Fund Structure

Kylin Investment Funds plc is authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland. Investors can monitor the fund’s performance through its annual financial reports. Kylin Investment Funds plc is placed with our depository Societe Generale S.A., Dublin Branch, who will only disburse when they have completed stringent due diligence and checks against the Fund’s Prospectus/Supplement. International accounting firm KPMG will act as the Fund’s auditors, while legal advice will be provided by Walkers Global.


Management Structure

Kylin Investment Funds plc was authorised by the Central Bank of Ireland as an umbrella investment fund focusing on immigration related investments.

Administrator & Depository: Societe Generale - Societe Generale is one of the top banks in France and is listed on stock exchanges in Paris, New York and Tokyo. It provides professional services to more than 5,000,000 private clients and enterprises.

Legal Adviser: Walkers - Walkers is a leading international law firm, providing legal, corporate and fiduciary services to global corporations, investment fund managers, financial institutions, and capital markets participants.


Investment Process

Investor makes their decision

Complete the Subscription Agreement with Kylin Investment Funds plc

Transfer €1,000,000 to the client account in Societe Generale

The investment passes Societe Generale’s verification and Anti-Money Laundering checks

The investment transfers to the Kylin Investment Funds plc account within Societe Generale

Investor receives a Certificate of Subscription

Investor makes their decision

Complete the Subscription Agreement with Kylin Investment Funds plc

Transfer €1,000,000 to the client account in Societe Generale

The investment passes Societe Generale’s verification and Anti-Money Laundering checks

The investment transfers to the Kylin Investment Funds plc account within Societe Generale

Investor receives a Certificate of Subscription


Benefits
  • According to Forbes magazine, "Ireland is one of the best five countries to do business" and IBM Global Locations Trends 2015 call it "(a) world leader in attracting high value FDI projects".
  • Highly globalised economy with numerous MNC's (Facebook, Google, Amazon), all of which have invested heavily into the Irish economy.
  • Fastest growing economy in the EU (World Economic Forum).
  • Excellent location (between America and Europe).