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CapBridge unveils world's first rules-based trust

33-year-old Singapore venture capitalist launches US$40m seed fund in Los Angeles amid current flurry of VC activity
Thursday, February 16, 2017 - 05:50

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CapBridge's Dr Fang (above) says the CIT gives investors access to an asset class that is usually closed to them. Mr Zhuo says he wants Fika Ventures to be there for seed-stage companies before others recognise their vision and potential.

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CapBridge's Dr Fang says the CIT gives investors access to an asset class that is usually closed to them. Mr Zhuo (above) says he wants Fika Ventures to be there for seed-stage companies before others recognise their vision and potential.

Singapore

TWO new funds worth more than US$140 million have been launched by Singaporean-founded investment vehicles to support growth companies and startups globally, The Business Times has learnt.

The first is a US$100 million pre-IPO (initial public offering) fund set up by

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