Contact our Southeast-Asian division and see how our experts can be at your service.
Primus Wealth SA operates offices in three key locations in the Southeast-Asian region: Singapore, Jakarta and Hong-Kong.
Singapore, as the financial center of the Southeast-Asian region, offers favorable regulatory and taxation frameworks as well as a well-developed financial infrastructure for investors. As the third richest country in the world, Singapore is a prime hub for wealth management due to its renowned stability, openness to international investment, and economic strength. Its strategic location and proximity to other key markets in the region create many opportunities for investors and businesses.
Hong Kong today is the main gateway to China, as well as one of the leading international financial centers, and a prime location for many financial institutions. Financial markets in Hong Kong operate under effective regulations that are in line with international standards.
Contact our representative offices in the Southeast-Asian region and see how our experts can be at your service.
Services Primus Wealth SA’s Southeast-Asian representative offices directly provide:
- wealth and estate planning and advisory
- tax planning
- corporate structure planning and advisory
- citizenship and residency programmes
Services our Southeast-Asian representative offices provide through Primus Wealth SA’s subsidiaries:
- investment fund management
- private, and venture capital fund management
- portfolio management and investment advisory
- wealth management
- EU trust formation and administration
- US trust formation and administration
- EU and US fiduciary services
- US collective investment trusts
Southeast-Asia is an economically and culturally diverse region and home to the two most rapidly developing countries of the world, Malaysia and Singapore.
Indonesia, also a prominent member of the region, has the largest economy and the only G20 member state of Southeast-Asia.
Singapore’s perfect location along trade lines and its dedication in embracing new and more contemporary markets makes the country an attractive destination for investors and financiers. Today Singapore is one of the top 3 financial hubs in the world and was ranked as the 6th in the top wealth management centers in the world by Deloitte.