Dealing with organisational and business structuring complexities continue to be a key management initiative as cross-border or globalisation activities occupy the agenda of many corporate leadership meetings today.

As responsibilities of company directors, agents or representatives evolve alongside market and industry development, complying with disclosure and reporting standards remain as one of our most tractable capabilities served by our team of professionals.

The range of business entities we support include:


A sole proprietorship is the simplest but the riskiest type of business form in Singapore. From a legal perspective, sole proprietorship is not a separately incorporated entity and therefore the owner and the business are one and the same. The owner personally owns all assets and liabilities of the business. There is no protection of personal assets from business risks and liabilities.


A partnership business structure attempts to address the limited expansion constraint faced by a sole-proprietorship by allowing two or more individuals to establish and co-own a business. A partnership firm has no legal existence separate from its partners. It comes to an end with the death, insolvency, incapacity or the retirement of a partner.

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP)

LLP is the most recent and advanced business incorporation structure. It combines the features of partnerships and companies. LLP was introduced in Singapore in 2005 through the enactment of Limited Liability Partnership Act. Registering an LLP gives owners the flexibility of operating as a partnership whilst enjoying many of the benefits that come with a corporate body like a private limited company.

Private Limited Companies

Private Limited Companies are companies limited by shares pursuant to, and governed by the Singapore Companies Act. The shareholders cannot be held personally liable for the debts of Limited Companies, with their liability limited to the amount of shares that have been issued to them which they have not fully paid for. The number of shareholders is limited to fifty or less.

Singapore Branch Office

A branch office is registered in Singapore as an extension of its parent company and not as a separately incorporated entity. The liabilities of a branch office extend to its parent company.

Subsidiary Company

A subsidiary company, is a company registered in Singapore whereby the parent company controls its composition of the board of directors, controls more than half of its voting power or holds more than half of the subsidiary’s issued share capital.

Why engage our Incorporation Services?

Our Incorporation services include

  • Preparing of Pre-incorporation and Post-incorporation documents
  • Conducting adequate due diligence
  • Drafting of Memorandum and Articles of Association
  • Nominee company secretary
  • Registered office address for the company
  • Nominee local resident director
  • Nominee shareholder/beneficial owner
  • Drafting of shareholder agreements and trust deeds
  • Maintenance of statutory records (i.e. Shares registers, minutes book, share certificates and common seal)
  • Preparation of annual meeting documents and filing of annual returns
  • Advice and implementation of changes to company structure, as required

What our Packages include?

Our Incorporation packages include

  • Nominee company secretary
  • Name application and incorporation
  • Government registration fee
  • Drafting of Memorandum and Articles of Association
  • Company profile
  • Minutes book & Shares registers
  • Share certificates
  • Common seal