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Rich Asians Turn to Music After Betting on Soccer Craze

Asia’s legions of wealthy investors are getting a chance to profit from the boom in music streaming as Spotify and its peers gain popularity.

Swiss-Asia Holding Pte, which previously marketed soccer-linked notes to clients, aims to raise $100 million for securities linked to royalties generated from song rights, according to Anthony S. Casey, investment manager for the Singapore-based company. Investors in the soccer product — notes backed by soccer clubs’ TV rights — are expected to switch to the new security now that the old ones have matured, he said.
The Music notes have already been bought by DBS Private Bank, Julius Baer Group Ltd. and Bank of Singapore for Asian clients. Even as rising interest rates present wealthy people with more options for investment, there’s still demand to diversify into alternative assets that aren’t correlated to broader market volatility.Read full article here:

Friends of University of Warwick Singapore Fundraising Auction!

Glad to be involved in this project to fund these kids to school. Proud to be part of the future of the next generation!

  • Anthony S Casey Singapore
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Updates From the Warwick Scholarships Beneficiaries!

2018 has been a great year so far for my scholarship beneficiaries.  Seeing students like Jess and Edward doing well is genuinely heartening and makes the reason to support such causes worth well.

To more future sponsorships ahead!

– Anthony S Casey, Singapore

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Pioneering A New Investment

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Anthony S. Casey of Swiss Asia explains the firm’s offering of the Football Finance Note, and how it provides Asia’s wealthy with the opportunity to buy into English and European soccer. The next step is a similar product for other sports such as cricket, tennis, golf and more.