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Institutional Investors

Institutional Investors

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Who are Institutional Investors (IIs)?

As defined in section 4A of the  Securities And Futures Act (SFA), and extracted as follows:

(i) the Government;

(ii) a statutory board as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 341 of the SFA;

(iii) an entity that is wholly and beneficially owned, whether directly or indirectly, by a central government of a country and whose principal activity is —
(A) to manage its own funds;
(B) to manage the funds of the central government of that country (which may include the reserves of that central government and any pension or provident fund of that country); or
(C) to manage the funds (which may include the reserves of that central government and any pension or provident fund of that country) of another entity that is wholly and beneficially owned, whether directly or indirectly, by the central government of that country;

(iv) any entity —
(A) that is wholly and beneficially owned, whether directly or indirectly, by the central government of a country; and
(B) whose funds are managed by an entity mentioned in sub-paragraph (iii);

(v) a central bank in a jurisdiction other than Singapore;

(vi) a central government in a country other than Singapore;

(vii) an agency (of a central government in a country other than Singapore) that is incorporated or established in a country other than Singapore;

(viii) a multilateral agency, international organisation or supranational agency as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 341 of the SFA;

(ix) a bank that is licensed under the Banking Act (Cap. 19);

(x) a merchant bank that is approved as a financial institution under section 28 of the Monetary Authority of Singapore Act (Cap. 186);

(xi) a finance company that is licensed under the Finance Companies Act (Cap. 108);

(xii) a company or co-operative society that is licensed under the Insurance Act (Cap. 142) to carry on insurance business in Singapore;

(xiii) a company licensed under the Trust Companies Act (Cap. 336);

(xiv) a holder of a capital markets services licence;

(xv) an approved exchange;

(xvi) a recognised market operator;

(xvii) an approved clearing house;

(xviii) a recognised clearing house;

(xix) a licensed trade repository;

(xx) a licensed foreign trade repository;

(xxi) an approved holding company;

(xxii) a Depository as defined in section 81SF of the SFA;

(xxiii) an entity or a trust formed or incorporated in a jurisdiction other than Singapore, which is regulated for the carrying on of any financial activity in that jurisdiction by a public authority of that jurisdiction that exercises a function that corresponds to a regulatory function of the Authority under this Act, the Banking Act (Cap. 19), the Finance Companies Act (Cap. 108), the Monetary Authority of Singapore Act (Cap. 186), the Insurance Act (Cap. 142), the Trust Companies Act (Cap. 336) or such other Act as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 341 of the SFA;

(xxiv) a pension fund, or collective investment scheme, whether constituted in Singapore or elsewhere;

(xxv) a person (other than an individual) who carries on the business of dealing in bonds with accredited investors or expert investors;

(xxvi) the trustee of such trust as the Authority may prescribe, when acting in that capacity; or

(xxvii) such other person as the Authority may prescribe.

Accredited Investors

Accredited Investors

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Who are Accredited Investors (AIs)?

As defined in section 4A of the Securities And Futures Act, and extracted as follows:

(i) an individual —
(A) whose net personal assets exceed in value $2 million (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as the Authority may prescribe in place of the first amount;
(B) whose financial assets (net of any related liabilities) exceed in value $1 million (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as the Authority may prescribe in place of the first amount, where “financial asset” means —
(BA) a deposit as defined in section 4B of the Banking Act;
(BB) an investment product as defined in section 2(1) of the Financial Advisers Act; or
(BC) any other asset as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 341 of the SFA; or
(C) whose income in the preceding 12 months is not less than $300,000 (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as the Authority may prescribe in place of the first amount;

(ii) a corporation with net assets exceeding $10 million in value (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as the Authority may prescribe, in place of the first amount, as determined by —
(A) the most recent audited balance-sheet of the corporation; or
(B) where the corporation is not required to prepare audited accounts regularly, a balance-sheet of the corporation certified by the corporation as giving a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the corporation as of the date of the balance-sheet, which date shall be within the preceding 12 months;

(iii) the trustee of such trust as the Authority may prescribe, when acting in that capacity; or

(iv) such other person as the Authority may prescribe.

Retail Investors

Retail Investors

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Who are Retail Investors (RIs)?

As defined in accordance with the Personal Offers made pursuant to the Exemption for Small Offers as set out in section 272A of the Securities And Futures Act (SFA), those persons who have satisfied CapBridge’s onboarding requirements for retail investors, being a pre-qualification based on the following tests:

(i) “Financial Knowledge and Experience Checklist” – which assesses investors to ensure that they have sufficient knowledge or experience to invest in securities offered on CapBridge’s platform, or

(ii) “Suitability Assessment Checklist” – which assesses investors to ensure that the securities offered on CapBridge’s platform is suitable for the investor in light of his/her investment objectives and risk tolerance.

Why Invest through CapBridge

Shorter Holding Time

Investors prefer shortened holding time to exits. Invest in late-stage pre-IPO growth companies with defined exit or liquidity plans.

Leverage Professional Investors

CapBridge employs the lead and co-investor model. Participatealongside professional lead investors and benefit from their expertise.

Greater Access to Global Investment Opportunities

Broaden investment landscape with exposure to a larger global investment community and a vibrant companies directory.

Lower Risks

CapBridge’s Preferred Access structure enables investors to access curated private equity deals with defined exits and liquidity plans, at a smaller ticket size.

Cost-Effective

Reduce auxiliary investment costs through simplified legal and institutional-grade templates and processes.

Funded Deals

PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Nautilus Data Technologies  $25 Million Raised

A California-based company that created the world’s first successful water-borne data centre.

 

Significant interest was garnered from well-established investors globally and in Singapore, including Keppel T&T.

 

Read more on Straits Times.

SECONDARIES

Biolidics $4 Million Raised

CapBridge facilitated the secondary offering for Singapore-based Clearbridge Biomedics, a precision healthcare company that has a partnership with Leica Biosystems to support research on circulating tumor cells.

Biolidics filed for an IPO in 2018 and are currently listed on Catalist.

 

Read more on Business Times.

PRE-IPO

FiNC – $25 Million Raised

A Japanese company that combines data analysis, rich content and social elements to help users log, understand, manage and improve their health and wellness.

CapBridge facilitated and raised a portion of the fundraising in 2018.

PRE-IPO

Liquidia – $22 Million Raised

Liquidia raised its pre-IPO round via CapBridge in 2017 and filed for an IPO on the Nasdaq Capital Market a year later.

 

The esteemed list of lead and co-investors included visionary venture capital firms, sophisticated family offices and corporate investment vehicles.

 

Read more on AsiaOne.

1EXCHANGE LISTING

Aggregate Asset Management $5.6 Million Raised

CapBridge facilitated Aggregate Asset Management (AAM) in its private placement for the first ever listing on the private securities exchange, 1exchange.

AAM received an over-subscription for S$5.6M of equity via a six-week placement campaign conducted on CapBridge platform. They successfully listed on 1exchange platform on 10 July 2019 and is now available for trading on 1exchange.

Read more here.

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