UK Care Homes Through a Singapore SPV
Benefit from major growth in the UK care home sector by investing in a Singapore private limited companyAssured return of 8%, tax free!
Why UK Care Homes?
The UK care home sector is a fast-growing sector
Falls into the ‘fixed income’ asset class
Also falls into the ‘real estate’ asset class —
providing more security and generating an uplift should the company be sold
It is commonly accepted that having assets
in more than one class helps diversify a portfolio
These care homes are ongoing businesses, providing stable income-yields of 8% per annum
How Does It Work?
Investors buy shares in a Singapore Private Limited company — an ‘SPV’ or Special Purpose VehicleSPV accumulates fundsSPV acquires assetSPV leases asset outLessee pays SPVSPV pays dividends to investors
No property stamp dutyNo legal — conveyancing — feesNo capital gains taxes
The investor keeps more of their own money
No exorbitant management feesTransparencySingapore regulated
Why an SPV?
Why is this a good way to invest?
Each asset is owned by a separate SPV
and so ring fenced — reducing riskEach asset is owned by a separate SPV —
so the SPV can sell the asset and return
funds to investorsTransparent, Singapore regulated,
ACRA private limited company
No capital gains tax
How are dividendsguaranteed?
The stable income from the care home operator
provides the fixed income dividends — in this case 7.5-9.5%
The care home operator has excellent
experience in running care homes in the UKThe UK care home operator guarantees
the income over a 25 year periodPaid from a Standard Charted Singapore Bank Account
Returns are paid as dividends from
the Singapore Private Limited company
Dividends are capital gains tax free in Singapore
All fees and costs are paid by the company
What about all taxes
and legal fees?
Sell shares to another
shareholder in the company*
Sell shares to a person in the
CrowdHub Group network
Sell shares to a third party
There are three ways to exit
* This is done through the company secretary.
The care home operator has first refusal in buying shares, and is the most likely purchase them.
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