According to the Singapore Corporate Law, a company must comply with certain requirements before the registration procedure. Foreign investors must know the following information:
Foreign investors must also hire a Singapore law firm or a professional firm to conduct the company registration procedure.
The company registration process is also explained in the video below:
According to the Companies Law in Singapore, when incorporating a company, the following documents must be submitted with the Companies Registrar:
Foreign enterprisers must submit a passport copy, proof of overseas residential address, a personal and business profile. Foreign companies opening subsidiaries in Singapore must submit a copy after the company’s certificate of incorporation. Our law firm in Singapore can draft the Articles of Association for companies to be registered.
Once the Singapore company is registered the Companies Registrar will issue the certificate of incorporation and a company business profile which will be useful for further post-incorporation procedures. After the company is registered there are few other steps to complete before starting operating:
Once the company has been registered, the Companies Law provisions certain annual filing requirements. For details about annual filing requirements you may contact our Singapore lawyers.
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