Driven by foreign trade and heavy infrastructure investments over the last 40 years, China’s economic advances are impressive. China has developed the world’s longest high-speed train network, a vibrant digital sector, some of the largest cities in the world, and more.
By Koldo Krutxaga Business Consultant | CSC Global Financial Markets Share this post You had your HK company set up in a matter of days, opened a bank account, and for the next 18 months, you focused on growing your
Gain insights into the nation’s new Variable Capital Company (VCC) framework. It’s been more than six months since the new corporate structure for investment funds, The Variable Capital Company (VCC), was implemented in Singapore, and it’s become quite the buzz. My previous blog—Singapore’s VCC Framework: 4 Facts You Need to Know—highlights the details of this new structure.
By Mirella Nielsen Business Consultant | CSC Global Financial Markets Share this post Whether you’re a start-up business or one that has been around for years, the Human Resources (HR) function—including managing payroll—should not be underestimated. The payroll process can
By Agnes Chen managing director, APAC region Share this post The Government of Hong Kong SAR recently approved the second round of the $137.5 billion Anti-epidemic Fund. The Government announced the intention of doing the Employment Support Scheme (ESS) and
By Agnes Chen managing director, APAC region Share this post China has recently issued a number of tax incentive measures helping businesses and individual taxpayers in the country to offset expenses while dealing with the COVID-19 virus. While many new policies
By Agnes Chen managing director, APAC region Share this post On January 15, 2020, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) launched a new, flexible corporate structure under which investment funds can be
By Koldo Krutxaga Business Consultant | CSC Global Financial Markets Share this post The Greater Bay Area (GBA) in China was first proposed in 2016 to include Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen, Huizhou,
by Agnes Chen, Managing Director, Global Financial Markets A new, flexible corporate structure under which investment funds can be created in Singapore is expected to launch in the next couple of months. Work on the new Variable Capital Company (VCC)
By Judith Siegmund – Mananger of Business Advisory | Share this post Singapore has been ranked as the world’s most economically competitive country by the World Economic Forum 1. The report measures diverse attributes, such as: Enabling the environment, which includes institutions