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Singapore Company Incorporation

31 October, 2016

Opening a private limited company would be your best choice as you can enjoy tax efficiencies when conducting business in Singapore.

What do you need?

• Company Name
Firstly, you will need to choose your company name. The Registrat will reject will reject a proposed business name if the name is:

  1. Undesirable;
  2. Identical to another; or
  3. of a kind the Minister has directed the Registrat not to accept.

To increase your chances of having your company name approved, we recommend to conduct a preliminary search before submitting the name application for official approval.

  • Registered office in Singapore
  • Paid up capital
  • Particulars of company shareholders
  • Particulars of company directors – please note that at least one company director must be a Singapore resident.
  • Particulars of the company secretary
  • A brief business description

Once all mandatory documents are submitted to the Registrat, the company registration will take only 2 days.

After Incorporation

The Company Registrat in Singapore will issue the following documents:

  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Company Business Profile containing the particulars of the newly formed company

Additional things your company should have:

  • A company seal
  • A company rubber stamp
  • A share register

Congratulations, your Singapore company has been successfully set up and you can start conducting your business!

About the Author


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