.

The Prime Minister and his coterie embody the problem. Gove was out to fix it, fighting a battle on behalf of the state school pupils  -a battle that even Thatcher shied away from. Cameron has now decided that he’d rather this battle was not fought. His decision to abandon from this battle and move Gove to become Chief Whip puts party before pupils. It raises new questions over his own commitment to the social justice agenda. And as our political editor James Forsyth says in the above video, it makes sure more Etonians will dominate public life in years to come.

If the Prime Minister was particularly interested in the education of the less privileged, he might even have fought the next election on the fact that tougher curriculums mean that more pupils are learning rigorous disciplines such as science and languages, and fewer are sitting exams in pretend subjects such as media studies. Just one in eight teachers supported the recent strikes, showing that Mr Cameron was not only winning the argument but was on the cusp of a fundamental transformation in English state education. It would be a shame if a few badly worded opinion polls blinded him to that fact.

It’s naive to think that, having been given Gove’s scalp, the teaching unions will now fall silent. They have learned that the government will, after all, fold under pressure — if they only complain enough. The NUT released a poster this week telling its members, quite correctly, that ‘your pressure has had an impact’. They will now set about Gove’s successor, Nicky Morgan, and can remind her what happens to education secretaries who annoy the teachers’ unions — or, as they put it, are not ‘respected by the profession’. They will demand concession after concession, in all kinds of areas where Gove — on behalf of parents and pupils — had given no ground. This summer, for example, we can expect a fair bit of turbulence around exam results, which are being improved and reformed. Will Ms Morgan wobble? Her next test will be protecting the freedoms granted to schools by this government. The majority of English state secondaries have now become academies (again, a sign of Gove having won the argument). It is vital that these freedoms are protected, and that councils are not given any form of control — or ‘oversight’, to adopt Labour’s euphemism. This is a massive vote of confidence in teachers, and it ought not to be revoked.

The final test for the new Education Secretary is the expansion of free schools. Morgan’s department has the power to veto new schools, and the Liberal Democrats have long been keen to strangle more of them at birth. It is vital that Ms Morgan makes sure that the approval process remains part of her remit, with a bias towards approving new schools if enough parents want them. There are almost 200 open now, and there should be more than 300 by the election. This includes schools that plan to compete with unpopular schools (that is to say, that open in areas where bad schools have ‘surplus places’).

It is a great error to think that the genie of education reform has been yanked out of the bottle, and that Gove’s reforms will somehow be self-perpetuating. Labour snuffed out the direct-grant schools set up by the last Tory government. School freedom and parent power could be extinguished very quickly. A new Education Secretary now finds herself facing emboldened unions, and a Prime Minister in no mood for confrontation. For those who believe that the poor should have the same quality of education as the rich, these are worrying times.

Got something to add? Join the discussion and comment below.

You might disagree with half of it, but you’ll enjoy reading all of it. Try your first 10 weeks for just $10


Show comments
  • James Michie

    Perhaps the government could have invested money in helping and improving these ‘sink’ schools that you speak of, rather than allowing alternative schools to be opened. Free schools don’t address the real problems, they just allow, those fortunate enough to get their children admitted to them, to ignore them. Here’s an even grander thought, what if the government had invested time and money in helping to improve the communities in which these ‘sink’ schools serve?

    Secondly, there was plenty of rigour in the system before Gove got his hands on it. Both exams and the curriculum were challenging. Why is it never considered that perhaps the quality of teaching and learning is actually improving. Moving the goal posts is just a form of elitism. We can’t possibly have too many regular people doing so well, they might actually get important jobs that should be there for the well-to-do.

    And finally, Media Studies (and other subjects that I can imagine are on your list) is not a pretend subject. Please come and visit me at my school (The Chalfonts Community College in Buckinghamshire). I would gladly welcome you to join in with my A2 Media Studies class as we critically debate postmodernism,.

    • Flintshire Ian

      A2 Media Studies isn’t going to help your students to get a decent job in an era where literacy is important but numeracy is critical. Nor will “critical thinking” or any of the other rubbish offered as alternatives to more demanding subjects.

      • Literacy is more critical now than ever in an era where the media pervades almost every aspect of our lives. We need to help each generation see through the rhetorical mist that permeates every corner of the internet.

        And you would be happy if our next generation of leaders can manage their bank accounts effectively but not be able to critically analyse the important issues they’re charged with addressing?

        • Fraser Nelson

          James, as an employer in the media industry I can tell you I’ve never hired anyone with a media studies degree and don’t know anyone who has. Every journalist I know is aghast at the idea of someone studying this as a first degree (as opposed to a postgrad).

          Young people need jobs – and skills that’ll help them find and keep jobs. Teach them well, and they’ll be able to ‘see through the rhetorical mist’ just fine. Reading the papers and watching the tele is not an academic subject.

          • As a Sixth Form tutor I encourage my tutees to select a balanced set of A-Level subjects. Moreover, I encourage those that have aspirations of attending university to select English and Maths or the Sciences for that matter – should they be that way inclined. However, I also remind them that they need to select subjects that they have a genuine interest in.

            What’s more they are not all going to go to university. Some are going to head straight into industry. The practical skills we develop in our students are industry standard and many of my ex-students are working in design, production and editing as well as journalism having completed A-Levels in Media and Art. There are many paths. Moreover, the web and media-based arts are growth industries.

            And seriously, if you think ‘reading the papers and watching the tele’ is what we do then you are sorely mistaken. In the OCR A2 Media course, the exam unit requires a very limited amount of ‘watching’. The majority of my lessons are spent debating the arguments of respected academic such as Jean Baudrillard, David Buckingham and Nathan Jurgenson.

            However, we could clearly be at this all day. Let’s just say that I believe in a varied curriculum that helps all learners continue to learn and grow so that they can make their way in the world, whatever path they choose.

          • GraveDave

            A tick for your perseverance, good sir.

          • James Wilding

            Too right.

          • Fergus Pickering

            Good Heavens. Are you te real James Michie come back to earth?

          • Kitty MLB

            Why are there more then one? And are they
            unreal? You clearly know of him Fergus and
            he’s somewhat furry isn’t he looks somewhat
            like a woodland creature.

          • Fergus Pickering

            James Michie is a dead poet. Google ‘Arizona Nature Myth’ and you will see what a good poet he was. Also one for the ladies, or so I have been told.

          • If you meant “am I for real” then yes I certainly am… and well grounded too.

            If you meant “am I the real James Michie” then yes… just not the dead poet but the educator… see my blog here: http://jamesmichie.com/blog

          • Fergus Pickering

            Good one you, chap. Here’s to the both of you.

          • GraveDave

            You say ‘tele’, I say telly.

          • kentgeordie

            Tele is belittling. You should say tv, as in TV Times.

          • kentgeordie

            Tele is belittling. You should say tv, as in TV Times.

          • telemachus

            Is that intellectual elitism?

          • Freedom

            Fraser Nelson: the handsomest man in publishing. You’d make a lovely Brooks Brothers model but it would, of course, be a sad waste of talent. (Wicked cackle)

        • Roger Hudson

          Evaluate the relative importance of Media Studies and Physics in relation to climate change, 30 minutes, use no more than 2 sides of paper.

        • Flintshire Ian

          I passed O Level maths at C grade in 1976, along with better grades in English and other humanities subjects and took a modern languages degree because that is what I was good at and what I enjoyed. I have had a successful (and ongoing) working life but it’s a different world for today’s youth, never mind tomorrow’s.

          Numeracy isn’t about managing your bank account effectively, but about having the skills to access and keep high technology jobs where understanding your algorithm from your ar@ole is essential. Our country’s prosperity depends on training enough skillled technologists and scientists unless we want our young people to have a future limited to assembling parts for the Chinese and Indians – and that will not pay the welfare bills.

          • James Wilding

            So few adult males are entering University to study Languages, that’s a guaranteed route to serve oneself and ones country well.

      • James Wilding

        What an extraordinarily ignorant statement. The vcast majority of our A level students of Media Studies go on to University and successful employment. The subject opens up their understanding of the current communication landscape and empowers them as writers.

        • Daniel, Oxford

          Really? Which Universities and to read what? I assume you don’t mean to read Medicine, Law, Maths, Economics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English, History, Modern Languages, Engineering or Computer Science and that they don’t go to Oxford, Cambridge, Bristol, Durham, Manchester, Nottingham, Exeter, Goldsmiths, UCL, King’s College, Liverpool or Edinburgh. Just guessing, I may be wrong…..

          • James Wilding

            Edinburgh, Sheffield, Bristol – big list of great Universities to follow. You see Russell Group et Al don’t dismiss one of the ‘softer’ subject because of course you can’t run a great Art or Architecture department without a soft subject in the A level bag, to demonstrate your creative abilities. For the past 10 years, the explosion in successful film and television production has nourished our country far more than expected. Our school? 2 Oscars, 2 Baftas and this year’s Cannes festival best foreign film. By the way, you probably didn’t mean to list Goldsmiths…

          • Well said James…

            And I’ll add to the list from my own school.. Warwick, Nottingham, Manchester, Salford, Sheffield, Bristol… I could go on. 🙂

    • John Lea

      Totally agree. Everyone knows that we have one of the most rigorous educational systems in the world, while the quality of teaching and learning has increased dramatically over the years. That’s why we have a record number of young people leaving school without basic literacy and numeracy skills. We all know that the Germans, French, Dutch, Norwegians, Chinese, Japanese (etc etc) look on our education system with envy.

    • davidofkent

      I doubt that many employers will initiate a discussion on postmodernism during a job interview. They might want to know that the candidate can write sensible English and that his/her qualifications are relevant. I’m sure that Media Studies are relevant to future BBC executives and TV journalists, but not a lot of help to an engineer. Your first paragraph indicates clearly your politics and is the usual guff offered by people with education but little real understanding.

      • Is it necessary to be rude and try to belittle someone by commenting on their understanding? You don’t even know me or the position from which I am commenting.

        My point was that the skills that are developed in Media Studies, like English and History are important to being able to navigate the world of work. Too many people discuss Media Studies with no real understanding of what the course entails or requires students to do. Both English and Media help students to develop the ability to break a text down critically in order to get at the intended ideological messages. This is important if young people are going to grow up into independent thinkers rather than mindless drones.

        Moreover, I find your view to be quite narrow. Surely, you don’t believe that specific qualifications only leads to a certain set of potential careers? An A-Level in Media can lead to a plethora of different career paths: design, marketing, journalism, animation, film-making, teaching… it’s a long list. Moreover, employers from all industries are crying out for employees with these skills in a global ‘online’ world.

        What’s more, who are we to decide for future generations what disciplines they should value? Young people should be encouraged to pursue their interests; many of which are driven by growth industries in the first place.

        • sameerakhan

          “Is it necessary to be rude and try to belittle someone by commenting on their understanding?”

          Are you new to the world of commenting-on-blogs? To answer your question, yes it is necessary to do so when you wish to dismiss someone’s opinion outright based on your prejudices or your black/white (left/right) way of seeing the world.

          While I don’t entirely agree with the opinions you have expressed, I commend the maturity and patience that you show by replying to davidofkent in a measured manner, talking as people do when not hiding behind the cloak of anonymity.

          Keep up the good work.

          • Thanks for the kind words. I am not at all new to this. I have been a teacher since 2003 and have been writing and publishing my own blog since 2010.

            I was not surprised by the dismissive nature of the response. I simply chose to respond rhetorically in the hope that it might at least make them think for a change.

    • commenteer

      I gave my son a total of nine days’ tuition for his politics A2 exams (pen and ink). He got an A despite being, frankly, pretty well totally ignorant about politics.
      Challenging? Don’t make me laugh.

    • grammarschoolman

      Rigour before Gove? Don’t make me laugh. Just compare exam papers from this decade with those of the 1970s. Just talk to university teachers who have to waste their time filling in basic knowledge that students would previously have been taught in junior school but have never been near. Just find out how many pupils have been actually had to read an entire book (which is not either a children’s book or ‘Of Mice and Men’).

      ‘Why is it never considered that perhaps the quality of teaching and learning is actually improving.’

      Because it wasn’t, because state school teachers are by and large ignorant and complacent – I’ve met enough in my career to know that from first principles, and spent long enough sorting out the education of children who have been taught nothing – NOTHING – by their state schools. If you really believe this nonsense, you try talking to the immigrant parents I’ve dealt with – from Asia, Africa, the Middle East – who I’ve seen in tears saying: ‘We came to England because we thought you had the best education in the world, so why do they not teach anything to my child? Why is she just messing around and playing about in class all day? Why did she learn so much more in our shanty-town school in Lahore/Abuja/Damascus than she does in this shiny new one in London? Why is the school just a hollow shell which pretends to be a school but teaches nothing?’

      Gove fought for the regular people, he fought for those immigrants and for every other child to learn things, to gain the knowledge that they are entitled to, not to be fobbed off with useless exams and useless qualifications, and find themselves being beaten to every job by the kids from the private schools who have actually learned things and have actually had teachers who cared about knowledge and about passing on knowledge. You and your henchmen have destroyed that project. I hope you’re proud of yourselves. It’s your own pupils you have betrayed.

      • Thanks for this… I’m really grateful to have been corrected by someone who isn’t even willing to use their actual name. I’m also grateful to have been compared to some sort of super-villain whose ‘henchmen’ have helped him ruin the lives of thousands of children. And I am most grateful for the way that you have sought to belittle me and the work that I have been doing over the last ten years.

        Not that I think this will make any difference to someone such as yourself but in my department we encourage all students to read for pleasure; we ensure that they study a whole novel every year and a whole play. What’s more at GCSE they study more than one and this includes Shakespeare and Golding. At A-Level they have to read Dickens, the Brontes, Ibsen, Chaucer… the list is a very very long one. And none of this is new, it has been that way since I got there, which was long before Mr. Gove got his grubby mitts on things.

        Moreover, many of those pupils you say I have ‘betrayed’ will go on to do wonderful amazing things. I know this because they always have. Like the student I taught who now works for a major fashion magazine; or the one who works as an ad executive; or the one who is studying towards their PHD in communications; or the one who is studying towards a PHD in Astrophysics; or the many that I have inspired to become teachers in their own right; or the one who I first taught in Year 10 Set 4. He had little confidence and was stunted by his dyslexia. By supporting him, working with him on a regular basis, he got past these issues, achieved A grades at GCSE, A* grades at A-Level and is now studying English at Warwick University.

        So, yes I am proud of what I have done and if I should continue to go on ruining the lives of pupils then so be it!

  • Peter Stroud

    Cameron has, once again, displayed his poor judgement – in demoting Gove; and, incidentally, sacking Paterson. Gove has been sacrificed, it can be claimed, to appease the extreme left in the NUT. Just how this will go down with staff in the Academies, or parents who have started free schools, remains to be seen. Paterson clearly has been kicked out to pacify the greenie warmists. Then, what can we expect from a PR man?

  • sameerakhan

    Much as I hate saying this, I think the article is a bit unfair on the slimy Cameron.

    As the Ipsos-Mori poll shows, Gove is both widely known and deeply unliked by a majority of the public, with just 22% liking him and 54% disliking him. The popularity of his policies (I admit to be a supporter) on education are not very different, liked by 25 per cent but disliked by 51 per cent.

    Given that is the case, I don’t think Cameron had any option but to sack Gove and put him someplace where he can’t turn off the public any more.

    I’m pretty sure he’ll get back in the cabinet in the unlikely event of a Tory majority in 2015. If a Con-Lib coalition happens, it’s hard to see him being given a post of any importance.

    Support the only party that promises to bring back grammar schools, vote UKIP.

    • perdix

      After GE2015 ukip will have no power to do anything.

      • sameerakhan

        UKIP denying focus-groupie Cameron his first ever electoral majority will hopefully put the Tory party on the path to dumping Cameron and going back to real conservatism.

  • rtj1211

    Machiavelli’s quote should be thought about as a learning tool for children.

    The subject up for discussion is this: ‘how fast can you get things to change?’

    It offers a wonderfully broad canvas, since this depends on what the problem is, how desperate the people are for change, why that might be, how organised they are, how well they understand their adversaries etc etc.

    It shows pupils that, under dictatorship, change can happen most quickly or it can be completely stifled. It happens, in fact, at the pace that the dictator deems it appropriate. This includes colonies of empires, governmental or economic.

    Under oligarchy or the like, it may take a little longer or it might happen a bit quicker than under tyranny, since you don’t have to convince too many people to enact change.

    When you get to democracy, the question arises as to how easy change is at all. Many people have to be convinced, after all.

    But perhaps the most important question is this: ‘what kind of change are you trying to enact? Change for everyone, or change which adds to what is already present?’

    The easiest change, after all, is starting something new without actively doing anything to what is already there. This change starts small and may take a couple of generations to change everything. It might take 5 years, if everyone things a mobile phone is essential, after all. Mobiles don’t stop you using a land line, they just offer you something a land line can’t.

    The question Gove, Young et al need to ask themselves is why they can’t keep the old system for those that like it but introduce alternatives for those who don’t? If parents choose the new schools over the old, the old will become uneconomic, good teachers will leave them and they either merge with similar schools to adapt supply to demand or they close down.

    As for ‘giving up on reform’, one of the lessons of life is that, at each stage of evolution of a particular enterprise, you may need different leadership. The best entrepreneurs know when to get out of their business, handing it on to safer pairs of hands before going and setting something new up. They are often abrasive dictators, after all, less skilled in conciliatory team building, which is more necessary as organisations grow. Their success was in establishing a new offering in a market place, proving that people wanted it. It may not be in honing the products over time to evolve as demand evolves. Nothing so new about that, after all. Novelty junkies should be serial entrepreneurs not mid-CAP CEOs, after all.

    My take on Michael Gove is that he is a paradigm shifter, a rottweiler (because you have to be to shift paradigms) and an iconoclast.

    Maybe he and Toby Young need replacing by controlled innovators to carry on the reform through the next phase of roll-out, as the ecosystem becomes more complex and comfort in managing a supermarket rather than a corner shop becomes the order of the day??

    • BigCheddar

      rtj2011, Excellent addition to the debate, thank you. So Gove is like Wyatt Earp, voted out by the townspeople after he had cleaned up Dodge. But has he routed out the enemy or are they still there, healing their wounds and getting ready to fight on?

    • Fergus Pickering

      What on earth is a controlled innovator. Someone who is controlled cannot innovate. Only the controller can innovate. An old school teacher of mine said that Bismarck thought and said that ‘the state is God walking on earth’. I think you are of that opinion. I am not. I think the state inherently vicious.

  • perdix

    Lazy journalist trying to think up something to write about.

  • JabbaTheCat

    Otoh, this could just be an intermission that neatly spikes the teaching unions, with education reforms to carry on full steam after the election…

    • Fergus Pickering

      That’s what I think. And I think Cameron WILL win in 2015. The other leaders are a joke. Not the great Nigel of course. Vote UKIP.

      • girondas2

        “That’s what I think”
        And you both might be right, but the problem with the kind of smart trickery that you are attributing to Cameron is that if he doesn’t win the next election then educational reform will be off the agenda for a generation. Do things while you can. As the saying goes “Life is not a rehearsal”.

        • Fergus Pickering

          It doesn’t mater what they do in the next year. Labour can, and will, reverse it all if they get office. So they had better not get office. I think Michael Gove4 understands this . It’s a shame you and many of his supporters do not.

          • girondas2

            Maybe. Surely the point of reform is to push it so far – facts on the ground – that it cannot realistically be reversed?.I am not violently disagreeing with you I am just wondering whether they are being too clever by half.

          • Kitty MLB

            Fergus, by sacking one of his most dynamic
            and capable ministers, someone who was shaping up to be one of the very few who could
            leave a legacy for all children in this country,
            Cameron has shown himself to be a coward.
            There will be no further much needed ferorms
            Cameron has washed his hands of Gove and
            has allowed the Leftie establishment to win.
            Nicky Morgan will always be a poor second
            she doesn’t have Gove zeal and will never
            be able to deal with the NUT.

  • kentgeordie

    Gove is my hero and I am distraught at his departure. Nobody in my lifetime (b.1950) has done more for the common good than Michael Gove.

  • kentgeordie

    Gove is my hero and I am distraught at his departure. Nobody in my lifetime (b.1950) has done more for the common good than Michael Gove.

  • global city
  • Arvin Baileigh

    We offer fresh cut bank instrument for lease/sale, such as BG, SBLC, MTN, Bank Bonds, Bank Draft, T strips and other. Leased Instruments can be obtained at minimal expense to the borrower compared to other banking options and we also discount/monetize BG’s.

    This offer is open to both individuals and corporate bodies.

    If in need of our services, contact me for detail information.

    Thank you,

    Mr.Arvin Baileigh .

    email us :arvinbaileigh23@gmail.com

  • Terry Field

    The NHS and the English state educaion system are entirely unreformalbe – they are religious ikons – theatres of the absurd, but loved by the terminally parochial and the stupid who know nothing of the world.

  • Mr. Kianersi

    Dear Sir/Ma Good Day, My name is Mr. Ezzatollah Kianersi, I would like to let you know that we provide Financial Instrument (BG/SBLC) Convert Into Funds Through Your Bank or Secure Your Loan With BG/SBLC As Collateral through your Banks as well okay. This is the details you will need below:

    Offers Of BG/SBLC and Non Recourse Loan.

    We are currently offering a on Non-Recourse Loan against Bank instruments with our Monetization Program, which means you don’t have to return back the loan. Yes with our Monetization program, We will provide you with a Loan of 65% LTV, whereas If you provide Bank Guarantee /Standby Letter of Credit Value $100M,we will provide you with a Non-recourse Loan for $65M USD cash (65%LTV) of the value of the Bank Guarantee. But if you do not have a Bank Guarantee, that is certainly not a problem as we have a BG provider to issue the BG on your behalf and we will Monetize the BG in your favour and fund you with 65% of the value of the BG. The most interesting part of this program is that the Leasing Fee will be deducted at closing and 65% will be wired to your account, you will only be responsible for the swift charges of the BG but the leasing fee will be deducted from the loan amount at closing.

    Our loan range is from 1 Million-50 billion Max.We also provide Genuine Bank Instrument such as Fresh Cut BG, SBLC and MTN which are specifically for lease for (6+2%) and sale (50+2) from top rated AA Banks, our bank instrument can be engage in PPP Trading, Discounting, signature project (s) such as Aviation, Agriculture,Petroleum, Telecommunication, construction of Dams, Bridges, Real Estate and all kind of projects.

    DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENTS:
    1. Instrument: Bank Guarantee (BG/SBLC), 2. Total Face Value: 1 Million MIN -50 Billion MAX USD/EURO, 3. Issuing Bank: HSBC, London, Deutsche Bank Frankfurt or any of the Top 25 AA Rated Bank. 4. Age: One Year, One Day, 5. Leasing Price: 6% of Face Value plus 2% commission fees to brokers/consultant. 6. Delivery: SWIFT TO SWIFT. 7. Payment: MT-103.8. Hard Copy: Bonded Courier within 7 banking days.

    Please let me know which of the services that interests you? so that I can provide you with more information and procedure.
    Brokers and Consultants are also welcomed. PLEASE ONLY DIRECT CLIENT OR MANDATE SHOULD REPLY TO THIS OFFER!!! If Interested kindly contact me via Email:~ Mr. Ezzatollah Kianersi…….. Email: (bgsblc.kianersi@gmail.com) My Skype ID is ………………: bgsblc.kianersi

    Kianersi

  • Mr. Kianersi

    I am direct to a project Funder who is also known as private lender they specialized in bank instrument lease and sales their funds is purely earned from private and corporate investment portfolios without criminal origin.With the group capital fund which are specifically for lease/sale in form of bank instrument. The Financial institution can finance your signatory projects such as Real Estate Development, Aviation Service, Agriculture Finance, Petroleum Importation, Telecommunication, construction of Dams or Bridges and all kind of projects.

    The bank instrument can be use for purchase of goods from any manufacturer irrespective of their location. It can also serve as collateral with any bank in the world to secure loan for your project or to establish line of credit with your bank. We offer Bank Guarantee, all are issue from AAA Rated bank such as Deutsche Bank, HSBC Bank, UBS Zurich, Barclay’s Bank, Standard Chartered Bank E.T.C. For more information, Endeavour to contact me as your convenient time.

    DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENTS:
    1. Instrument: Bank Guarantee (BG/SBLC)
    2. Total Face Value: Min of 1M Euro/USD (One Million Euro/USD) to Max of 5B
    Euro/USD (Five Billion Euro/USD).
    3. Issuing Bank: HSBC, London or Deutsche Bank Frankfurt or any Top 25 WEB
    4. Age: One Year, One Day
    5. Leasing Price:3 .5% of Face Value plus (0.5+X)% commission fees to
    brokers.
    6. Delivery: Bank to Bank SWIFT.
    7. Payment: MT-103.
    8. Hard Copy: Bonded Courier within 7 banking days.

    All relevant business information will be provided upon request. Please let me know which of the services that interests you? so that I can provide you with more information and procedure. Brokers and Consultants are also welcomed. If Interested kindly contact me via Email:~ Mr. Ezzatollah Kianersi…….. Email: (bgsblc.kianersi@gmail.com) My Skype ID is ………………: bgsblc.kianersi

    Kianersi

  • Mr. Kianersi

    I am direct to a project Funder who is also known as private lender they specialized in bank instrument lease and sales their funds is purely earned from private and corporate investment portfolios without criminal origin.With the group capital fund which are specifically for lease/sale in form of bank instrument. The Financial institution can finance your signatory projects such as Real Estate Development, Aviation Service, Agriculture Finance, Petroleum Importation, Telecommunication, construction of Dams or Bridges and all kind of projects.

    The bank instrument can be use for purchase of goods from any manufacturer irrespective of their location. It can also serve as collateral with any bank in the world to secure loan for your project or to establish line of credit with your bank. We offer Bank Guarantee, all are issue from AAA Rated bank such as Deutsche Bank, HSBC Bank, UBS Zurich, Barclay’s Bank, Standard Chartered Bank E.T.C. For more information, Endeavour to contact me as your convenient time.

    DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENTS:
    1. Instrument: Bank Guarantee (BG/SBLC)
    2. Total Face Value: Min of 1M Euro/USD (One Million Euro/USD) to Max of 5B
    Euro/USD (Five Billion Euro/USD).
    3. Issuing Bank: HSBC, London or Deutsche Bank Frankfurt or any Top 25 WEB
    4. Age: One Year, One Day
    5. Leasing Price:3 .5% of Face Value plus (0.5+X)% commission fees to
    brokers.
    6. Delivery: Bank to Bank SWIFT.
    7. Payment: MT-103.
    8. Hard Copy: Bonded Courier within 7 banking days.

    All relevant business information will be provided upon request. Please let me know which of the services that interests you? so that I can provide you with more information and procedure. Brokers and Consultants are also welcomed. If Interested kindly contact me via Email:~ Mr. Ezzatollah Kianersi…….. Email:(bgsblc.kianersi@gmail.com) My Skype ID is ………………: bgsblc.kianersi

    Kianersi

  • Mr. Kianersi

    Dear Sir/Ma

    I am direct to a project Funder who is also known as private lender they specialized in bank instrument lease and sales their funds is purely earned from private and corporate investment portfolios without criminal origin.With the group capital fund which are specifically for lease/sale in form of bank instrument. The Financial institution can finance your signatory projects such as Real Estate Development, Aviation Service, Agriculture Finance, Petroleum Importation, Telecommunication, construction of Dams or Bridges and all kind of projects.

    The bank instrument can be use for purchase of goods from any manufacturer irrespective of their location. It can also serve as collateral with any bank in the world to secure loan for your project or to establish line of credit with your bank. We offer Bank Guarantee, all are issue from AAA Rated bank such as Deutsche Bank, HSBC Bank, UBS Zurich, Barclay’s Bank, Standard Chartered Bank E.T.C. For more information, Endeavour to contact me as your convenient time.

    DESCRIPTION OF INSTRUMENTS:
    1. Instrument: Bank Guarantee (BG/SBLC)
    2. Total Face Value: Min of 1M Euro/USD (One Million Euro/USD) to Max of 5B
    Euro/USD (Five Billion Euro/USD).
    3. Issuing Bank: HSBC, London or Deutsche Bank Frankfurt or any Top 25 WEB
    4. Age: One Year, One Day
    5. Leasing Price:3 .5% of Face Value plus (0.5+X)% commission fees to
    brokers.
    6. Delivery: Bank to Bank SWIFT.
    7. Payment: MT-103.
    8. Hard Copy: Bonded Courier within 7 banking days.

    All relevant business information will be provided upon request. Please let me know which of the services that interests you? so that I can provide you with more information and procedure. Brokers and Consultants are also welcomed. If Interested kindly contact me via Email:~ Mr. Ezzatollah Kianersi…….. Email: (bgsblc.kianersi@gmail.com)

    My Skype ID is ………………: bgsblc.kianersi

    Kianersi

  • bernard butty

    Dear Sir/Ma,
    We are direct provider for BG/SBLC specifically for lease, at leasing price of (5.0 +2)% of face value, Issuance by HSBC Bank London , Barclays Bank London , Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas, & AAA Rated Banks in Europe, Middle East or USA.

    Our BG/SBLC Financing can help you get your project funded, loan financing by providing you with yearly renewable leased bank instruments. We work directly with issuing bank lease providers, this Instrument can be monetized on your behalf for 100% funding

    All relevant business information will be provided upon request.
    If Interested kindly contact me via Email:~
    Mr. Bernard butty
    Email: leasebutty.bg@gmail.com
    skype: butty.bernard

  • Sekaran Sebastian

    Fresh Cut BG / SBLC, MTN Specifically for Lease @ (3.0 + 0.5 + X)%. Intermediaries/Consultants/Brokers are welcome to bring their clients and are 100% protected We are direct to a provider for BG/SBLC specifically for lease, at leasing price of (3.0 + 0.5 + X)% of face value, Issuance by HSBC London/Hong Kong or any other AA rated Bank in Europe, Middle East or USA.

    Our BG/SBLC Financing can help you get your project funded, loan financing by providing you with yearly renewable leased bank instruments. We work directly with issuing bank lease providers, this Instrument can be monetized on your behalf for 100% funding: For further details contact us with the below information.

    Contact : Mr. Sekaran Sebastian

    Contact: bglease.sekaran@gmail.com

    Skype ID: bglease.sekaran

  • marcokunkel

    We specialize in lease, sales and monetization of Bank Guarantee {BG}, Standby Letter of Credit {SBLC}, Medium Term Notes {MTN} and Confirmable Bank Draft {CBD}, this financial instrument is issue from AAA Rated bank such as HSBC Bank, UBS Zurich, Barclays Bank, Standard Chartered Bank E.T.C.

    The financial instrument can be invested into High Yield Investment Trading Program {HYITP) or Private Placement Program (PPP). We are direct to a genuine and reliable Financial Organization, without broker chain or chauffer driven offer.

    Kindly get in touch for further details and procedure.

    Regards

    Mr.Marco Kunkel

    Email: marcokunkel2008@yahoo.com

  • Wong Man

    We are Providers of all types of BG and SBLC with the best workable procedures. Our BG/SBLC ranges from MT799, MT760,(Both two way confirmation), MT103/23, MT103 (Both can be one way confirmation and two way confirmation) in USD and EUROS. Issuing Bank ranges from Top world 25 banks with face value ranging from 1M EUROS/USD to 5B EUROS/USD

    BROKERS ARE WELCOME & 100% PROTECTED!!!

    Intermediaries/Consultants/Brokers are welcome to bring their clients and cases to our attention and in complete confidence we will work together for the benefits of all parties involve

    For further details contact us with the below information Thank you.

    Contact : Mr. Wong Man

    Email: reliablemandate@gmail.com

    Skype ID: reliablemandate

Close