- What’s the best way to set up your new business in Singapore?
- Are you interested in establishing a sole proprietorship, partnership or private limited company branch or a Rep Office?
Experts on the optimal corporate structure, Money Matters for Expats can advise on setting up your business in Singapore.
Whether you are interested in establishing a sole proprietorship, partnership or private limited company, branch, a Rep Office or a limited liability partnership in Singapore – Money Matters For Expats can help you. We are well-versed in the regulations and procedures for legally registering businesses with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA), and International Enterprise, the governing authorities for businesses in Singapore. .
In addition, there may be a number of other ancillary issues in connection with the registration and setting up of your business in Singapore, questions on the equity structure and shareholding, financial audit requirements, resident director requirements, employment passes, GST registration, financial year-end and compliance dates. Consideration of all these issues requires a strategic approach to registering your business based on your long-term plans.
Money Matters for Expats has extensive experience working with Singapore authorities such as the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore, Ministry of Manpower, Singapore Productivity and Standards Board (SPRING) and International Enterprise. Thus, we can offer multi-dimensional, strategic advice regarding the optimal legal structure for your business right from the start.
Once the business entity is registered we can help you with the bank account opening. We work closely with several local and international banks and can arrange meetings and prepare all documentation.