Zoom Conference | What you need to know about setting up a Variable Capital Company

01 September 2020|4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (HKT)

Sypnosis       

     The Variable Capital Company is a game-changer for Singapore’s asset and wealth management industry. This seminar will go over the advantages of using Singapore for your Fund, the process, costs and local requirements. The speakers both have significant experience in Funds and Fund managers and work across both Singapore and Hong Kong. 

Key takeaways/highlights:

  • Introduction etc
  • Benefits of the VCC compared to other structures
  • Compliance requirements for the VCC (including local requirements)
  • Typical costs, and potential government funding for the VCC
  • Typical process for the VCC and manager licensing
  • Process and requirements setting up for a Singapore Company ie the Manager
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
 

Martin O’Regan
Managing Director
Solas Fiduciary | Corporate Governance | Global Coverage

Martin is the principal at Solas Fiduciary Services, a market leader in directorship and corporate governance, it is a privately-owned company based in Singapore and Hong Kong, but with access to professional directorship networks and knowledge of international jurisdictions. Martin is also chair of the Singapore Fund Administrator Association.  He has extensive knowledge of VCC, contributing to many of the working groups leading up the launch of the regime


Andrew C Barclay
Independent CFO/COO
Financial Consultant

Andrew fouresides in Hong Kong where he founded a niche accounting firm. He helps founders and SMEs with their financial forecasts, back office operations and ongoing compliance in Hong Kong, Singapore and other geographies.  As part of providing CFO services to clients he provides deep commercial and strategic insight and mentoring. He serves on the boards of companies, Funds and SPVs as well as a non-profit.

EVENT DETAILS

Tuesday, 01 September 2020

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (HKT)

Certificate of Attendance

1 HOUR

Format

Zoom Conference

Contact Us
  • This session will be presented via Zoom Conference. If need help, please email support@aiam.com.hk.