Singapore Company Incorporation Made Easier with our Professional Assistance
Overview of Company Incorporation
Why Register a Company in Singapore?
Unlike some other countries in ASEAN, you can incorporate a Singapore company with 100% foreign ownership in Singapore. As an open economy, the procedure of company setup in Singapore has been streamlined to make the cost of company setup more affordable in Singapore.
Aside from the efficiency in setting up a Singapore company, you are set to benefit from low tax regime and pro-business regulation in Singapore that are beneficial to foreign business community. In fact, due to the perks of incorporating a Singapore companies, many multi-national corporations have setup an Asia Headquarter in Singapore.
Before you proceed with setting up an entity in Singapore, it is important for you to understand different types of business entity and select that one that is the most beneficial for you. Read further to learn more.
Company setup options in Singapore
Which entity structure is more suitable for you?
As an entrepreneurs or business owners, choosing the right business entity structure will impact greatly on the control of the company and the amount of corporate tax that your company would pay in Singapore. Additionally, certain company activities are restricted so it is important for you to check up whether you need a business license for your kind of business activities.
One Visa provides comprehensive immigration solution and assisting in setting up a company to ensure that the entity comply with the business requirements is part of our one-stop service to assist foreign entrepreneurs in their business needs.
Our service covers the following to get your business up and running in no time:
- Details consultation to understand your business needs and advise on the best entity to set up as a foreign business;
- Advise and check on the business licensing requirements for your type of business activities ;
- Assistance with bank account opening;
- Post-incorporation service: Accounting and tax matters