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We can assist with your company incorporation end-to-end.

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We offer company secretarial services for Startups, SMEs and MNCs.

Business Incorporation in Singapore

Any kind of business organisations in Singapore need to be registered with the local company registrar, ACRA. We help support companies and individuals on matters pertaining to Singapore company incorporation and provision of company secretary. We also assist in the preparation of all the necessary documents required for submission relating to the setting up of public and private companies, branch offices, representative offices, sole proprietorship, partnerships, limited liability partnerships and business name.

Setting up your company in Singapore has a number of advantages including limited personal liability and tax advantages making Singapore an attractive location to set up your office. You can find a list of requirements and benefits of setting up a Singapore company below.

Requirements for Opening a Company in Singapore

A minimum of 1 Shareholder

A minimum of 1 Director residing in Singapore

Appointed Company Secretary

S$1 Share Capital

Passport/IC of Shareholder(s) and Director(s)

Singapore-registered office address

Name of Proposed Company

Our Services

Business Incorporation with ACRA

  • Minutes Book
  • Shareholder Registry & Statutory Records
  • Online Incorporation
  • Minimum of S$1 Share Capital
Company Secretary

Company Secretary Service

  • Licensed Company Secretary with ACRA
  • No Transfer/Appointment Fee
  • A Relationship Manager
  • Easy Onboarding
Company Secretary Malaysia

Other Services


  • Starting Up or Closing Down
  • Ensuring Compliance
  • Advisory Matters
  • Other Services


  • Payroll Outsourcing
  • E-Leave Management
  • Talent Management and Acquisition
  • Employment Pass Services


  • Accounting Services
  • Statutory Bookkeeping​
  • Quarterly Management Reporting​
  • Tax & SST Services​

Why Set up Your Company in Singapore

Attractive Tax System

Easy to request and track status of tasks directly through our app via mobile and PC.

100% Foreign Ownership & No Currency Controls

Just complete the form on our website and our team will guide you through the steps to get started.

Ease Of Incorporation & Operation

All receipts and work can be tracked online and you only pay for the tasks you request for.

Support for Startups

Extensive network of partners for all your business needs.

Strategic Geographical Location

Fully digital client experience - no need to come to our office to get started.

A Robust Economy

Highly competitive pricing among the most affordable in the market.

Well-trained and Productive Workforce

Digitised system reducing unnecessary paperwork and speeding up the process.

Stable political and economic climate

Extensive company secretarial experience with SMEs and MNCs - Our Head of Services brings track record of 25+ years.

Why Choose Us

Our pool of professional Chartered Secretaries provides relevant advisory services to help you achieve the highest standards of reporting, disclosure and compliance in a timely and cost-effective manner.

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FAQ Singapore Company Incorporation

Foreigners incorporating in Singapore must engage the services of a corporate service provider to register a Singapore company

Singapore company registration requirements consist of:

  1. Shareholding. A company must have a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 50 shareholders. Shareholders can be natural persons or corporate entities. 100% foreign shareholding is allowed.
  2. Share Capital. The minimum paid-up capital to set up a company is S$1. A company can increase its share capital at any time by injection of additional capital.
  3. Directors. Both Singapore-resident and foreign-resident persons can be directors of a Singapore company. Corporate directors are not permitted. A company must have at least one Singapore-resident director. Singapore-resident is defined as someone who is a Singapore citizen, a Singapore permanent resident or an Employment Pass holder.
  4. Company Secretary. A company must appoint a qualified company secretary within 6 months of incorporation. The company secretary must also be a natural person and a resident of Singapore.
  5. Registered Address. Each company is required to have a local registered address in Singapore where the company will keep all of its statutory documents. The address cannot be a PO box.
  6. Company Name. The name of the company must be approved before proceeding with the registration of the company.

The registration procedure is online, quick, and efficient and consists of the following key tasks:

  1. Company name approval with ACRA
  2. Preparation of company registration documents
  3. Company registration with ACRA

Company registration government fees consist of:

  • S$15 government fee for company name application with ACRA
  • S$300 government fee for registration of the company with ACRA
  • Government fees – $315.50
  • Service fees – SGD$1,280 (Biz Vision Fees)

Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) will refuse a proposed Company names if it is similar, identical of phonetically the same as a company or business already registered in Singapore company name list in ACRA.

There is Singapore company name restrictions, use of certain words such as “bank”, “insurance”, “university”, and “education” could be subjected to control and regulation by Government authorities and will require permission before you can proceed to set up the Company. The appeal process will take 1 day to 14 days in general.

  • Certificate of incorporation of corporate shareholder
  • Business Registration documents of Corporate shareholder (memorandum and articles of association, business registration certificate)
  • Certificate of incorporation of corporate shareholder
  • Business Registration documents of Corporate shareholder (memorandum and articles of association, business registration certificate)

Company’s Constitution, Business profile (these 2 are generally the official corporate documents upon company incorporation)

A director of a company incorporated under the Companies Act, Cap 50 (‘the Act’) has to comply with a number of statutory obligations under the Act. The following are two of the statutory obligations which ACRA takes enforcement action.

  • Section 175 of the Act requires the company to hold an Annual General Meeting (AGM). Listed companies are to hold the AGM within 4 months after Financial Year End (FYE), while any other company is to hold their AGM within 6 months after FYE. Private companies may not need to hold an AGM if they meet the criteria specified in section 175A of the Act.
  • Section 197(1)(b) of the Act – The company is required to lodge an AR within 30 daysafter its AGM. A company having a share capital and keeping a branch register in any place outside Singapore, is required to lodge an AR within 60 days after its AGM.

The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) is a statutory board of the Singapore Government under the Ministry of Finance of the Singapore government in charge of tax collection.

Appointed Tax Agent is able to assist in annual tax filing requirements to IRAS.

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