Date Published: 23 April 2020
Singapore recently introduced the Singapore Variable Capital Company (“VCC”) structure under a new law aimed specifically at investment funds. This presentation highlights some of the legal and tax features of the VCC structure and identifies certain use cases for a fund.
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