Singapore Variable Capital Companies Bill Update
ANREV is pleased to invite you to a lunch briefing in Singapore on 22 November 2018. Mr Han Ming Ho, Partner of Sidley Austin LLP will speak on the proposed corporate investment funds regime that was first introduced to the market by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) by way of a consultation paper in 2017.
The session will include a brief recap of the original proposal in 2017 which will be followed by a comprehensive update on MAS’ response and first reading of the Variable Capital Companies (VCC) Bill on 10 September 2018.
The Singapore Variable Capital Company (S-VACC) is intended to offer asset managers in Singapore greater flexibility and lower costs by providing new structuring options for investment funds.
Date : Thursday 22 November 2018
Time : 12:00 – 13:15 (light lunch will be provided)
Speaker : Han Ming Ho, Partner and Co-head, Asia Investment Funds Practice
Sidley Austin LLP
Venue : Sidley Austin LLP, Level 31, Six Battery Road, Singapore
RSVP : Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee : Free of charge
We would like to thank Sidley Austin for hosting and sponsoring the lunch.
Speaker bio followed:
||Han Ming Ho
Partner and Co-head, Asia Investment Funds Practice
Sidley Austin LLP
Han Ming is a partner and co-head of Sidley Austin’s Asia Investment Funds practice and is based in Singapore. He focuses on fund formation of open-ended and close-ended entities and related regulatory matters as well as regularly advises fund managers on the establishment of business operations in Singapore, together with the establishment, structuring and registration of investment funds in Singapore and various other Asia-Pacific jurisdictions.
He is also the Asia-Pacific Board (Council) Director and Singapore National Group Chairman of AIMA (Alternative Investment Management Association), a member of the Advocacy Committee of SVCA (Singapore Venture Capital & Private Equity Association), a member of the Regulatory Committee of IMAS (Investment Management Association of Singapore) and a member of the Fund Management Working Group, IBF (The Institute of Banking & Finance).