Japan financing the first Subway in the Philippines

As a milestone in the infrastructures development of the Southeast Asian’s Country, it will significantly impact, among others, the real estate market and any related investment decisions.

Filipino Government got financing by the Japan International Cooperation Agency at very fair conditions (interest rate close to zero, a 12-year grace period, 40 years duration term).

As an independent real estate investment and management firm, we would be glad to get in touch with investors who already chose the Philippines and are looking for a reliable counterpart for their investments’ management, as well as for those who are interested to identify the best investment opportunities in the Philippines and would like to know our point of view.

Details about the subway.

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Foreign banks pick the Philippines as a hub for global operations

European ING and Japanese MUFG are about to start up their global hubs in the Philippines, following other banks which already chose it and are fully operating like J.P. Morgan, HSBC, Wells Fargo, among others.

Banks choose the Philippines primarily due to its large English-speaking population.

Another compelling reason is that business process outsourcing (BPO) contributes a great deal to the country’s yearly gross domestic product (GDP), and many foreign companies have set up their operation centers in the Philippines.

Many opportunities in the Financial Services are oversll opened to foreign investors to start up and expand their business. Aside Global Banking, Private Banking and Consumer Lending are probably the most interesting specific topics to focus, considering a remarkable growth of new High-Net-Worth individuals and growing incomes (together with a strong “appetite” as consumers) for large quotas of the domestic population.

Helyos matured a specific expertise to help potential investors and ventures to start their business in the Philippine financial services market, as Advisor or Partner.

Mailto admin@helyos.com.ph to get in touch.



Read more at https://www.philstar.com/business/banking/2018/05/15/1815173/more-foreign-banks-pick-philippines-hub-global-operations#zl5LGtsCHGoQgagh.99
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Helyos steps forward. Your next choice.

Real Estate Investment, Property Management, Hospitality Services.

Click on each of our business lines to know some more about us.

After three years operating as HPGF Enterprises, Helyos is now stepping forward to Helyos Corporation, our new legal structure (registration under process at the Philippine SEC).

Record-breaking Foreign Investments in the Philippines in 2017

The central bank of the Philippines registered a record-breaking $10-billion worth of net foreign direct investments (FDI) in 2017, up 21.4 percent year-on-year, with all major components posted positive on sustained investor confidence in the country’s economic growth path.

Investment opportunities in the Philippine Tourism

The Philippines need over P2 trillion in private-sector investments in the country’s key tourism destinations to lift foreign-visitor arrivals to 12 million by 2022, according to Department of Tourism.

Get in touch for advisory and partnerships. management@helyospartners.com

Stay tuned… Helyos Hospitality is going to list brand new properties for short term rental very soon!

Our short term serviced accomodations in Metro Manila:

No. 10 one bedroom apartments at Jazz Residences in Makati City

No. 4 one bedroom apartments at Grace Residences in Taguig City

No. 2 one bedroom apartments in Fort Bonifacio (Forbeswood Parklane and The Fort Residences, Forbes Town area)

N0. 4 one bedroom apartments at Shore Residences, Mall of Asia entertainment area of Pasay City are coming soon!

Stay tuned!

Our listings on Airbnb

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Live like a king after retirement in the Philippines

The Philippine Retirement Authority (PRA) plans to increase the number of foreign retirees in the country to 80,000 by 2020 through various incentives, according to the agency’s top official.

Read more: http://globalnation.inquirer.net/163059/retirement-haven-ph-targets-80000-retirees-2020#ixzz51bUfsoD9