Debt+Share Royalties Website

New and Unique REX Debt+Share Royalties Website Announced by British Far East Holdings Ltd.

DEL MAR, Calif.–()–Arthur Lipper, Chairman of British Far East Holdings Ltd. announced today that its website which allows users to compare the results of royalties using different terms, as applied to the same projected revenues, now also allows the calculation and analysis of royalties combining debt and royalties. This feature can be directly accessed through

The original which allows users to analyze and display royalties also links to the newest of the websites, each of which is currently available for use without charge.

Lipper explained that ”Business owners will be interested in the new Debt+Share approach because they obtain a loan at an acceptable interest rate, which when repaid provides for a continuing royalty at a level of revenues much less than would be the case without the loan and its repayment.”

He also said that “Investors, especially pension funds and other non-tax consequence investors, would be interested in the Debt+Share royalties as they would have a fixed interest obligation and a royalty. The royalty commencing on the loan repayment and though yielding less than a non-debt related royalty would be more predictable of return and have a lesser risk.”

Lipper stated, “Royalties are a better way of both raising capital and investing in early stage and privately owned companies. The combining of the current interest return and relative safety of debt and the longer-term benefit of receiving a share of revenues after the loan has been repaid is the best of both worlds for an investor. The owners of the company benefit by getting non-equity diluting funding on more advantageous terms than would otherwise have been the case.”

Arthur Lipper, a Wall Street veteran responsible for many investment-related innovations believes that, once broadly understood, royalties will become an investment industry standard. He can be reached at:


British Far East Holdings Ltd.
Arthur Lipper, 858-793-7100