Keeping it simple

PERSONALISED DYNAMIC PORTFOLIOS AT YOUR FINGER TIPS

Carefully-curated portfolio themes for your selection.

Invest with Certainty

TOTAL TRANSPARENCY
You will be shown the complete list of stocks in each investment portfolio, so you know for sure where your funds are invested.

Invest with Certainty

TOTAL TRANSPARENCY
You will be shown the complete list of stocks in each investment portfolio, so you know for sure where your funds are invested.

Make informed decisions

WE DO ALL THE HOMEWORK FOR YOU
We start with a strategy, then build portfolios using carefully thought out selection criteria.

We share our selection process with you.

After investments are made you are kept informed through access to real time performance.

Market Views – SIA & SATS

SIA & SATS – Fly to safety or fight the trend? Here’re some price levels to help you decide.

Market Views – Aussie & Kiwi

Aussie and Kiwi price levels, following fresh policy moves from the RBNZ this week.

Market Views – Sell in May?

Sell in May and go away? Amid the current pandemic and economic uncertainty, here are just some of our views given the current situation.

March 11, 2020

US equity futures retreated with Treasury yields as investors awaited details from the Trump administration on planned stimulus measures to counter the coronavirus impact. Asian equities were mixed and the oil price extended rebounds with no clear trigger. S&P 500 futures fell as much as 2.6%, following a strong rebound on Wall Street after Monday’s plunge. President Donald Trump didn’t appear at a briefing on the outbreak after promising a day earlier he would announce a “major” economic package, leaving investors waiting.

February 11, 2020

Asian equities advanced Tuesday after US stocks hit a record high, with most sectors advancing, as investors looked past the potential economic impact of the spreading coronavirus. Shares in Hong Kong, Seoul and Sydney rose with US equity futures. Chinese stocks were little changed. Japanese financial markets are shut for a holiday. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell addresses US lawmakers this week in his semi-annual testimony and markets will be looking for any remarks on the effect of the virus on the economy and monetary policy.

Investing made affordable

INVESTING MADE ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE

We keep the minimum investment required for each portfolio low –
in some portfolios the invested sum can be as low as $1,000

Investing made affordable

INVESTING MADE ACCESSIBLE TO EVERYONE

We keep the minimum investment required for each portfolio low –
in some portfolios the invested sum can be as low as $1,000

At your convenience

ANYWHERE, ANYTIME, ANY DEVICE ACCESS
iAdvisor® is available to you 24/7 on your computer, tablet and mobile.

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ACCREDITED INVESTOR DECLARATION

Jachin Capital Pte Ltd (“JCPL”) is a holder of a Capital Markets Services (“CMS”) Licence and an Exempt Financial Adviser. We provide fund management services and financial advice to Accredited Investors. We are regulated by the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”).

Accredited Investors

Accredited investors are assumed to be better informed, better able to assess the merits and risks of investment products and services and have access to resources that protect their own interests. As such, there is less regulatory protection given to accredited investors. Should you meet the qualifications for an accredited investor as defined in the section below and wish to proceed to be treated as such, please make the following declaration.

Declaration of Investor Status

Investment strategies and model portfolios (the “Portfolios”) managed by JCPL may only be offered to “accredited investors” or “institutional investors” within the meaning of the Securities and Futures Act, Chapter 289 of Singapore (the “SFA”).

 

By using this web-site you represent and warrant that you qualify as an “accredited investor” or “institutional investor” under one of the following categories of “accredited investor” or “institutional investor” set out below.

 

Accredited Investor

  • whose net personal assets exceed in value S$2 million (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as the MAS may prescribe in place of the first amount.For the purpose of this category, in determining the value of net personal assets, the value of the individual’s primary residence: (i) is to be calculated by deducting any outstanding amounts in respect of any credit facility that is secured by the residence from the estimated fair market value of the residence; and (ii) is taken to be the lower of the following: (x) the value calculated under paragraph (i); or (y) S$1 million;
  • whose financial assets (net of any related liabilities) exceed in value S$1 million (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as MAS may prescribe in place of the first amount, where “financial asset” means –(i) a deposit as defined in Section 4B of the Banking Act (Cap. 19) of Singapore;

    (ii) an investment product as defined in section 2(1) of the Financial Advisers Act (Cap. 110) of Singapore;

    any other asset as may be prescribed by regulations made under Section 341 of the Securities and Futures Act (Cap. 289) of Singapore; or

  • whose income in the preceding 12 months is not less than S$300,000 (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as the MAS may prescribe in place of the first amount.