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Immigration & Investment 
! 
Onshore & Offshore Structures 
! 
蔡⾦金兴! 
Eric Chua, Cai JinXing ! 
eric.cai@asiaharvest.sg! 
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Immigration & Investment 
• Third wave of 
Immigration 
• Asset Protection is key 
• Competition of Global 
Talents 
• Tru...
Onshore versus Offshore 
• Tax 
• Asset Protection 
• Cost 
• Investment 
Class 
• Expertise for 
structuring 
The Differe...
Invest SG 
• Strategic Stakeholders for the 
Investment into Singapore 
Community 
• Key focus is for private 
wealth and ...
SGD/RMB = 1/4.86 dated 16/09/2014 
SGD/USD = 1/0.8 dated 16/09/2014
“Wealth is the ability to fully experience life” 
Eric Cai
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
Why china rich is leaving ?  3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration
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Why china rich is leaving ? 3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration

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Why china rich is leaving ? 3rd WAVE of capital outflows and people migration

  1. 1. Immigration & Investment ! Onshore & Offshore Structures ! 蔡⾦金兴! Eric Chua, Cai JinXing ! eric.cai@asiaharvest.sg! ! Director, Greater China, Asia Harvest Group ! Invest SG, Chairman !
  2. 2. Immigration & Investment • Third wave of Immigration • Asset Protection is key • Competition of Global Talents • Truly a Global Village, connected via technology and air travel
  3. 3. Onshore versus Offshore • Tax • Asset Protection • Cost • Investment Class • Expertise for structuring The Difference Between The Confusing Onshore And Offshore Renminbi Market AP Images MAMTA BADKAR FEB. 27, 2013, 10:35 PM We frequently get questions about the difference between the onshore (CNY) and offshore (CNH) renminbi market. Remember, the offshore renminbi came about as China began trying to internationalize its currency. Here is the difference between the two. As China began to open up its economy, it wanted its currency to be used in the international market to settle trade and financial transactions, without, however, fully opening up its capital account. Hong Kong, which has served as an international hub for mainland China, naturally happened to be a great place for an offshore renminbi (CNH) market. Singapore, Taiwan, and London have since developed their own offshore renminbi markets. It began with the development of personal renminbi banking business in 2004 when renminbi deposits were allowed in Hong Kong, according to Vanessa Rossi and William Jackson at Chatham House. They go on to say, Bank of China (Hong Kong) was designated as the sole offshore renminbi clearing bank some time in 2004. Renminbi deposits continued to climb, especially once the bond market was established in 2007. Bonds issued in renminbi outside the mainland were dubbed dim sum bonds. In 2010, McDonald's became the
  4. 4. Invest SG • Strategic Stakeholders for the Investment into Singapore Community • Key focus is for private wealth and family office setting up and based in Singapore • Singapore is a haven for people and money : Safe, Clean and Strong Law System • SGD is a strong currency with no govt budget deficit
  5. 5. SGD/RMB = 1/4.86 dated 16/09/2014 SGD/USD = 1/0.8 dated 16/09/2014
  6. 6. “Wealth is the ability to fully experience life” Eric Cai

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