No, Singaporean owned businesses do not have to abide by business laws of Singapore after expanding abroad. This is under the assumption that a separate legal entity has been formed abroad.
Yes, ACRA is allowed to force the closure of a Singapore company IF there is a court order to do so. This implies that the company must have undergone a trial and court proceedings. Read more here.
Singapore companies need to stay compliant with two authorities: namely the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore. Learn more about ACRA here.
A Memorandum of Association (MOA), also known as a company memorandum, is a legal document which is created during the formation and registration process of a company. Learn more about it here.
The scope of a Statutory Audit is defined by the relevant government agency or agencies of the country in which the audit is to take place. Read this article to learn more about Statutory Audit.
A constitution is a document that circumstantiates rules governing your company. This article is all you need to know more about Company Constitution.
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