Singapore Company Registration


Singapore is located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, adjacent to the southern entrance of the Strait of Malacca, the Strait of Singapore to the south of Singapore is separated from Indonesia, and the Strait of Johor to the north is separated from West Malaysia. Singapore has developed transportation and convenient transportation. The transportation industry accounts for about 10% of the country’s GDP. As of 2010, Singapore’s container port has an annual tonnage of 28.43 million TEUs, ahead of Hong Kong and second only to Shanghai, ranking second in the world.

Singapore is the only developed country among Southeast Asian countries. As of 2013, Singapore’s national income is far ahead of Southeast Asian countries by at least six times. If calculated by per capita GDP (purchasing power parity), Singapore is even the richest in the world. Ranked fourth in the country.

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The advantages of Singapore company registration

  • Singapore is one of the world’s well-known offshore financial centers in Asia, and its formation time is later than other established offshore financial centers.
  • At the same time, it also gave Singapore a reference to the management of offshore companies by other offshore financial centers, which enabled Singapore to establish a company registration method that not only attracts foreign investment, but also effectively manages risks, making Singapore gradually the most important offshore finance in Asia. One of the centers.
  • Singapore companies are more suitable for entities with actual trading activities.

Conditions for Singapore company registration

  • The subject of Singapore company registration can be one-person shareholder or one-person director;
  • The name is relatively free, but it can only be an English name;
  • Must have an actual business address;
  • Each company must appoint at least one director, and the director must be a Singapore citizen, Singapore permanent resident or employment pass holder, and the director must not be a corporate director;
  • Each private limited company must appoint a local company secretary and set up accounting books, which must be reviewed by a local auditor;
  • The detailed information of the company’s directors, shareholders and company secretary must be kept in the company registry and available for public inspection;

Method and time required to register a Singapore company

  • Self-registration takes about 3 months;
  • Look for Wanqi to help collect all the information, it will take 7 working days to complete the company registration

Information required for Singapore company registration

  • Company name: Singapore company name must be in English, Chinese name registration is currently not accepted;
  • Registered address: To register a Singapore company, you must provide a local registered address in Singapore. If the registered address is changed, you must notify the Accounting and Corporate Control Board of Singapore within 14 days;
  • Business scope: Singapore company can choose 2 business items at most;
  • Registered capital: The minimum starts from 1 SGD, and the maximum has no upper limit. There is usually no strict time limit for the payment of registered capital, and no stamp duty is levied. The newly added company’s registered capital can be in Singapore dollars or other commonly used foreign currencies;
  • Deadline of the first financial year: The first financial year of a Singapore company cannot exceed 18 months;
  • Copy of shareholder ID card (or passport), share ratio, and copy of director ID card (or passport);
  • The company’s legal secretary: any company must appoint a company secretary within 6 months of its establishment.



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