Founded by a group of professionals with a wealth of offshore and onshore experience from different jurisdictions. 

 
 

JURISDICTIONS



Why Offshore Companies?


Offshore Jurisdictions 

British Virgin Island (BVI) 

Seychelles

Mauritius

Cayman Island


For other Jurisdictions, please contact us.

 
 
  PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY FORMATION

Private Limited Company Formation / Incorporation
Our corporate secretarial service can assist you in local company formation, branch formation and set up representative office in Singapore. We can provide you with corporate secretarial assistance, filing of statutory returns, maintaining your statutory registers or even providing you with registered business office address while you are looking for your business premises. 

After registration of the company's memorandum and articles of association (M & A) and upon its compliance with all other requirements. The Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) will sent an Email Notification for Notice of Incorporation of the Company. The Company exists formally when the Notice of Incorporation is received. Our Professional Service rendered under this service :-
  • Processing for Pte Ltd Company application and Incorporation documents as required by the ACRA.
  • Preparation of Share Certificates for all Shareholders
  • Company Common Seal
  • Memorandum and Articles of Association,
  • Statutory Registers
  • Minutes Book
  • Resolution for Opening Bank Accounts
  • Termination of Business (for business converting to Pte Ltd)
Foreigner / Foreign Corporation If you are setting up business in Singapore for the first time, we can assist you in applying for employment pass, provide you with nominee shareholders, nominee directors and company secretary. We can even put you in touch with other professionals who will ensure that you are provided with comfortable accommodation both at work and at home.

A foreign corporation wishing to set up business in Singapore may register a branch or incorporate a Singapore subsidiary company.A foreign trading company may operate either as a wholly owned subsidiary or as a branch of the parent company if it is selling its parent company's products in Singapore, or representing manufacturers who do not have any local distributor, or using Singapore as a base to service regional markets.

Representative offices
Foreign companies may set up representative offices in Singapore. A representative office however, cannot engage in business or conclude contracts or open or negotiate any letters of credit. It can only serve as a promotional and liaison office. A representative office has to be registered with the Trade Development Board.

Subsidiary company
The main requirements for the incorporation of a Singapore subsidiary company are:
  • Name approved by the ACRA;
  • Two or more shareholders, each subscribing to at least one share in the proposed company;
  • A printed and duly signed memorandum and articles of association (constitutional documents);
  • At least two directors who must be natural persons and one of whom must be ordinarily resident in Singapore, the resident director need not be a Singapore citizen;
  • A resident secretary who must be a natural person; and
  • A registered office in Singapore.

Branch company
The requirements for registration of a branch are also prescribed by the Companies Act. Application must also be made to the ACRA for approval of its name. However, the documents required to be filed with the ACRA for the purpose of registration differ from those required for the incorporation of a Singapore subsidiary company.

If the original documents of the foreign corporation are not in English, certified translated copies in English must be filed with the ACRA. These are the documents to be filed for the registration of a branch:
  • A certified copy of its certificate of incorporation in the foreign country;
  • A certified copy of the instrument defining its constitution;
  • A list of directors with their particulars;
  • If any of the directors are resident in Singapore and are members of the local board of directors, a memorandum stating the powers of the local directors;
  • A memorandum of appointment or power of attorney of two or more local agents authorised to accept notices served on the branch on its behalf. The local agents must be natural persons resident in (not necessarily citizens of) Singapore;
  • A statutory declaration in prescribed form made by the agent confirming particulars of the branch; and
  • A notice of location of its registered office in Singapore.
If the original documents of the foreign corporation are not in English, certified translated copies in English must be filed with the ACRA.

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