Most existing property syndicates or schemes that invest their assets in real property and are closed off to new investors will be considered managed investment schemes (MISs) under the Financial Markets Conduct Act 2013 (the FMCA), and will need to comply with the FMCA by 1 December 2016. An MIS must have: a licensed manager; [...]
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