SINGAPORE COMPANY INCORPORATION

Company Formation Services

As an aspiring entrepreneur in Singapore, you should be able to develop your business without worrying about compliance to the myriad rules and regulations.

With Primex, you will be assisted from Incorporation of Company to Corporate Secretarial services by our professionals.

Singapore Company Registration Services

Setting up a new Singapore company can be done quickly at affordable costs. As long as you are above the age of 21 years old, you can incorporate a new Singapore company.

Our experts at Raffles will be able to guide you through the process of company incorporation to ensure that you set up the type of company suitable for your business requirements while operating within the laws of the land. We can guide you through the complete process of registering a company in Singapore.

  • With no capital gains tax, robust IP protection, and one of the lowest corporate tax rates in the world, Singapore has topped the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business index year after year.
  • In addition, 75 comprehensive double taxation agreements and 8 limited treaties dealing with income from shipping and air transport enterprises, as well as no controlled foreign company rules, make the city-state the most preferred destination for company incorporation in Asia.
  • Singapore Company Incorporation is the leading force in company registration in Singapore. With a gamut of services including Work Visas & Relocation, Accounting & Taxation, Business Licenses, Company Secretary and Trademark Registration, we are well-positioned to support your business.

Our services include:

  • Application for proposed company name approval with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (“ACRA”).
  • Preparing Memorandum and Articles of Association.
  • Witnessing of signatures of both directors and shareholders residing in Singapore, if required.
  • Preparing and lodging all prescribed forms and requisite documents with the ACRA.
  • Obtaining Certificate of Confirmation of Incorporation.
  • Preparing transfer documentation relating to transfer of subscriber shares.
  • Arranging for the submission of prescribed electronic forms to the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore and obtaining Certificate(s) of Stamp Duty.
  • Arranging for the purchase of common seal and rubber stamp.
  • Printing of copies of Memorandum and Articles of Association.
  • Setting up minutes book and statutory registers, etc.
  • Preparing first board meeting or first directors’ resolutions in writing.