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    • Family Offices - Moving Your Wealth to Singapore
      Fund management

      Family Offices - Moving Your Wealth to Singapore

      • Insights on how to maintain your wealth via a Family Office in Singapore.
      • Understand how best to structure your Family Office. 
      • What to look out for when consulting a legal/tax/compliance professional.
    • Singapore - Setting Up A Crypto Entity For A Global Market
      Setting up

      Singapore - Setting Up A Crypto Entity

      • Quick guide on setting up crypto asset entity in Singapore
      • Understand the relevant regulations for your crypto entity
      • Other considerations beyond incorporation
    • Crypto Regulations in UK
      Crypto Regulations

      Crypto Regulations in UK

      Cryptocurrencies in the UK are regulated for anti-money laundering (AML) purposes depending on their nature and type. This means that some types of tokens are subject to specific regulations while others are not. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is the primary financial regulator in the UK, and has - along with HM Treasury - taken a constructive stance on crypto asset policy making by grounding its principles on balancing financial stability with competition and innovation

    • Crypto Regulations in Dubai
      Crypto Regulations

      Crypto Regulations in Dubai

      Dubai is embracing cryptocurrencies and crypto service providers with its latest regulatory framework. In March 2022, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum,  approved the Regulation of Virtual Assets in the Emirate of Dubai, also known as the Virtual Assets Law, along with the establishment of the Virtual Assets Regulatory Authority. This set of regulations is the first of its kind and demonstrates Dubai’s commitment towards innovation while balancing investor protection.

    • Singapore Payment Services Licence
      Payment Licence

      Singapore Payment Services Licence

      Singapore regulates cryptocurrencies with the Payment Services Act 2019 (PSA), and is prescribed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS). Under this regime, cryptocurrencies are not outright banned, nor are they wholly unregulated. Instead, MAS has taken a risk-based approach by looking at key aspects such as Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism (AML/CFT). Service providers are regulated through a licensing framework based on the regulated activity their cryptocurrency/crypto asset business falls under.

    • Incorporating in BVI
      Crypto Regulations

      Incorporating in BVI

      Cryptocurrencies in the British Virgin Islands (“BVI”) are regulated. Instead of a dedicated regime such as the Payment Services Act in Singapore (that specifically identifies and targets cryptocurrencies), the regulatory authorities in the BVI use pre-existing financial laws such as the Securities and Investment Business Act to regulate the issuance and use of cryptocurrencies. For crypto businesses, this means that whether or not you are regulated depends on whether your crypto assets fall within the definitions laid out under those laws. 

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