Company Registration in singapore


We’ll get your company registered, set up the reporting, and help open a bank account online — no need to go anywhere

No deposits,
No hidden

We don’t charge a deposit for the Nominee director service.
Government fees for incorporation and name-cheking are included. You always pay what you see.

Additional things you may need:

CorpPass Registration


Necessary for online corporate transactions with the government, like filing tax or employee-related submissions

Employment pass (EP)


84% of our applications have been successful. For those that fail, we refund 50% of the cost.

Company stamp


Self-inking rubber stamp delivered to your doorstep

Dependant’s pass (DP)


50% refund for rejected applications

Bank Account opening assistance


We only charge if you need us physically present at the bank

EP or DP renewal

S$570 per year

Apply at least 3 months before your pass expires

Our Process

1 . Fulfill the official requirements

Things that Singapore government expects every business to have:

Corporate Secretary

Singapore law requires each company to possess a Secretary. This officer is responsible of state compliance: files annual returns and resolutions on changes, prepares Annual General meetings, and processes dividends distribution.

Nominee Director

At least one among your directors has got to be a Singapore resident. Hire a Nominee — it’s a standard and legal practice.
A Nominee can't make any business decisions. But, if there’s any wrongdoing, for instance , the reports are late or incorrect, he shares responsibility. That’s why you've got to urge an Accounting package with this service.

Registered address

All Singaporean companies must have an area registered address. It goes on all legal documents.

2 . Get your company registered

Foreigners need a certified agency to file for incorporation. We collect all docs online, put them together, and send you the application to sign electronically.

We need passports and proof of address for you and any other directors of the company. You also have to send us a selfie to prove it’s really you 🙂 Next, we need the share structure — all of that goes into the company Constitution we’ll draft for you. Finally, let us know your paid-up capital — S$1 is enough.

3 . Open a bank account

We partner with four Singapore banks that can open an account for you remotely and online. We fill out applications, certify IDs, and send paperwork to banks. We don’t charge anything for it.

Each bank has their own procedure to open an account without physically visiting the branch. they are doing KYC interviews online using video conferencing and send couriers to exchange docs. ask us to find out about details, rates, and requirements.

4 . Set up Accounting routine

You need to submit several tax reports a year. Our Chartered accountant will organise your docs, prepare reports, and file them neatly. We also proactively advise on exemptions so you pay taxes smartly.

You need to submit several tax reports a year. Our accountant will organise your docs, prepare reports, and file them neatly. We also proactively advise on exemptions so you pay taxes smartly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Singapore is very welcoming to foreigners who want to incorporate. Foreigners can become directors and shareholders here without any restrictions. The only requirement is that each local company must have at least one resident director — a Singapore national or a Permanent Resident. To comply with this law, y9ou can hire a Nominee director.

Your company can have as many directors as you want, but at least one needs to be local. If you do not have someone who can play the role, hire a nominee director. For example, there can be two directors: you and the nominee. If you apply for Employment Pass from your new company, you only need the nominee service while you wait for it (about 6 months). After that, you can be the only director.

A nominee is a Singapore resident who holds the director’s position in your company but doesn’t get involved with your business. His responsibilities are to abide by the law and to always act in the best interest of your company.

  • Yes, all Singaporean companies must have a local registered address. It goes on all legal documents. If you don’t have an office address, use our service. We handle your incoming letters, scan and store them in your Osome account so you have easy access to all your documents.


Yes, it’s possible. To do that, you’ll need to receive an Employment Pass. It’s a permit that allows to live and work in Singapore. Employment Passes are sponsored by Singapore companies. To get one you need a salary of about S$6,000, especially if you plan to bring your family, too.

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