MALAYSIA, Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 -Qilin World Capital Ltd. donated to Handicapped and Mentally Disabled Children Association Johor Bahru as a continued pledge to Help the Helpless. This donation will be used to maintain and improve the association’s onsite facilities for their 234 residents, further their mission of educating handicapped and mentally disabled youth, and provide expert physiotherapy for children who need it most.
For the fourth consecutive year running, Qilin World Capital is delighted to be a key sponsor at RHT Rajan Menon Foundation’s annual golf charity event 2018. As a registered charity and grant-making philanthropic organization based in Singapore, the RHT Rajan Menon Foundation is dedicated to serving a range of community needs in Singapore, such as environmental conservation efforts, assistance for disadvantaged groups, the arts, and more. The RHT Rajan Menon Foundation has raised more than S$600,000 for various beneficiaries.
There are various foreign investor schemes around the world such as the UK’s Tier 1 foreign investor scheme or the US’s Immigrant Investor Program, also known as EB-5, which allow foreign nationals a residence VISA in return for a significant capital investment into that country. Raising the capital to invest in foreign schemes can be difficult, however, for individuals with a portfolio of listed stocks, Qilin World Capital can help. By taking a non-recourse stock loan or a limited recourse margin loan, investors can unlock the capital tied up in their investments without the need to sell any of their stocks. Read more…
Qilin World Capital sponsored a Shares Investment Conference in Singapore on Saturday, 10 March 2018.
Held at the SGX auditorium, the conference attracted close to 200 retail investors. Attendees were interested in learning more about China’s One Belt One Road initiative. Singapore-listed Azure Capital, Hattenland, LY Corp, 8VIC, Sapphire Corp and Pacific Star Development presented their investment cases.
Stock markets around the globe have been volatile this year and most analysts predict this pattern of pullback and recovery will continue throughout 2018. Uncertainty in the world, either because of the election cycles in Europe, the protectionist rhetoric in the U.S. or potential global trade wars, the markets will remain volatile for the foreseeable future.