A Quick Guide to Variable Capital Company (VCC)
The Variable Capital Companies Act (‘VCC’) is said to be a game-changer for Singapore’s asset and wealth management industry, cementing Singapore’s role in the region.
Join our subject matter experts from DBS Bank, InCorp Global & Argus Global in our latest on-demand webcast to discuss the following:
Key Discussion Areas:
- Introduction to VCC
- What are some of the trends seen here in Singapore since the launch?
- What are some of the key features of this act?
- Understanding the key benefits and operational requirements
- Who can be potential users?
- Overview of the Grant Scheme available
Organized and hosted by: DBS Bank, Singapore’s and Southeast Asia’s largest bank by total assets.
Partnered with: Argus Global, a Singapore firm that specializes in regulatory compliance.
About the Speakers
Director – Compliance
Nithi Genesan is the Compliance Director at Argus Global and has over 15 years of regulatory and compliance experience in the financial sector. She is well-versed in the laws and regulations of the financial markets. She is also extremely knowledgeable in sectors such as securities, asset management, insurance, financial advisory, and payment services.
Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO)
InCorp Global, Singapore
Eric Chin is the Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO) of InCorp Group. He provides consultancy to local and foreign entities on the ideal market-entry strategies for setting up or expanding operations in key markets of Asia. Before joining InCorp, he was the Senior Vice President and Team Lead of the International Subsidiaries Banking division of HSBC with more than 11 years of experience in the banking space.
Vice President, Securities Services
Wenny Ow is the Vice President of Securities Services, Global Transaction Services at DBS Bank. She has over 10 years of experience in the financial industry including buyside and sellside. Prior to her career in DBS, she drove business opportunities and managed the institutional investment community in her role at SGX.