- Finhub Capital is a société en commandite spéciale (SCSp) registered under the laws of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg having its registered office at 26, Boulevard Royal Luxembourg, 2449 Luxembourg and which is registered with the Luxembourg Trade and Companies Registry with number B246268.
The Fund established with a subscribed capital of one hundred million euros (100,000,000 euros.- ) based on the financial assessment of liquid tangible assets, including 50 million ordinary shares and 50 million secured shares.
Additionally, 100 (one hundred) voting shares were issued, including 1 share belonging to the General Partner ICOD & Partners S.à r.l.
The Fund aims to produce positive returns with medium/high volatility (range and frequency of price movement).
Part of net income the Fund generates will be reinvested and reflected in the value of your Shares.
General Partner of ICOD & Partners S.à r.l., a professional law firm in the field of finance and investment.
Thanks to the knowledge and expertise of the General Partner’s team and the assistance of dedicated experts in asset and property management, the Fund was set up to propose a tailor made product to meet the specific needs of institutional and sophisticated investors, family offices and High Net worth Individuals.
The recent EU Directive on Alternative Investment Fund Managers (‘AIFMD’) transposed to the Luxembourgish law expanded the corporate legal framework by introducing a new form of limited partnership – a special limited partnership (société en commandite special or a SCSp).
The new SCSp is similar to the Anglo-Saxon Limited Partnerships, which are characterized by the corporate flexibility and tax transparency. Therefore, the new SCSp’s shall be particularly attractive to investors, in in the fields of real estate and private equity sector. The main specificity of the SCSp is that it is not vested with legal personality, although the assets can be registered in the name of the partnership.
In regard to application of income tax the Luxembourg Tax Law (LTL) considers that such SCSp’s are deemed as tax transparent.
The voting and distribution rights do not need to be proportional to the contributions of partners and can be freely determined by the partnership agreement
Rights to information can be restricted in the partnership agreement, as well as the access of the partners to the shareholder registry
Partnership interests can take the form of cash, contribution in kind
Partnership interests can be represented by securities, which can be issued freely including for new partners as per the limited partnership agreement
The partnership can issue debt securities