Thai Property Crowdfunding

Thai property crowdfunding gives the investor an exciting opportunity to make money from carefully curated Thai property projects. Ask PUGNATORIUS Ltd. for a specific consultancy offer for your property crowdfunding project. #crowdfunding



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The factory license under the Factory Act

A factory is defined as any premise that uses machinery equivalent to five horsepower or more, or that employs seven or more people, with or without any machine, for manufacturing, producing, assembling, packing, repairing, maintaining, testing, improving, processing, conveying, storing or destroying anything included in the classes or types of factories presently listed in the Ministerial Regulations.



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Financial advisory firms in Thailand

  Thailand is a high regulated legislation. For financial advisors, not only the Foreign Business Act and Securities and Exchange Act regarding license requirements for securities business (SEC Act), but also a bundle of announcements, decrees, notifications and ministerial regulations have to be taken into consideration. It seems to be an easy solution to fly under the radar and act as an unlicensed business, either from abroad, as an individual or under a Thai company. However, getting caught results in harsh fines including imprisonment. The current list of black sheep as named and shamed by the Securities and Exchange Commission can be found here at http://market.sec.or.th/public/idisc/en/Viewmore/invalert-head The law firm advises on the […]



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The offshore bank account

Opening a corporate bank account and maintaining good relationships with the selected financial institution demands a comprehensive bank account opening strategy. Simply said, you should accept to spend more time and money for the bank account opening than for the setup of your offshore company.



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Property investments with high guaranteed rentals – not a scam

Secured property investments with 10% rental guarantee for 10 years! Real estate brokering and property developments are in Thailand unregulated businesses. Therefore it is highly appreciated that new investment schemes are leaving the traditional route and an optimized financing structure is developed and marketed. Although 10% rental return for ten years at first glance seems to be pretty ambitious, it would be unfair to condemn this generally as a Ponzi scheme to make the properties on sale more enticing. How does the buy-rent-rent scheme work? The property investment itself is carried out as usually: Either the investor acquires legal ownership in a condo or a corporate structure is set-up to hold the property through a Co., Ltd. or the […]



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Ethical investments in Alzheimer’s Super Resorts

This post explains some basic considerations regarding the general concept to participate from the healthcare shortage and nursing-unfriendly climate in the Western world by a social responsible investment in Thailand.



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Venture capital financing in Thailand

VC, Venture Capital (ธุรกิจร่วมลงทุน), as defined by the Thai Venture Capital Association, is long-term risk capital which invests as alongside entrepreneurs, typically in business with high growth potential. In the following, we describe how a start-up successfully gets a VC financing in Thailand and the legal and tax considerations on the VC provider’s side. VC firms, CVCs, banks, and the Thai government compete on Thailand’s start-up industry Angels, accelerators, incubators, kickstarter and crowdfunding: There are more than fifty traditional venture capital and private equity firms in Thailand, whose primary goal is to maximize the financial return on the investment, including 500 Startups, JDFI Asia, Scapita Partners, Sinar Mas Digital Ventures, Sumitomo Corporation Equity Asia […]



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