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(excl. $200 govt. fee)
Incorporation Packages for Foreigners
Excludes $375 ACRA fees
Checking and reserving company name
Legal document preparation
Preparation of all registration forms
Registration with ACRA
1-year Premium Secretary
1-year Registered Address
Q & A
What are the various structure of business entities in Singapore?
There are five types of structure: Sole Proprietorship, Partnership, Limited Partnership (LP), Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) and Company by Shares.
What are the requirements for company incorporation?
To register a Singapore business, you need to have a local address, a resident director, a company secretary and a corporate bank account.
What is a Nominee Director?
Under the Companies Act, Singapore registered firms must have at least 1 local resident to be a director.
Why does Singapore require a local director for every company?
The Singapore government requires a local person to be responsible and ensure the incorporated company follows the local regulation; for example, to pay its taxes and not violate any law. In the absence of a Nominee Director, foreign owners of the company could simply abscond and abandon the company.
A local director can prevent such situations from happening by ensuring that the appointed Nominee Director of the company will undertake the necessary due diligence and ensure that the company complies with the law.
Do I need a company address?
Yes, all businesses must have a local Singapore address to register their company. The registered address is for legal purposes and official correspondences.