All Singapore incorporated companies are required to comply with the provisions of the Company Act. Companies must also observe the internal regulatory procedures set out in their articles of association. The duty of directors in observing these compliance requirements is always ongoing.
Our corporate secretarial services are performed to maximise proficiency, ensuring procedures and processes are professionally administered, freeing you to concentrate on other important business matters, which including the following:
Singapore is one of the largest business hubs and finance centre in the world, and the reason behind it is its business-friendly environment. Singapore’s secure and stable trade & commerce, low tax rates, it’s no red tape and bureaucracy system as well as the prestige, reliability and a sense of integrity makes it a powerful country.
As a specialized provider of corporate services, we understand the various types of business or company structures available to our clients. You can rest assured our team of professionals will find you a business structure that best suits your needs.
We are committed to provide the following services for the entities that suited you:
FOREIGN COMPANY REGISTRATION
Branch - A legal extension of the parent company affects unlimited liabilities for the primary foreign company
Subsidiary - A locally incorporated, private limited liabilities company in Singapore, whose majority shareholder is a local or a foreign company
Representative Office - Liaison office which has no legal status set up in Singapore before making a huge investment
General partnership - A legal relationship between two or more persons who carry on a business with the objective of making profit and sharing it between them
Limited Partnership - Attractive to investors who do not wish to take active roles in the management of business and who wish to entrust the management of business to someone else who assumes unlimited liability
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) - Combines the operational flexibility of a partnership with the limited liability features of a company
Private Limited (‘Pte Ltd’) Companies - Private Limited Liability (PLL) company with number of shareholders is limited to 50 or less and has restrictions on the right to transfer its shares
This business entity structure is suitable for the individuals who wish to carry out a small business with all the profits, losses and liabilities underlying the owner responsibilities.
Besides setting up of new company, we do provide the service of striking off the company. We will assist you to go through the time consuming and complex procedure to strike off the company. We work with relevant government authorities to ensure the company is closed properly.
The requirements for striking off the company are: