All forms of business organisations in Singapore need to be registered with ACRA. Complete Corporate Services provides support and assistance to companies and individuals on matters pertaining to Singapore company incorporations. We 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.
For clients who intend to set up a private company in Singapore, our team can advise on getting your company incorporated in an efficient and proper manner.
The following requirements have to be met for a company to be incorporated:
Our services include the following:
1: Previously known as the Memorandum and Articles of Association.
A foreign company incorporated outside Singapore may establish a business or carry on business in Singapore through a Branch. A foreign company is required by law before it establishes a place of business or commences to carry on business in Singapore to lodge certain documents for registration with the ACRA.
We assist in the preparation and filing of the necessary documents for registration of a Singapore Branch online via BizFile. We can also act as corporate secretarial agent for the subsequent compliance of the continuing obligations of a Singapore Branch, annual filing of accounts and the cessation of business in Singapore or liquidation of the Singapore Branch.
Any person who is carrying on business either as a sole-proprietor or in partnership with others must register a business name or limited liability partnership (LLP) with the ACRA.
We assist in the preparation and filing of the necessary documents for registration of a business name, or LLP, appointment of a manager, changes in registered particulars, termination of registration and renewal of Certificate of Registration for business names and annual declaration and accounts for LLP.
Foreign companies may have a presence in Singapore by establishing a Representative Office (“RO”). A RO has no legal corporate status in Singapore. Its activities are restricted by rules enforced by International Enterprise Singapore (“IE Singapore”) although there is no statute governing ROs at the present time. IE Singapore and the Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”) are responsible for the registration of ROs in Singapore.
IE Singapore registers ROs from the manufacturing, trading, trade logistics and trade-related services sectors while MAS registers ROs from finance-related industries.
We assist in the preparation and filing of the necessary documents for setting up of a Representative Office including the renewal of the registration.