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In What Ways will the Outsourcing Landscape Change

Trends related to outsourcing around the world are always changing. Companies need to be aware of the changes in these trends so that they can leverage the information gained from them to outsource their own functions and services in the best and most effective ways possible. The following are some of the trends which are […]

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What are the Most Recent Statistics on Outsourcing?

Many businesses around the world choose to outsource certain functions and services which are offered by the company. To do so in the best ways possible, businesses should search for competent and skilled organizations which utilize technological development to achieve excellent results. Doing so will also often lead to the saving of significant amounts of […]

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What is Disruptive Outsourcing?

The influence and impact of disruptive outsourcing has been growing at an extremely rapid rate. Disruptive outsourcing will soon be expected to overtake traditional outsourcing as the primary form of outsourcing in the corporate world. This is also true of disruptive outsourcing in Singapore.   Disruptive Outsourcing Disruptive outsourcing is outsourcing that involves the use […]

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How well are Company Directors in Singapore Paid?

Singaporean corporate laws require that every company, from the smallest to the largest and all in between, appoint someone who is qualified to serve as a company director. Only the company director is allowed to carry out certain vital business functions. These functions include fiduciary and statutory duties. A director’s fiduciary duties include the avoiding of conflicts […]

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How do I List My Company on the Singapore Stock Exchange

Singapore is one of the most stable countries in the Asia Pacific region. That being said, the Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) is one of the world’s most innovative stock markets which allows companies in all industries to trade. Among these, the Singapore Stock Exchange issued specific regulations and a secondary board for innovative and life sciences companies […]

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What is My Rights as a Shareholder?

A shareholder is an individual, a company, or an institution that owns a number of share(s) in a company. As they are also considered as the company’s owner, they are to enjoy the benefits of the company’s successes in the form of increased common stock valuation. However, if the company does poorly and the share price of […]

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Why is it Important to have a Company Constitution?

A constitution is a set of document that circumstantiates rules governing your company. The constitution will also explain the relationship between your company, its shareholders and all the directors, and any other individuals involved directly / indirectly to the company. When drafting your company’s constitution, just remember that as long as the constitution don’t conflict with the Singapore Companies (Amendment) Act 2017 or any other regulations in Singapore, it will be representing a legal binding between everyone involved […]

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What would Happen if Directors’ Breach their Duty

Before we go into that, let’s understand that company directors are personnel elected or appointed to manage a company’s business and affairs.   A Director’s Duties will include: Reviewing and implementing policies and decision making of the company Preparing and filing statutory documents with the company secretary Calling for meetings (EGM and AGM) Maintaining and keeping records of companies binding the company […]

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Do I need a License to Operate my Singapore Business? 

Not all, but there are certain business activities which require a business license in Singapore. The license is a permit issued by the Singapore government, or the relevant regulatory body that allows you to conduct a specific type of business. In order to apply for a business license in Singapore, the company must be first be registered with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory […]

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