The Singapore Companies Act mandates that every Singapore incorporated company is required to appoint at least one local company secretary. The company secretary will handle ongoing statutory compliance matters and other issues related to corporate governance. This appointment is required by the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority [ACRA]. A registered company in Singapore must appoint one within 6 months of incorporation.
Paul Hype Page & Co can act as the named company secretary for your company to comply with the Companies Act. If we do so, one of our qualified secretaries will act as the named secretary for the company.
A Singapore company secretary is tasked with assisting the directors and other senior managers with the management of their respective workloads. Company secretary services include a range of duties intended to assist the directors, board members, and shareholders of the company. The company secretary ensures the company in Singapore complies with all necessary legal requirements. The secretary oversees the filing of annual returns, the registration of members, share transfers, board resolutions and other decisions of the board, and share certificates. Understand the needs of yearly company’s ACRA Compliance and how yearly tax filing requirement