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Singapore Company Formations

Benefit of a Singapore Company

Incorporating a Pte in Singapore benefits from tax exemption for the first $100,000 profits for new companies. This benefit continues for up to 3 years with a low corporate tax of 8.5% up to $300,000 profits.

Singapore Fees to Incorporate

  • Company Formation – £680
  • Registered Office Fee – £450
  • Resident Director – £6500
  • Resident Company Secretary – £950
  • Bank Account Assistance – £320
  • Resident Director Security Deposit – £3500

Singapore Annual Maintenance Fees

  • Registered Office Fee – £450
  • Resident Director – £6500
  • Resident Company Secretary – £950
  • Directors Register Maintenance – £175

Singapore Pte Company Incorporation Process

  • Reserving your Company Name
  • Preparing papers for the local registrar and relevant authorities
  • Structuring the company as per your requirements
  • Prepare your Company Registration Forms
  • Drafting the Articles of Association / Statutes
  • File the documents with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority
  • Government Fees on Incorporation
  • Initial Government licence fee payable on incorporation
  • Electronic Certificate of Incorporation
  • Issue of shares and production of Share Certificates
  • Company profile extract from Registrar of Companies
  • All documents and certificates supplied in a professional folder
  • Delivery of documents by FedEx / DHL courier

Company Name

Before a company can be incorporated in Singapore, its name must first be approved and reserved with, the Registry of Companies & Businesses, the name is reserved for two months, during which the incorporation documents are required to be submitted and have the words ‘Pte. Ltd.’ or ‘Ltd.’ as part of its name.

Company Directors

A Singapore Company requires one director who must be resident in Singapore – defined as a Singapore citizen, a permanent resident, or a person who has been issued an employment pass.

A foreigner who wishes to act as a local director of a company can apply for an Employment Pass from the Employment Pass Department of the Ministry of Manpower.

Resident Director Roles and Responsibilities

We can appoint a local resident director for your Singapore company:

  • The service is offered for statutory compliance
  • The resident director will not be involved and will have no powers in any management, financial, or operational matters of your company
  • The resident director will not hold any shares in your company
  • The resident director will not sign any documents, which require them to confirm or verify accounts
  • The resident director will not be a signatory to the bank account
  • You can ask our resident director to resign at any time by identifying another person who can take over the function of the local resident director

Resident Director Service

The Singapore Companies Act requires all Singapore Private Limited companies to have at least one individual director who has to be an ordinary resident of Singapore: –

  • Singapore Citizen
  • Singapore Permanent Resident

Resident Director Security Deposit

We require a security deposit when we provide our Resident Director service.

Company Secretary

As per section 171 of the Singapore Companies Act, every company must appoint a qualified company secretary within 6 months of its incorporation and the secretary must be resident in Singapore. In the case of a sole director/shareholder, the same person cannot act as the company secretary.


Only one shareholder of any nationality is required for your Singapore Pte company. A director and shareholder can be the same person100% foreign shareholding is allowed.

Share Capital

Minimum paid-up share capital for registration of a Singapore company is only S$1 and the share capital can be increased any time after incorporation.

Registered Address

In order to register a Singapore company, you must provide a local Singapore address as the registered address of the company.

Singapore Company Registration Documents Required

To incorporate your private limited company in Singapore we require the following:

  • The proposed company name and intended activities of your new company.
  • Directors details: proof of identity – such as a copy of a passport or national identity card and proof of residential address.
  • Shareholders details: in the case of individuals, proof of identity – such as a copy of a passport or national identity card, proof of residential address and bank and professional references.