Greater family office interest in Singapore coming from China, HK and Taiwan

The greater interest comes as the EDB's Global Investor Programme was expanded in 2020 to include family offices. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - The super wealthy in Greater China are undeterred by tighter tax rules here and are pushing ahead with plans to get permanent residency in Singapore through its Global Investor Programme (GIP).

The programme, which is administered by the Economic Development Board, confers permanent resident status to eligible investors.

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