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Singapore Company Incorporation

2020-07-02T16:29:05+08:00December 4th, 2014|64 Comments

Singapore company incorporation and registration are often done for locals and foreigners alike. The Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) oversees all company incorporation in Singapore.

Singapore Incorporation

As the #1 corporate service provider in Singapore, Paul Hype Page & Co is the country’s best at helping clients incorporate a Singapore company. 

Those who engage with us will receive the industry’s best services to assist in the setting up of a Singapore business to be owned by a foreigner. At Paul Hype Page & Co, we will adhere to all administrative and business needs in accordance with all statutory regulations and requirements and help complete the process of Singapore business incorporation as quickly and efficiently as possible.  


Why Foreigners Should Incorporate a Company in Singapore

There are many advantages which come with the incorporation of a company in Singapore. One of the most notable advantages lies in the fact that foreigners who incorporate a company in Singapore will be able to take advantage of a more favorable business environment than that which exists in their home country. Singapore is renowned the world over for its pro-business environment which has been augmented by various policies implemented by the government. The tax rate which is imposed on the companies of Singapore is also a very generous one. The maximum corporate tax rate of Singapore is just 17%, which is one of the lowest tax rates in the world. Singapore’s government has also been and continues to be one which welcomes the input and contribution of foreigners with regard to the workforce of the country. There are many opportunities for foreigners to receive a work visa or even permanent resident status. The fact that a great many foreigners live and work in Singapore is another factor working in the favor of foreigners who plan to incorporate a company in Singapore because even after they move there, they will nevertheless experience a sense of familiarity by surrounding themselves with people who are from or have lived in their home country.


Foreigners and Singapore Company Incorporation

The company laws of Singapore state that foreigners are barred from incorporating a Singapore-based company on their own. Therefore, any foreigner who plans to incorporate a company in Singapore is required to enlist the assistance of a person who is either a citizen or permanent resident of Singapore or one who owns an Employment Pass in order to do so.

Foreigners are legally permitted to have as many companies incorporated in Singapore as are desired. All such companies may also be completely owned by foreigners.


The Process of a Successful Incorporation

By completing each of the following steps, a prospective business owner should be able to have the proposed company incorporated without too much trouble.

  • Propose and reserve a company name in Singapore. However, the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) will reject a proposed company name if it is identical to another existing company name, undesirable, or similar to an established name or trademark.
  • Prepare necessary Singapore company incorporation documents.
  • Register the company with ACRA.
  • Obtain a Company Business Profile from ACRA. It will include the following: incorporation date; amount of paid-up capital; personal information of the company’s directors, shareholders, and company secretary; the company’s registered address; the company’s name and registration number; the company’s business activities; and any previous names for the company. In many cases, all legal and contractual activities conducted by the company require soft copies of the Certificate of Incorporation and Company Business Profile.
  • Submit an electronic Certificate of Incorporation.
  • Create minutes of the first board meeting.
  • Create and keep in safe custody the company seal or company/branch office rubber stamp and pay the relevant government and professional fees.


Typically, the entire process takes about 24 to 72 hours. However, this depends on how soon we are given all the documents required. Company registration might take longer if:

  • The company’s shareholders are corporate entities
  • The identity card/passport/corporate ID fails the required AML/CFT test
  • Insufficient documents are presented
  • ACRA objects to any matters during the registration process.

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What Must Be Done After Company Incorporation

There are still certain tasks to be completed after the incorporation of a Singapore company. One task to be completed is that of appointing an auditor for the company should the company require one. 

After the incorporation of a company in Singapore, it is also a necessity to open a corporate bank account. Just as is the case with the hiring of a company secretary, Singapore’s business laws require every company registered there to have an associated corporate bank account. This legal requirement applies regardless of the nationality of the company’s owner; local and foreign company owners alike must open a corporate bank account for their respective companies. There are several important benefits linked to the opening of a corporate bank account. Corporate bank accounts make a business more organized by permitting the business’s finances to be separate from those of its owners. They also serve as a form of protection from certain business liabilities. Certain foreigners are allowed to open a corporate bank account in Singapore; however, such foreigners must either be among the company’s authorized signatories or directors. It is not always necessary for a foreigner to go to Singapore to open a corporate bank account. This is because doing so can be accomplished from abroad through the use of a Certificate of Incumbency or any other valid official document. The opening of the corporate bank account from abroad must be overseen by the Singapore bank’s foreign branch staff members, the Singapore High Commissioner or Ambassador to that country, or a notary public.


Requirements for Singapore Company Registration

  • Shareholders (individual or corporate)
  • Local resident director
  • Company secretary
  • Initial paid-up share capital of between S$1 and S$1,000
  • A registered address for the physical office in Singapore


Documents Required for Singapore Company Incorporation

  • Particulars of shareholders, directors, and company secretary
  • Company constitution 
  • Company name


For Residents

  • Scanned copy of Singapore NRIC (front and back)
  • Proof of address


For Non-Residents

  • Scanned copy of passport
  • Proof of overseas address (such as a utility bill or bank statement)


For Corporate Shareholders

  • Scanned copy of certificate of incorporation
  • Scanned copy of business profile
  • Scanned copy of Memorandum and Articles of Association
  • Proof of address
  • Copies of the corporate representative’s and beneficial owners’ passports
  • Organizational chart


Foreign Individuals’ Visa Needs after Incorporation of a Singapore Company

Once any foreigner has incorporated a company in Singapore, certain visa requirements are to be addressed so that the foreigner may continue to run the company in a manner which is in accordance with Singapore’s business laws.


  • Employment Pass
    This visa is to be used by foreigners who earn a minimum of S$3,600 per month or more and have obtained specific academic qualifications or work experience. The minimum salary amount is subject to various factors such as the foreigner’s occupation, nationality, and number of dependants of the applicant. The ownership of this visa permits a foreigner to be able to take an active role in a company’s operations while living in Singapore. Ownership of an Employment Pass also allows a foreigner to bring certain family members to Singapore through the use of a Dependant’s Pass. For one to be eligible to use Dependant’s Passes, the applicant must earn a minimum of S$6,000 every month.


  • Entrepreneur Pass
    This visa is more commonly known as the EntrePass. It is intended for foreign entrepreneurs who are interested in starting and operating their own business based in Singapore. Applications are to be made with the MOM and approval of this visa is on a case-by-case basis. However, any foreigner who intends to incorporate a company as a sole proprietorship or partnership is ineligible for this visa. Just as is the case with Employment Pass holders, EntrePass holders may bring their family members to Singapore by using a Dependant’s Pass.

It should be noted that the EntrePass is less commonly issued than the Employment Pass due to the relatively strict requirements imposed on anyone who applies for an EntrePass.


Company Types Which May Only Be Incorporated by Foreigners

In most cases, anyone who starts a company in Singapore chooses to form a company which is either a sole proprietorship, partnership, or private limited company. While each of these are certainly valid and acceptable options, foreigners are not restricted to these three company types. Several company types which exist in Singapore are only allowed to be incorporated by foreigners. Each of these company types provides specific advantages for any foreigner who is interested in starting a company in Singapore.


  • Representative Office with Business Visa

This option is typically used by foreigners who are interested in taking full advantage of the business opportunities present in Singapore and within the region. Such representative offices can enjoy the privilege of banking and trading in Singapore.


  • Foreign Branch Incorporation

Those who do not wish to incorporate a local company in Singapore may nevertheless carry out business activities by incorporating a foreign branch. A foreign branch is an extension of the parent company and is not considered a legal entity that is separate from the parent company. This entity does not have a board of directors or shares.


  • Foreign Representative Office (RO)

An RO does not have legal status but is merely an administrative arrangement. It is primarily designed for non-commercial activities. An RO is unable to carry out any profit-generating business activities in Singapore.


Tax Exemption Scheme for Newly-Incorporated Singapore Companies

The government of Singapore offers all companies which have been newly incorporated a tax exemption. This tax exemption scheme offers a 75% tax exemption on the first S$100,000 of normal chargeable income earned by the company followed by a 50% tax exemption on the subsequent S$100,000 of normal chargeable income earned by the company. The scheme is the Singaporean government’s way of encouraging entrepreneurship among people living in the country. It worked with the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) to formulate this scheme. The government considers this scheme as an important component of Singapore’s prestigious status as a regional and global business hub.

Only certain companies are eligible for this exemption. Companies which are eligible must have been registered and incorporated in Singapore, a tax resident of Singapore during the current year of assessment, and have 20 or fewer shareholders during the current year of assessment. Companies which are primarily involved in investment holding or the development of properties for sale, investment, or both are ineligible for the exemption. Businesses which are eligible for this tax exemption include private limited companies, foreign subsidiary companies, foreign branch companies, and offshore companies which have a base in Singapore.


Know Your Customer (KYC) Process

The Know Your Customer (KYC) process is recommended to be completed by every company in Singapore. It includes due diligence activities which all regulated companies must perform to ascertain relevant information from their clients for doing business with them in order to confirm the legitimacy of every company which has been incorporated in Singapore. The KYC process is important because completion of this process allows money laundering activities to be deterred. It will also be able to detect any violations of Countering the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) regulations committed by any of a company’s clients. Thus, through the KYC process, the integrity and reputation of any company based in Singapore will be protected; such companies will also not have to experience the negative circumstances which would accompany money laundering or the financing of terrorism if any of their clients would have committed such acts.

We at Paul Hype Page & Co consider the KYC process to be of utmost importance in order to avoid engaging in business activities which individuals or companies with the intent to tarnish the image of the company, the country of Singapore, or any of our clients’ home countries. We believe in having the right customers to ensure continued growth for us and our clients’ businesses. Therefore, we have created the ibizfile system which is used to simplify the completion of the KYC process. Many of our clients who have used this system have been extremely impressed with its efficacy.


Documents Required for the KYC Process

  • Passport and/or NRIC
  • Proof of address 
  • Bank statements of individuals 
  • Details of the business and ownership structure
  • Information from other regulated persons to help verify the identity, ownership, and control structure of the client’s business


Our Primary Advantage Over Our Competitors

Those who work with us do not need to be physically present for their Singapore company registration.Our state-of-the-art facilities and pending patent ibizfile system mean:

  • There is no need to visit a lawyer, registrar of oath, or any government official to certify true copies of an identity card or passport. Hence, physical presence is not required with our system.


  • All directors and shareholders are now able to complete signing of documents and all submissions via our ibizfile system online.


  • Collection and viewing of all the company incorporation documents can be done online. This is a trusted and secure system that has been tested for years, so there will be no breaches of data.

However, it must also be mentioned that the process of incorporation of companies in Singapore is not simple. Applications can be rejected if minimum requirements and standards that have been set by the relevant government bodies are not fulfilled.

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What Paul Hype Page & Co Can Do for You

As Singapore’s #1 company incorporation service provider, our dedicated corporate specialists will guide you through the entire Singapore company incorporation process.

We have three physical offices located in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. Therefore, working with Paul Hype Page & Co not only gives you access to the Singaporean client base but also the rest of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region.

Our dedicated and friendly staff at Paul Hype Page & Co will provide you with personalized and private consultation in matters such as:

  • Business liaising with the government department
  • Banking within a specific jurisdiction
  • Business license applications
  • Emailed documentation of issues about residency and financial background



At Paul Hype Page & Co, we will help you to:

  • Get timely updates on the status of your documents and proposed suggestions
  • Receive simple, virtual services which meet industry standards
  • Access documents electronically through our website
  • Find the best prices for required licenses
  • Check on common practices and report any advantages
  • Help you make structured decisions about your company
  • Help you benefit from our years of business activities and compliance experience

Singapore Company Incorporation FAQs

Is the Tax Exemption for Start-ips expected to be revoked?2020-06-19T16:33:24+08:00

The tax exemption for start-ups which has been offered by the Singaporean government is currently expected to remain in place for the foreseeable future. The government has always had the intent to develop entrepreneurship in the country. Therefore, it would like to keep this exemption in place to foster the development and growth of start-ups in Singapore.

Why is a company Business profile necessary during Incorporation?2020-06-19T16:32:43+08:00

The information listed within a company business profile is important because it verifies the details about the company. The company business profile proves that the company is genuine and devoid of the intent to deceive its customers. For this reason, the company business profile (along with the certificate of incorporation) is required for all of the company’s contractual and legal activities.

Who is allowed to Incorporate a Company in Singapore?2020-06-19T16:31:47+08:00

There are no restrictions on the identity of those who plan to incorporate a company in Singapore. Anyone who fulfills all of the necessary criteria is allowed to do so. However, those who fail to fulfill the criteria may not incorporate a Singapore company until they have done so.


  1. M H Rashid August 29, 2018 at 7:12 pm - Reply

    Hello there.
    I want open a sole proprietorship company in Singapore with a bank account.My business nature will be trading.but I don’t have any local partners . I want to know the procedure as well as the cost and time duration for registering a sole proprietorship business in Singapore. I do have a business in Bangladeshi of supplying rice.

    • eric eric August 30, 2018 at 10:00 am

      Dear Rashid

      Singapore is a good place to start a Singapore trading company. Our Singapore incorporation services allows you to set up the trading business within 5 working days and without you coming to Singapore. If you are interested to relocate to Singapore we can also apply employment pass visa for you and dependent pass visa for your immediate family members.

      There are 2 packages as below:

      Package A:

      The incorporation package is Incorporation with Nominee director

      See link for details:

      Please note that there will be a refundable deposit of $5,000

      Package B:

      f you wants to business and relocate to Singapore in 2 months’ time then Incorporation with employment pass is the package for $3,155

      See link for details :

      With more than 8 years of specialized experience on incorporation and accounting, we are confident that we can provide you the best service for your needs.

      Please use online platform ibizfile (click link below) to register and fill in your incorporation details.



  2. Nandkishor Nishad October 3, 2017 at 10:57 am - Reply

    Hello Team,
    Pls, share your email id for me to connect with you further. We are planning to incorporate an offshore company in Singapore.


    • Paul Hype Page October 5, 2017 at 9:33 am

      Hi Nandkishor,

      Welcome! You will find our all-in-one Incorporation with Employment Pass package solution the ideal choice. Do drop us an email at to set up an appointment, we would be happy to assist.


  3. Ku Khan Shen September 17, 2017 at 2:31 pm - Reply

    Dear PAUL HYPE,

    For your information, i am a Singapore PR whose is currently plan to set up a company involving in:
    1. Offshore Marine Trading material supply
    2. Offshore Marine subcontracting work
    3. International Toy trading
    4. Others international trading

    Appreciate your advice and guide to move forward for above set up with suitable business structure.
    Also suitable additional course available from your end to strengthen my know on above business concept.
    Hundred Thanks.

    Best regards,
    Ku Khan Shen

    • Paul Hype Page September 26, 2017 at 9:16 am

      Dear Ku Khan Shen,

      We would be happy to assist. However, we would need more details about the company you plan to set up in order to better advise you on the next move. Do drop us an email at for more details. Looking forward to hearing from you.

      Best Regards,

  4. Chan chy September 12, 2017 at 7:57 am - Reply

    Hi ,
    I am singaporean , how can I open a small barbershop in Singapore ? What should I need to prepare ? Can I contact to anyone for ask clearly … because I am not very well in English .

    • Paul Hype Page September 14, 2017 at 8:27 am

      Dear Chan,

      You can give us a call at 62214723 for our mandarin speaking corporate specialist to assist you. We will be able to assist you in setting up your company as private limited so you can start your barbershop thereafter.


  5. Joe Woodward September 10, 2017 at 2:17 am - Reply

    I would like to set up a company in Singapore. I have a product that is manufactured in Korea and I want to ship it to customers around the world. I would like to incorporate a company in Singapore and have payments made to this company for tax purposes. I live in Australia and do not intend to locate any personnel in Singapore. I would appreciate your initial advice please.

    • Paul Hype Page September 12, 2017 at 7:05 am

      Dear Joe,

      You’ve made a great choice! Singapore is one of the easiest places in the world to do business, and our all-in-one Incorporation with Employment Pass package is designed to help entrepreneurs just like you establish a company quickly and efficiently, taking care of everything you need.

      Do drop us an email at and let’s talk more. Looking forward to hearing from you.


  6. Raza July 15, 2017 at 2:43 am - Reply

    I want to open a company in Singapore, please guide me, i from Pakistan but doing business in Malaysia and i have 2 years multiple visa of Business ,

    So kindly tell me about this,


    • Paul Hype Page July 21, 2017 at 7:46 am

      Dear Raza,

      It will be good to use your Malaysia company as a reference and expand to Singapore. With that, you can incorporate a company in Singapore and apply for the employment pass should you need to work in Singapore as well.

      We would recommend our Incorporation with Employment Pass all in one package.


  7. Pao July 11, 2017 at 11:16 am - Reply

    Hi PHP,

    I would like inquire about setting up a company in SG. We’re a Korean company but the one to handle SG office is a Filipino. Kindly contact me through my email given.



    • Paul Hype Page July 21, 2017 at 7:33 am

      Dear Pao,

      Welcome to Singapore! We would recommend our Incorporation with Employment Pass package as your best option to establishing a company in Singapore.

      My colleague will email you shortly with more information. We look forward to working with you!


  8. Joseph June 12, 2017 at 10:01 am - Reply

    Hello- im planning to have my own vehicle transport as freelance/ and im a foreigner and want to have a business of my own and a valid working pass. My pass will end up this coming friday. Im thinking to continue with my own business. And continue my long stay in sg. With almost here for 7years with my employment pass. I hope for your soonest advice or guidance. And fast processing and help about my situation- and currently my family here with me since 2011. Thank you very much for your assistance about my matter.

    • Paul Hype Page June 16, 2017 at 1:40 am

      Dear Joseph,

      Setting up a company in Singapore is no problem. We would be happy to email you with the details. We would also recommend our all-in-one Incorporation With Employment Pass package, as we have the expertise to assist foreign entrepreneurs like yourself to set up a business efficiently in Singapore.

      My colleague will contact you soon.


  9. Sk nur Mohammad April 30, 2017 at 5:14 pm - Reply

    I’m from Dhaka. I want to open an import- export company in sg. Plz suggest me how to open company and get credit from bank.
    I also need to know ur tax policy.


    • Paul Hype Page May 2, 2017 at 4:05 am

      Dear Nur,

      Will you be relocating in Singapore as well and need a work visa? We will drop you an email with more information about Incorporation with Employment pass for your consideration. Do reply on the email so we can further assist you.


  10. Chau Ka Wing March 16, 2017 at 7:17 am - Reply

    Hi, I’m from Singapore. I would like to open a small restaurant. Is it better to have a partner or not? Pls guide me from the very first step.

    Thank you’
    Ka Wing

    • Paul Hype Page March 23, 2017 at 7:14 am

      Dear Ka Wing,

      Its depends what’s the reason for the partner. The best setup will still be Pte Ltd.

      Should you like to know more about setting up a private limited company, do drop us a note at contact us and our corporate specialist will contact you shortly.


  11. Chong Yong Zhi February 6, 2017 at 8:29 am - Reply

    Hi, I’m a Malaysian and incorporated a Private Limited Company in Malaysia. Now I would like to expand my business and wish to incorporated a SMEs(Private Limited Company) in Singapore. I would like seek for your advice the procedures, and terms and conditions to incorporate a SMEs in Singapore. Thank you.

    • Paul Hype Page February 13, 2017 at 8:04 am

      Dear Chong,

      We will be happy to assist you. My colleague in Singapore will drop you an email with more information about Singapore Incorporation solution for your refers. You can also contact our branch in Malaysia (KL) should you need any direct assistance.


  12. Nicole December 28, 2016 at 6:00 am - Reply


    Would like to set up a company in singapore with a singaporean partner, please advise what kind of permit i can apply with paid up capital of $20k. I am a malaysian with no higher qualifications.

    • Paul Hype Page January 4, 2017 at 4:00 am

      Dear Nicole,

      We can assist you with both incorporation and work visa application. We will need more information from you to see which work visa is more suitable for you as work experience and pay counts.
      My colleague will drop you an email to follow up

  13. KRS November 4, 2016 at 7:22 am - Reply

    Dear Sir/Madaam,
    I would like to register a company in singapore, it would be the trading co.
    we don’t have any local partner/director there, what would be the formalities there and what would be start up capital required.
    Also I don’t want to relocate as of now, but might be in future.
    Please advise.

    • Paul Hype Page November 7, 2016 at 3:41 am

      Hi KRS,

      There is no minimum requirement for paid-up capital. It can literally be as low as $1.

      If you are not planning to relocate right now, we can help you to appoint our long term nominee director for the whole year, then you can still become a foreign director.

      For more information, you may contact us at 6221-4711. We will be happy to assist you.

      You can also start the process by filling out our online form.

      Thank you,

  14. Ashish Ganatra October 23, 2016 at 11:33 am - Reply


    I would like to set up a company in Singapore. Plz let me know on the possibilities and options.

    • Paul Hype Page November 7, 2016 at 3:30 am

      Hi Ashish,

      We can definitely help you to set up a company but will need to know more about yourself in order to provide you more accurate advice. We will send you an email shortly for incorporation procedures.

      Thank you,


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  16. Lauri Cohen September 26, 2016 at 3:40 am - Reply


    I have recently moved with my partner to Singapore on a LTVP.
    We have a family owned business in Australia and already have a very large expat clientele from Singapore and surrounds. I want to set up our Australian business here/want to be able to work for our Australian company in Singapore. Whichever is the best way moving forward.

    How do I go about doing this?

    Thanks so much

    • Paul Hype Page September 29, 2016 at 2:37 am

      Hi Laura,

      I understand that you would like to start up an Australian business in Singapore/ work for your Australian company here. There must be the best way to do it for your case. Please allow our representative get in touch with you.


  17. Sona August 3, 2016 at 11:49 pm - Reply

    I am an indian national on dependent pass. I intend to start an apparel business in singapore by importing them from india….need guidance for the same. Thanks

    • Paul Hype Page August 11, 2016 at 4:41 am

      Dear Sona,

      You would need to obtain a LOC (letter of consent) to work in Singapore with DP (depedent Pass).

      We will be able to assist you to start your business and apply for your LOC.


  18. Senthilkumar Ganesan July 15, 2016 at 4:22 am - Reply

    Hi Team,

    I would like to know some details to start the Business in Singapore. (we are 6 people decided to start the Business -3 of the them planning to start the Restaurant Business & 3 of them IT consultant Business). we have one of our friend has the Permanent Resident Pass in Singapore, Will it be possible to use the PR to incorporate with us? Kindly let me know the details on registration part and expenses details to execute the process.

    Thanks in advance.

    Best Regards,
    Senthilkumar Ganesan

    • Paul Hype Page July 18, 2016 at 10:09 am

      Dear Ganesan,

      Yes, PR can setup the company as Director and shareholder. It will depends if you required any employment pass (work visa) for the other partners for different kind of company incorporation. Do set a meeting with our Corporate specialist for a discuession. Our charges ranges from S$800 incorporation etc… depending on the different setup required.


  19. Eason Craig July 5, 2016 at 5:39 am - Reply

    Dear Sir/Madaam,
    I would like to find out in the case of opening a business in singapore, if I have a local partner/director, however we do not as yet have a large startup capital. Myself being a Filipino, will I be able to apply for a work pass to be here in singapore to facilitate the startup of this business? This is going to be an F&B business.

    • Paul Hype Page July 12, 2016 at 4:48 am

      Dear Eason,

      You can start a private Limited company in Singapore with as little as $2 startup capital. However we do encourage an appropriate amount as capital so to prove that you have a reliable business mode. We will be able to assist you from incorporation to work visa as well as corporate Sec to ensure all the business compliance are follow up.

      Do contact us for an appointment with our corporate specialist for more details


  20. Sourabh July 2, 2016 at 11:59 pm - Reply

    Dear sir ,

    I am from India and want to register an offshore company in Singapore with the bank account . Kindly help us to proceed.

  21. arnel June 28, 2016 at 2:28 pm - Reply


    I own a business and are divided into 3 services.
    1. Website design, graphic design, mobile app design.
    2. Website hosting services and cloud services
    3. IT outsourcing services.
    I am currently in Singapore and im a foreigner but wanted to invest and start a business. I want to know what are the requirements if i will merge with a partnership in singapore. i am planning to get LTVP business visa to supervise the network systems.
    Or maybe can share how to apply as an independent owner as well and requirements if merging is abit complex.

    • Paul Hype Page July 5, 2016 at 4:19 am

      Dear Arnel

      Incorporation with Employment pass will be a good solution for your case. Please contact our corporate specialist for full details and setup procedure.

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  23. Thomas June 6, 2016 at 4:35 pm - Reply

    Dear PHP, we are singapore PR and would like to register a partnership trading business. Please advise.

    • Paul Hype Page June 8, 2016 at 4:29 am

      Dear Thomas,

      Our Incorporation team to email you shortly

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  25. Aini May 28, 2016 at 7:55 pm - Reply


    I would like to set up my own small business, like a simple cake/bakery store.
    But i am not sure how to go about it. will you help with the paper work?
    and how much will the fee be?

    Do contact me back by email.


    Regards, Aini

    • Paul Hype Page May 31, 2016 at 3:08 am

      Dear Aini,
      PHP Incorporation team will be happy to assist you with the setup of your company.
      We will drop you an email soon with more details.

  26. mandy May 27, 2016 at 7:14 am - Reply

    We would like to open a restaurant/ hawker stall in Singapore. We are total 3 partners. Please advice what is the difference for limited liability partnership and Pte ltd? How much you charge to register? What is the service included? Do you help for the license to corporate F&B?

    • Paul Hype Page May 31, 2016 at 3:37 am

      Dear Mandy,

      Yes our incorporation team will reply you via email with more details and step by step guide.


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  28. Wilson February 16, 2016 at 8:09 am - Reply

    Hi we would like to set up a fund management firm in Singapore. One partner is Singaporean and the other has an Employment Pass. Can Paul Hype advise us on the registration criteria and help us incorporate?

    • Paul Hype Page February 25, 2016 at 3:25 am

      Dear Wilson,

      It will be our forte to ensure smooth hassle-free incorporation. My consultant will be in touch with you soonest.


  29. Siniisa January 14, 2016 at 12:10 pm - Reply

    Dear Sir,

    I would like to set up a company in Singapoure that would be operated from and for Indonesian markets, since you country has a free trade/ no custom tax agreement with Indonesia. I would like your adbvice on how to approach this agenda. The company will be doing it’s bussiness as an entity form Singapoure operating in Inodnesia’s financial markets. I would appreciate very much any additional information or suggestion .
    Thank you,
    Best regards
    Sinisa Stoyanovic, Slovenia

    • Paul Hype Page February 25, 2016 at 4:17 am

      Dear Sinilisa,

      We have the incorporation solution just right for you.

      Will be in touch shortly.


  30. alex stephen August 16, 2015 at 2:46 pm - Reply

    Res sir/madam I need applying for business visa how to apply you reply me pls

    • Paul Hype Page August 18, 2015 at 10:03 am

      Dear Alex,

      Please make an appointment with our consultant for visa application. We will need more information from you in order to give you the right advise as you maybe more suitable for employment pass instead.


  31. nathan July 28, 2015 at 1:39 pm - Reply

    we already opened LLP with my Singapore partner I want to apply long term business visa to enter Singapore regularly as a partner. we need to know the documents required

    • Paul Hype Page August 4, 2015 at 6:43 am

      Hi Nathan,

      Pls make an appointment with our consultant for LTVP application. We will need more information from you in order to give you the right advise as you maybe more suitable for employment pass instead.


  32. Anchit June 3, 2015 at 5:48 am - Reply

    Need to incorporate company/ LLP in Singapore, for E-com operations, both the directors are Resident in India, Please guide what should be the way out.


  33. shrirajan March 23, 2015 at 6:05 am - Reply

    I will check the company details

    • Paul Hype Page March 24, 2015 at 5:25 am

      Dear Shrirajan,

      Please let me have more details so i can better advise you? Are you interested in Registering A Pte Ltd Company in Singapore?


    • Radha krishnan Divas April 18, 2015 at 7:36 pm

      Sir. I want open service sector company . Please guide me. I’m Indian im Doing bznz@ Dubai
      im waiting for your valuable Replay
      Regards RK Divas

    • Paul Hype Page May 6, 2015 at 6:16 am

      Dear RK Divas
      It is relatively easy to set up a company in Singapore. We will email you the detail information , all you need is to decide on your company name, and we can help you do the rest, it will take about 3 days after payment with all signed documents received.
      Looking forward to hear from you soon.

  34. yaqoob March 21, 2015 at 3:58 am - Reply

    Sir. I want open t.shirts show room. Please guide me. Im from india

    • Paul Hype Page March 24, 2015 at 5:33 am

      Dear Yaqoob,

      Firstly you need to register a company with ACRA (with a company name), then you may want to find out more information about importing goods to Singapore, also applying for working visa. My colleague will email you will more information, do feel free to contact us once you are ready so we can assist you with your company incorporation.


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