Commonwealth countries have traditionally been making it mandatory to have a common seal.
Recently requirement to have a common seal has been abolished by some of the countries.
However as per Singapore laws, it is mandatory for every Singapore registered company to have a common seal.
Continue reading “Common Seal of Singapore Companies”
If you are having a Singapore Company or liaising regularly with a Singapore Company, Business Profile is the most common document that you will frequently come across.
There is a lot of information about Singapore company setup or formation all over the internet, however it is scattered all over the place and this is an attempt to summarize the relevant information at one place to provide overview of all the basic information as well as incidental and ancillary matters at a glance as well as DIY TIPS. Continue reading “All you need to know about Singapore Company Incorporation, Registration or Establishment – A Step by Step Guide and DIY TIPS”
ACRA (Singapore Registrar of Companies) doesn’t issue any Certificate of Incorporation at time of incorporation and an e-notification of incorporation is generated electronically, which bears no signatures. Continue reading “Certificate of Incorporation of Singapore Companies”
Apostille is a very usual way of authentication of documentation for uses overseas. Most common uses of such apostille documents being- opening of bank account overseas, opening of subsidiary company/branch offices overseas, GST/VAT registration overseas etc. Continue reading “How to get documents apostille or legalized in Singapore”
In most of commonwealth countries, there is this concept of authorised capital. Authorised capital refers to the maximum permissible amount of capital up to which the share capital of the company can be increased. Continue reading “Abolishment of Authorised Capital and Share Premium for Singapore Companies”
A charge is a right or an interest obtained by a creditor or a lender in the property of the company as a security for the debt provided to the company. Such charges are required to be updated with Registrar of Companies at time of creating, or if there are changes, as well as when the charges are satisfied. Continue reading “Charge Filings (Creation, variation or satisfaction of Charges) for Singapore Companies”
There are situations when the appointed Company secretary needs to be resigned or changed and this is a fairly simple process if the outgoing company secretary is cooperative with this. Continue reading “Removing or changing Company Secretary of Singapore Company”
All Singapore companies are required to have a locally resident company secretary (Citizen/Permanent Resident/Employment Pass holder/S Pass holder). Continue reading “Requirement of Company Secretary for a Singapore Company and FAQ”