About Us

Advancecom Corporation Pte. Ltd., headquartered in Singapore, is a private investment firm established in 2007.

Our investments target vital economic sectors which include: healthcare, aquaculture, media, technology, industrial and manufacturing. Additionally, Advancecom Corporation may consider other growth sectors, on a case by case basis. We’ve built our firm on long term relationships and enduring values, establishing a national reputation for vision, integrity and innovation.


We Offer Comprehensive Investment Management Capabilities

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Bitcoin futures surge past $17,000 on launch day
December 11, 2017
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The front-month bitcoin futures contract XBTc1 on the Chicago-based CBOE Futures Exchange surged past $17,000 on Monday, the first day of trading. Virtual currency Bit...
Uber heads to court in fight for London survival
December 11, 2017
LONDON (Reuters) - Uber [UBER.UL] will defend its right to operate in London in a court hearing on Monday after the app was deemed unfit to run a taxi service and stripped of its license ...
Thyssenkrupp makes offer to workers for Tata Steel deal: sources
December 10, 2017
BERLIN (Reuters) - Thyssenkrupp (TKAG.DE) has offered workers commitments on jobs and investments to get union backing for its deal with Tata Steel (TISC.NS) to merge their European steel...
After bitcoin’s wild week, traders brace for futures launch
December 10, 2017
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The newest way to bet on bitcoin, the cyptocurrency that has taken Wall Street by storm with its stratospheric price rise and wild daily gyrations, will arrive on Sun...
Bangladesh minister says wants to ‘wipe out’ Manila bank for heist role
December 10, 2017
DHAKA (Reuters) - Bangladesh’s finance minister said late on Saturday he wanted to “wipe out” a Philippines bank that was used to channel $81 million stolen from the Bangladeshi central b
VW executive convicted in U.S. may seek transfer to Germany: Welt am Sonntag
December 10, 2017
BERLIN (Reuters) - Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) executive Oliver Schmidt, convicted in the United States this week for his role in the German carmaker’s emissions scandal, may ask to serve his