Setting up a VCC in Singapore: What you need to know - Waystone

      Setting up a VCC in Singapore: What you need to know

      Waystone was pleased to be hosting a webinar together with its friends at Argus Global, Simmons & Simmons and BNP Paribas on assisting asset managers looking to set-up a VCC in Singapore. To understand the advantages of the VCC structure and the regulatory/licensing requirements in more details, please join us along with industry expert from the MAS for this webinar, followed by Q & A.

      Panellists

      • Nithi Genesan, Argus Global
      • Jek-Aun Long, Partner, Simmons & Simmons
      • Manoj Shetty, VP, Institutional Sales, BNP Paribas Securities Services
      • Mriganko Mukerjee, Partner, Ernest & Young

      Moderated by

      • Connie Wong, Waystone

       

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_75wASoWI4U

       

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