Launched in 2020, the Variable Capital Company (VCC) in Singapore has quickly become a trend amongst fund managers. With its increasing popularity, the Singapore government has recently been exploring ways to extend the use of the VCC to family offices as well. RHTLaw Asia and RHT Compliance Solutions together with InCorp have partnered up in a fireside chat session to help you better understand what VCC is and how this structure will benefit you as compared to other traditional fund structures in Singapore.
Key discussion points
- What is VCC?
- How is VCC beneficial in Singapore?
- What makes VCC stand out from other fund structures?
- What is the future of VCC in Singapore?
- VCC 2.0: How can family offices tap into the VCC framework?
About the Speakers
Eric provides consultancy to local and foreign entities on the ideal market-entry strategies for setting up or expanding operations in Asia-Pacific. He also provides advisory to fund managers and family offices on structuring. He has also set up many VCC structures for licenced fund managers.
Veiverne is an experienced investment manager whose experience spans institutional asset management, private equity, venture capital, and mergers & acquisitions. Prior to BPP, he has held roles at Tryb Group, GIC Pte Ltd, Rabobank, and the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
With over 15 years of experience, Tony provides compliance, governance, and risk solutions to a wide range of clients – regulators, payment system providers, investment banks, broker-dealers, commodities ﬁrms, fund managers, ﬁnancial advisers, trust companies and FinTech companies.
Yang Eu Jin
Having advised many local and foreign enterprises seeking to undertake public listings (IPOs) and post-listing corporate action and fund-raising activities on the SGX, Yang Eu Jin is well versed in a wide spectrum of corporate and securities law-related work, with particular expertise in corporate finance and capital markets work.