FAQ

Fraxtor is a real estate co-investment platform that allows like-minded accredited investors to access global investment opportunities in niche markets that are typically inaccessible to individuals, and with investment size that is too small for large institutional investors and too big for accredited investors.

Instead of buying the entire property yourself, Fraxtor provides the convenience of purchasing bite-sized shares on its web platform (hence byte-sized). As a co-investor of the property, you will own the shares of Fraxtor's Segregated Portfolio Company ("SPC") which in turn owns 100% of the property.

Fraxtor is led by Co-Founders Oliver Siah and Rachel Teo, and together with real estate industry veterans Daniel Teo and Edwin Lam, they form the investment committee which has an average of more than 30 years of deep experience in real estate investment and management.

Fraxtor's deal sourcing team is experienced in the UK, Germany and the Australian markets, and is developing expertise in the Japanese market to explore opportunities in the growing economy.

The team leverages Daniel Teo & Associates' 30-year domain knowledge and wide industry network in the real estate sector to generate a consistent deal flow.

Fraxtor is exempted by class exemption for Dealing in Securities and Fund Management under the Securities and Futures Act (Singapore), because we (i) deal in property, which does not include any capital markets products; and (ii) only deal with accredited or institutional investors.

Fraxtor adheres to the Monetary Authority of Singapore's Guidelines SFA04-N02 and has in place stringent client onboarding checks and anti-money laundering reviews to ensure that only authentic and financially-sound accredited investors are admitted into the community.

Only "Qualified Investors" who are "Accredited Investors" and/or "Institutional Investors can invest.
"Accredited Investor" means an individual
A) whose net personal assets exceed in value $2 million (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as the Authority may prescribe in place of the first amount;
B) whose financial assets (net of any related liabilities) exceed in value $1 million (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as the Authority may prescribe in place of the first amount, where “financial asset” means —
     BA) a deposit as defined in section 4B of the Banking Act;
     BB) an investment product as defined in section 2(1) of the Financial Advisers Act; or
     BC) any other asset as may be prescribed by regulations made under section 341; or
C) whose income in the preceding 12 months is not less than $300,000 (or its equivalent in a foreign currency) or such other amount as the Authority may prescribe in place of the first amount;