Singapore VCC

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The Singapore Variable Capital Company – Overview of Tax Regime

Legislated on 15 January 2020, the Variable Corporate Company (VCC) legislation is Singapore’s latest investment fund innovation.  The VCC will be treated as a company and a single entity and also subjected to income tax in Singapore. However, VCC will be entitled to tax exemptions under the “Singapore Resident Fund Scheme (SRF) and Enhanced-Tier Fund …

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The Singapore Variable Capital Company – Why is a VCC needed?

Current Challenges Prior to the establishment of VCC as a legal entity form/structure for investment funds, Singapore did not have any corporate form or vehicle that caters to specific needs of hedge funds, private equity funds, mutual funds, or real estate funds.  This resulted in many of the current fund structures set up in Singapore …

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The Singapore Variable Capital Company – What is a VCC?

Variable Capital Company (VCC) is a new legal entity form/structure for all types of investment funds in Singapore. It is the latest corporate innovation in the city state that allows for separate and distinct from the legislation that governs existing Singapore Companies. This prevents the VCC from any unintended consequence arising from changes in Company …

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