其實新加坡的法例列明: http://www.mas.gov.sg/resource/l ... ode_11_Nov_2009.pdf
9.2 The total borrowings and deferred payments15 (together the “aggregate leverage”) of a property fund should not exceed 35% of the fund's deposited property. The aggregate leverage of a property fund may exceed 35% of the fund’s deposited property (up to a maximum of 60%) only if a credit rating of the property fund from Fitch Inc., Moody’s or Standard and Poor’s is obtained and disclosed to the public. The property fund should continue to maintain and disclose a credit rating so long as its aggregate leverage exceeds 35% of the fund’s deposited property.
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Investopedia explains 'Gearing Ratio'
The higher a company's degree of leverage, the more the company is considered risky. As for most ratios, an acceptable level is determined by its comparison to ratios of companies in the same industry. The best known examples of gearing ratios include the debt-to-equity ratio (total debt / total equity), times interest earned (EBIT / total interest), equity ratio (equity / assets), and debt ratio (total debt / total assets).