Register your Singapore company, easily, safely + fast
 

We incorporate companies almost daily, since 2002.

ACRA Licensed and granted powers to process all 49 variations of Singapore companies. We give proper advice, help you navigate fast, accurately.


Your SingPass is not required.

Start with our experts over email, Zoom or in person.

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What is needed to register a Singapore company?
 

1. Company Type

There are 7 types of companies which can be incorporated in Singapore. When you submit your company name application, you must specify the relevant company type. The available options are:

1. Exempt private company

2. Private company limited by shares

3. Public company limited by shares

4. Public company limited by guarantee

5. Unlimited private company

6. Unlimited exempt private company

7. Unlimited public company

Sorry we don’t and wouldn’t have to hardsell/ upsell or try entice your signup. Not salespeople and we know our strength as good advisors well. Time is better spent on actual progress, helping decision makers coping with so much expectations.


2. Company Name

Actually you don’t if you’re not on this page.

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3. Business Activities/ SSIC

Actually you don’t if you’re not on this page.

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4. Registered Address

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5. Capital, Shares

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6. Director(s)

Every company must have at least one director who is locally resident in Singapore. It is required by law. If you do not have one, the company cannot be incorporated. He/ she must be at least 18 years old, of full legal capacity, a Singapore NRIC holder with a valid Singapore residential address, not disqualified from acting as a director of a company (e.g. an undischarged bankrupt).

The company may have director(s) who are foreigner(s), subject to valid proof of identification (passport/ national ID) and proof of residential address (POR) in the form of verifiable records in English which includes national telco/ utilities bill not more than 3 months ago to a residential address, notarised bank statement or statutory declaration.

After incorporation, if at any time the company is without a resident director, this is considered failure to comply with statutory requirements, an offence which may result in fines or prosecution.


7. Shareholder(s)

A shareholder is an owner of a company as determined by the number of shares they own. A shareholder can be an individual or a corporate entity (commonly known as a corporate shareholder) who owns a share or multiple shares of the company. A company can be owned by multiple individuals or a single corporate shareholder. To be considered a shareholder, you must own at least one share of the company.

Shareholders (often referred to as, “the members”) are the actual owners of the company. The minimum number of shareholders is one; maximum number is twenty for an exempt private limited company.

A Shareholder is entitled to receive a share of the profits when the company does well and declares a dividend. Shareholder may vote on certain matters with regard to the company.

Can the Shareholder also be a Director?

The shareholder and director are two different roles, although a shareholder can be appointed to be a director at the same time. The shareholder(s) is the owner of the company and is entitled to privileges such as receiving profits and exercising control over the management of the company. A director, on the other hand, is the person hired by the shareholder to perform responsibilities that are related to the company’s daily operations, with the intent of managing the company to make profits.

Can a foreign individual or a foreign company be 100% shareholder of a Singapore company?

In Singapore, the Companies Act allows for 100% ownership of Singapore companies by foreign persons or corporate entities. Although there are some restrictions on the type of business activities that a company can engage in. No special approvals are required by foreigners where there are no restrictions on business activity.


8. Company Secretary

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9. RORC, RONS, CorpPass

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How fast?
Average from 1 hour

Need an appointment?
Visit our head office on weekdays 9am to 6pm

Visit to ask questions first?
Sure, we like well-informed clients

What to bring?
NRIC holders, just original NRIC
FIN holders, original FIN card and recent POR
Foreigners, original passport and recent POR notarised
Foreign corporate shareholders, email for assistance

Payment methods?
PayNow UEN, SGQR, Funds Transfer, Cash

After registered?
We advise you to apply for company bank account and start business!

   

   

   

 

 

Company Incorporation  


1 Year Named Company Secretary
  • Statutory Corporate Retainer Service
  • Named Company Secretary Per C.A
  • AGM + AR, basic advisory and service
  • Recommended for new startups

S$560.00



1 Year Professional Company Secretary
  • Statutory Corporate Retainer Service
  • Named Professional as Co. Secretary
  • AGM + AR, all non shares resolutions
  • Recommended for new startups

S$720.00



Statutory Nominee Company Shareholder
  • Professional as Nominee Shareholder
  • Named will be active business person
  • Screened non conflict of interests
  • Appointed to hold shares for you

S$500.00