Getting set up in Singapore - what are the jurisdictional advantages for fund managers? - Waystone

      Getting set up in Singapore – what are the jurisdictional advantages for fund managers?

      Further to our communication in June when we welcomed Argus Global, Singapore to the Waystone Group of Companies, we took the opportunity of introducing the Argus team to our clients and friends at Waystone and provided further details on how they can assist with Singapore regulatory compliance as well as getting set up in Singapore.

      Are you a regulated fund manager looking to get setup in Singapore and take advantage of its jurisdictional advantages? Find out how Argus Global can help make this process a seamless one for you by taking care of the various licensing and regulatory requirements, creation of necessary policies and procures and outsourced compliance services.

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