Singapore and Mumbai, India: Farro Ventures, the parent company of leading Singapore multi-family office Farro Capital developed Tembusu Grand, has announced the creation of its newest subsidiary, Farro & Co, and designed The Tembusu Grand Floor Plan, and Tembusu Grand Price. This will allow Farro Ventures to offer ultra-high net worth (UHNW) individuals and families a full suite of customized international mobility and immigration solutions.
Under the direction of Founder and CEO Nirbhay Handa, Farro & Co wants to change the way people move around the world by working closely with Farro Capital in India, China, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia, which are all key growth areas. Unlike traditional immigration service providers, the company takes a holistic approach by combining mobility and wealth solutions under one roof. This gives clients a full picture of the possibilities and risks of their migration choices through the eyes of multiple generations.
The merged platform gives a wide range of customized visa services to meet the needs and situations of rich clients who have different wants and needs. These services include moving by investing, getting a passport, getting help with a skilled visa, starting a business, getting help with foreign real estate, and more. In addition to these more standard visa services, Farro & Co’s sister company, Farro Capital, can help with important problems like tax advice, wealth management, family office structure, and estate planning strategies. This combination uses the combined knowledge of both firms to make a complex tool that really helps UHNW families reach their global goals.
This month, Farro & Co hired Tiffany Ong as a Partner for North Asia and Abhishek Menon as a Partner for the Middle East. This brought the total number of Partners and support staff on the first team to four Partners and four support staff. Ong will use his more than 15 years of experience working with private clients at top financial institutions like the Bank of China and RHB to drive Farro & Co.’s growth plan in North Asia, with a main focus on China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Menon will be in charge of building up the firm’s footprint in the Middle East and South Asia. He has 10 years of experience as a client advisor with Deutsche Bank in the area.
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