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Company Secretary Responsibilities

Company secretary is a person that must be present in every company in Singapore. If one is not available at the very start of the company, it must be appointed within a time period of 6 months of setting up the company. This is a requirement by the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) for any […]

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Company Secretary Role in a Singapore Registered Company

Once you have undergone company registration in Singapore, you are legally liable to appoint a Company Secretary. Under the statutory laws, Singapore’s Company Act provides governance on the appointment of the company secretary which has to be done within 6 months of a company’s incorporation. As such, you would need to be mindful of the […]

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Why Company Secretary is important to Singapore Company

When someone mentions the word “secretary” or nowadays more popularly known as “girl Friday” or “personal assistant”, the image of a well groomed and highly organised person comes to mind. Normally, people would also associate such positions with services such as filing, answering and receiving calls, diary management and the like. However, a company secretary […]

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The Company Secretary’s Role

It is primarily the responsibility of a company secretary to make sure that a company follows standard legal and financial practices and not only that but also observes corporate governance standards. Although the company secretary service does not include giving legal advice, the company secretary must have an in-depth knowledge of the laws related to […]

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ACRA Compliance

Filing Annual Returns of a Local Company All locally incorporated companies are required to hold their Annual General Meeting (AGM) and file their annual returns under S175, S197 and S201 of the Companies Act. Companies can be incorporated if you are a foreign individual, a company or if you are a local Singaporean Resident. More […]

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Singapore Company Annual Filing

Filing Annual Returns of a Local Company   All locally incorporated companies are required to hold their Annual General Meeting (AGM) and file their annual returns under S175, S197 and S201 of the Companies Act. At the AGM, directors shall present a true and fair view of the company’s accounts to their shareholders. The Companies […]

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