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Citizen Star responded to talk of a finance crunch
Something like a riot occurred this week-end when the news ran out, as far as I can tell, through this NeoGAF threat that the Star Citizen Cloud Imperium Games studios were in dire straits. It was the result of the fact that the firm had taken out a credit from the British bank Coutts and Co., which used practically everything it possessed as security, even though it had taken in 153 million dollars (and more) inrowdfunding.
For example, some reds proposed that the loans could just be a safeguard against a stumbling British Pounds or perhaps an attempt to take full benefit of the low interest rate. However, the gossip was stubborn enough to induce Cloud Empire to publish a declaration that explains exactly what the loans were for.
"British businesses are eligible for a monthly refund discount on the Squadron 42 product developed in the UK. The UK government will pay these discounts in the autumn of the following year when we submit our income taxes," said CIG co-founder and corporate lawyer Ortwin Freyermuth in a panel contribution.
"The Foundry 42 and its mother Cloud Imperium Games UK Ltd. have chosen to enter into a partnership with Coutts, a prestigious, extremely select and specialised UK bank, to receive a periodic deposit against this discount which allows us to prevent unnecessary GBP conversions of other currrencies. In view of today's low interest rate levels compared to the persistent and insecure exchange rate volatility, this is just wise monetary policy, which we have put into place on the advice of our advisers."
Freyermuth described the securities as "absolutely standardised and only relevant to our UK business". In fact, the'prime security' for the credit is the discount itself, he went on, and while the UK firms are guaranteeing reimbursement, the booking of other securities - which, he noted,'expressly exclude Star Citizen' - is a technicality and nothing else'.
"Freyermuth said this collateral does not influence the property of our British businesses and our ability to exercise complete asset management over them. "Of course, the British Government will not be late with its discount commitments used for redemption, and even then British businesses will have enough funds to pay back the loan." It' s a quite sensible statement, but I don' t think it' s going to do much to help damp down the debate that has been going on around Star Citizen almost from the beginning.