On 19 December 2023, the Hong Kong Government announced details of the new Capital Investment Entrant Scheme (CIES). The new CIES is expected to go into effect in mid-2024. The new CIES is aimed to help strengthen the development of the asset and wealth management, financial and related professional service sectors in Hong Kong, and bring more business opportunities and high-quality job prospects to all segments of the industry’s service chain.
To qualify for admission under the Scheme, the applicant must :
Upon receiving provisional approval, applicants will be granted a visitor stay for up to 180 days. During this period, they must make a minimum investment of at least HK$30 million in permissible investment assets. This includes:
RAM Hong Kong Funds are eligible collective investment schemes for the CIES, allowing applicants to allocate any portion of their required HK$27 million investment, with the flexibility to switch from initial low-risk options like government bonds to higher-return investments on any monthly Dealing Date.
All RAM CIES investment funds are registered with the SFC
All administration and reporting is taken care of for you
Choose form a range of investment options and retain the flexibility to change the investment allocation over time
No Hong Kong taxes are applicable for eligible investments (excluding Hong Kong Real Property)
Approved Bank Custodian appointed to hold assets
Your personal investment portfolio can be viewed at any time through our dedicated web portal
|Open Ended Fund Company (OFC*)
|Hong Kong SAR
|RAM OFC FUND SIZE
|HKD 899 Million
|SUBSCRIPTION FREQUENCY/DEALING DATE
|Monthly, dealing on the first business day of each month
|At least 2 Business Days before the Dealing Date
|At least 30 calendar days before the relevant Dealing Day
|RAM Investment Advisors Limited
|CCB (Asia) Trustee Company Limited
Data as of 31 December 2023
*RAM OFC, a Hong Kong Open-ended Fund Company incorporated in Hong Kong with Company number OF125, and registered with the Securities and Futures Commission of Hong Kong (“SFC”)
High Income Funds with Capital Stability
The Hong Kong Income Fund aims to preserve capital and generate consistent income by investing in a diversified portfolio of fixed income, equity, and credit securities.
100% Investment in Hong Kong Government Bonds
The only available government bond fund for the CIES.
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