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CoAssets Launches New Real Estate Subsidiary for Full Spectrum of Real Estate Services

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CoAssets Limited, a Singapore-founded Fintech firm that is listed on the ASX (ASX:CA8), has launched a newly incorporated subsidiary, CoAssets Real Estate (Care) Pte Ltd. CoAssets described the new subsidiary as part of the company’s long-term growth strategy. The new CoAssets subsidiary will provide “a… Read More

CoAssets Partners with Linca Group on EPIC China Series

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CoAssets Limited (ASX: CA8), a Singapore-based crowdfunding platform and even organizer, is partnering with the Linca Group, with the support of the Fuzhou district government, to bring their EPIC series to Fuzhou, China. Entitled “One Belt, One Road – Infinite Possibilities”, the Expo in Property, Investing and… Read More

CoAssets Appoints Tommy Teo As New Chief Financial Officer

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Singapore-based crowdfunding platform CoAssets (ASX: CA8) announced on Tuesday it has appointed Tommy Teo as its new chief financial officer. Nick Bishop has stepped down from his role of chief financial officer at CoAssets, and will continue to assist with operations in Australia. CoAssets revealed that Teo is a Certified Practicing… Read More

CoAssets Announces Valiant Finance Agreement

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Singapore-based crowdfunding platform CoAssets announced on Tuesday it has signed an agreement with Valiant Finance, an emerging Australian online broking platform for small businesses. As part of the agreement, CoAsset will be a lending partner on the Valiant platform, and will facilitate funding of loans of A$75,000 up… Read More

CoAssets Successfully Lists on Australia’s Securities Exchange

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Singapore-based crowdfunding platform CoAssets announced on Monday it has officially listed on the Australian Securities Exchange Ltd (ASX). This news comes after the funding portal raised  S$6.72 million (A$6.55 million)1 under its Public Offer at an issue price of S$0.41 (A$0.40) per share. The company revealed… Read More

CoAssets to Target Smaller Developers, Expects to List on ASX this Month

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Singapore-based crowdfunding platform CoAssets is preparing to list on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) later this month. CoAssets is already traded on the NSX (CAX) but the move up to the primary exchange is viewed as enhancing credibility for the investment platform.  CoAssets is already… Read More

CoAssets Announces Plans to Host Stage Inaugural EPIC in Fuzhou, China

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Following the success of the third Expo for Property, Investing & Crowdfunding (EPIC) event in Singapore, crowdfunding platform CoAssets announced plans to host a stage inaugural EPIC event in Fuzhou, China. EPIC is described as a 1-day event that informs SMEs and startups on financing option and… Read More

CoAssets Appoints Chew Siang Chee As New CIO

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Real estate crowdfunding platform CoAssets (NSX:CAX) announced on Wednesday that it has appointed Chew Siang Chee as its new CIO. Chee is known as winner of Asia’s Best Treasurer at the Corporate Treasurer Marquee Awards 2015 and has expertise in cross-border currency transactions. Chee, commented: “Prior to my… Read More

CoAssets’ First China Deal Successfully Funds

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Real estate crowdfunding platform CoAssets (NSX:CAX) announced on Tuesday its first deal in China has successfully funded through its local platform, CoAssets China, which was opened last month. According to CoAssets, the initiative was for the renovation of a private social venue in the Gulou District in Fuzhou,… Read More

CoAssets to Host EPIC Singapore 2016 Next Month

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On Thursday, CoAssets announce that it is hosting the 2016 Expo for Property, Investing & Crowdfunding (EPIC) in Singapore next month. The crowdfunding event will take place on July 8th at the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. EPIC is described as a 1-day event that informs SMEs and startups on… Read More

CoAssets Expands: Opens Second Singapore Office

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On Tuesday, real estate crowdfunding platform CoAssets (NSX:CAX) announced it is expanding its operations by opening a second office in Singapore. This news comes just a couple months after the portal revealed details about its Australia expansion. Co-founder and CEO of CoAssets, Getty Goh, stated: “A series… Read More

Brief: CoAssets Announces “Risk-Free Crowdfunding” Program For Australian Investors

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CoAssets (NSX:CAX), launched as a real estate crowdfunding platform in Singapore, announced on Monday its new risk-free crowdfunding that is available for Aussie investors. Following last month’s launch of the CoAssets Australia website in April 2016, CoAssets revealed it is offering new users the chance to trial… Read More

CoAssets Raises Funding for First Aussie SME

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CoAssets (NSX:CAX), launched as a real estate crowdfunding platform in Singapore, has successfully raised capital online for an Australian SME, according to a report in the Australian Financial Review. In July of 2015, CoAssets became the first Southeast Asian investment platform to publicly trade shares… Read More

Brief: CoAssets Hosts Inaugural SME CORE Event

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This week, Singapore-based crowdfunding platform, CoAssets, hosted its first annual SME CORE (Capitalising Opportunities & Realising Expectations). This event aims to provide SMEs with perspective, business solutions and information from public and private sectors.   Topics discussed included the following: SME Financing and Support, Leveraging Human Resources and… Read More

CoAssets Appoints Singapore’s Ex-Chief Artillery Officer Lawrence Lim As New COO

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On Tuesday, CoAssets (NSX code: CAX), a Singapore-based crowdfunding platform, announced it has appointed ex-chief artillery officer, Lawrence Lim, as its new COO. The COO appointment comes less than a week after CoAssets announced its expansion in Australia. Speaking about the appointment, which will go into… Read More

CoAssets Set to Expand: Announces Australia Operations

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On Friday, CoAssets (NSX code: CAX), a Singapore-based crowdfunding platform, announced it was kicking off its Australia operations. The company will commence, through its Australian subsidiary, business crowdfunding in the June quarter, in addition to real estate crowdfunding. CoAssets revealed that while it has already been able… Read More

CoAssets Appoints Two Independent Directors to Board

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CoAssets (NSX code: CAX), a Singapore based crowdfunding platform, has announced the appointment of two new directors that will be joining the young company in the coming weeks. CoAssets became a publicly traded company last year establishing itself as the first real estate platform to… Read More

CoAssets Reveals Four Potential Crowdfunding Problems

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Offering up some advice for those looking to use crowdfunding, CoAssets revealed four potential problems to using the funding method (and how they should be handled). The Singapore-based real estate crowdfunding platform shared: “Crowdfunding has forever changed the way people look at fundraising whether for… Read More

CoAssets Reveals: Santa Knows A Thing Or Two About the Crowdfunding Method

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With less than two days until Christmas Day, the team at CoAssets wrote an article for Yahoo! News that explains how Santa Claus knows a thing or two about the crowdfunding method. The Singapore-based real estate crowdfunding platform shared: “Crowdfunding this holiday season can be a struggle for… Read More

Getty Goh Sits Down With CNBC to Discuss CoAssets’ Impact on Regional Markets (Video)

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Last week, CEO of Singapore-based real estate crowdfunding platform CoAssets, Getty Goh, sat down with CNBC to discuss how the website’s growth. Goh revealed that the CoAssets offers projects in the regional markets and serves the funding gap of between $1 million to $5 million…. Read More