For self-declared Accredited Investors If you self-declare that you are an Accredited Investor, for compliance reasons, we still cannot treat you as an Accredited Investor because we have to complete the accreditation process. This also means that for compliance reasons, we will not provide you with the details of the investment offerings that are for …
FAQ Category: Investors
Yes, as you are already a private bank client or an Accredited Investor in a bank in Singapore, a bank reference letter issued on the bank’s
You can opt-out to be treated as an Accredited Investor. However, once you have confirmed as “opt-out” (and even if you were a confirmed accredited investor),
GENERAL WARNING: Accredited investors are assumed to be better informed, and better able to access resources to protect their own interests, and therefore require less regulatory protection.
(a) If you are an existing Member and wish to be treated an accredited investor, please click: “Make me an Accredited Investor”. One of our team members will follow up with you to obtain documents to support that you meet either net asset or net income accreditation requirements. Once all in order, we will confirm …
Yes, you can. However, we will require to receive the relevant supporting documents to establish and confirm that you meet the accreditation requirements.
Yes. The qualifying criteria applies to everyone regardless whether you are resident in Singapore or in other countries.
If you are a corporation (e.g. family office), you must hold net assets exceeding S$10 million in value (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) as determined by:
If you are an individual, you have to meet one of the following minimum requirements:
The returns can range from 4.8% – 9.8% p.a., depending on tenor and risk profile of each investment.