Register your Private Limited Company

Starting a business is a big deal – something you might only do once in your life. Don’t risk getting it wrong elsewhere.

What are the benefits of incorporating a Private Limited Company?

Separate legal identity

A company is a separate legal entity, which means your personal assets are protected from your business liabilities.

Tax benefits

There are significant tax advantages for companies in Singapore. You can also claim tax deductions on your R&D expenses.

Perpetual existence

Since a company is considered a separate legal entity from its owner, it will continue on perpetually, even if the owner passes away thus ensuring continuity of the business.

Professional Image

A company conveys a professional image to your potential business partners, employees, and investors and creates a stable and strong base for future investment and growth.

In a nutshell

What is a Private Limited Company?

A private limited company is a legal entity, separate and distinct from its shareholders and directors. Private companies are not listed on SGX and have a maximum limit of 50 members.

Owners of the companies are known as shareholders. The shareholders then appoint directors to manage the company. According to the Singapore Companies Act, any person (foreign or local) above the age of 18 can register a Singapore company.

Who can incorporate a Private Limited Company?

Any person can incorporate a company, so long as the following requirements are met:

  • Your company name needs to be approved before incorporation.
  • You need to appoint a minimum of one resident director. An unlimited number of additional resident or non-resident directors can be appointed as well. Both resident and non-resident directors need to be at least 18 years old, not bankrupt, and free of any malpractice charges in the past.
  • You can have anywhere between 1-50 shareholders, which may or may not be directors. Shareholders can consist of both local and non-local individuals or companies, and 100% non-local shareholding is allowed. After a Singapore company is incorporated, shares can be freely issued or transferred at any time. 
  • You need to appoint a qualified resident* company secretary within 6 months of your Singapore company’s incorporation. Sole directors and/or shareholders cannot act as the company secretary.
  • You need to possess a minimum of S$1 worth of paid-up capital (also known as share capital) to register your Singapore company. This amount can be increased any time after your company is incorporated.
  • You need to provide a local, physical Singapore address as the registered address of the company. The registered address can be either a residential or commercial address, but not a P.O. Box.
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Our Company Incorporation service includes

  • Free 12 Months Corporate Secretarial Service
  • Name check and reservation
  • Preparation of registration forms
  • Our Professional fees inclusive of ACRA fees
  • E-Certificate of registration
  • Resolution to open a bank account
  • First Board Meeting Minutes
  • Preparation of Model Constitution (M&AA)

Incorporating a private limited liability company is the most common way to register a new or relocated business. A limited company Singapore style is a separate legal entity and it provides shareholders protection from debts beyond the amount of capital they contribute.

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3 simple steps

1

Answer some basic questions

Send us an enquiry and complete our simple registration form, or call us directly and one of our experts will walk you through the process.

2

We take care of the paperwork

Our incorporation experts will set up the required documents needed to get your business up and running quickly and accurately.

3

Approve Appointment

Login to approve the endorsements of Company Officers and Leftright Corporate as your new trusted company secretary.

Incorporate a Limited Liability Company @ $850

Inclusive of all registration fees. No Surprises.

  • Free 12 Months Corporate Secretarial Service
  • Name check and reservation
  • Preparation of registration forms
  • Our Professional fees inclusive of ACRA fees
  • E-Certificate of registration
  • Resolution to open a bank account
  • First Board Meeting Minutes
  • Preparation of Model Constitution (M&AA)

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Partnership (LLP)
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