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Incomlend Capital Provides Investment Opportunities for Investors Following MAS Accreditation

Incomlend Capital will now be able to conduct fund management activities thanks to the Capital Markets Services (CMS) licence it recently received from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).

A CMS licence allows a company to set up and manage funds and collective investment schemes. Having received the licence, Incomlend Capital will now be able to offer institutional and accredited investors a range of trade finance investment solutions.

Incomlend Capital seeks to provide investors with returns in the trade finance receivables market on a risk-adjusted basis. Investors will benefit from the fund management team’s active portfolio management, risk management, and security selection in addition to having their investments held in a transparent and secured asset-holding structure.

Incomlend Capital hopes to raise $500million for the programme, and is currently in discussion with institutional investors; including talks over $60million investment from the European alternative asset manager, Fasanara Capital.

One of the significant funds that Incomlend Capital will be managing is the Incomlend Environment Social, and Governance (ESG) Invoice Financing Programme, Asia’s first ESG-focused structured finance programme.

The initiative allows small and medium enterprises (SMEs) that meet the ESG and financial criteria to access quick turnaround invoice financing solutions. It also connects socially conscious investors with responsible, sustainable SMEs and enables investors to find investments that better fit their values and financial goals.

Furthermore, Incomlend Capital will allow accredited investors access to the Incomlend Group’s global invoice financing marketplace through the management of funds.

The marketplace currently gives SMEs access to working capital solutions by matching proven exporters and importers with investors. Since its launch in 2016, Incomlend Group has financed over $500million in trades in over 50 countries.

Incomlend Group currently counts venture capital funds, including Sequoia Capital and GTRVentures, and logistics multinational corporations, such as CMA CGM, as its strategic partners. Having secured the CMS licence, Incomlend Capital is now looking to partner with more global fund managers to place their products with accredited and institutional investors.

Swajit Rath, CEO, Incomlend Capital
Swajit Rath, CEO, Incomlend Capital

Incomlend Capital CEO Swajit Rath commented: “As a global financial hub, Singapore is a nexus for investors seeking access and quality investment opportunities across markets in the Asia Pacific and the world.

“With the CMS licence, we can deliver bespoke investment solutions and support that enable investors to achieve optimal returns at a risk level suited to their unique needs. It’s also a strategic move to scale Incomlend Group’s global invoice financing marketplace.

“With more investors and funding, we can deliver alternative working capital solutions to more quality SMEs globally, enabling them to accelerate their business growth.”


  • Tyler is a fintech journalist with specific interests in online banking and emerging AI technologies. He began his career writing with a plethora of national and international publications.

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