By God’s unmerited favour Loyalle has consistently ranked among the Top #5 Producers in PropNex, Singapore’s largest Real Estate Agency. Specialising in Central Shophouses and Hotels, he serves both Institutional Investors and Ultra High Net Worth Individuals in their commercial real estate investments.
This year, he closed the most number of non-Hotel Shophouse investment deals in Central Business District (CBD) and was mentioned in Singapore Business Review as one of the five most “Bankable Real Estate Agents”.
Loyalle is also a hands-on investment manager. He has actively worked with established F&B and hospitality groups including Hong Kong’s Michelin-star restaurant chain Tim Ho Wan: successfully matching them with prime central district spaces that best suits their business needs.
Are You the ONE?(What I do)
Supposing you recently inherited a huge bundle of cash in China Hong Kong or Singapore worth USD$5-$40m in due to the sale of a property, liquidation of business assets, or as the result of the demise of a loved one. Or one of your family members worked really hard and earned (or expecting to earn) a handsome sum of a couple of millions worth of cash. Due to the tremendously steep Hong Kong property prices (http://www.straitstimes.com/asia/east-asia/hk-mid-levels-apartment-sold-for-record-18213-psf ) or the China property market slow-down (https://www.cnbc.com/2017/10/23/china-property-market-now-is-the-time-to-cool.html), you or your family member are not very sure which is the safest country to invest wisely.
As compared to China’s 25%, Singapore has only 17% corporate income tax rate – among the lowest in the world – and is widely perceived as a tax haven. Moreover, majority of local people in Singapore speak Mandarin which is an added advantage for Chinese investors and businesspeople to connect fluently as compared to the other top business cities which have extremely poor Mandarin receptivity like London, New York, Tokyo or Paris.
If you have decided Singapore, would you choose to leave it in a bank, invest in equities, or invest in property?