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Register a Company in Singapore


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Start your business and register a company in Singapore. Zolvit will guide you through all the steps and demystify the process!

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Here’s What You’ll Need

With Zolvit, you can form a company in Singapore in a few simple steps, quickly and easily. To register your company in Singapore, you must provide us with the following documents.

  • Name of the company

  • A brief description of the company's activities

  • The shareholders

  • The particulars

  • Details about the directors

  • Address of the registered office

  • Information about the company secretary

  • MOA (Memorandum of Association)

  • AOA (Articles of Association).

    Why Should I Use Zolvit for Registering a Company in Singapore?

    • We Register a New Company Every 9 Minutes

      New Company

      We Register a New Company Every 9 Minutes

    • Businesses Served by Zolvit


      Businesses Served by Zolvit

    • All Financial Services in One Place

      Financial Services

      All Financial Services in One Place

    • Nominal rates, great turnaround time

      Quick & Affordable

      Nominal rates, great turnaround time

    • 100% satisfaction guaranteed


      100% satisfaction guaranteed

    Supporting documents are easier to collect. Once our team learns about your Singapore company's needs, we will tell you what documents are required, including those needed for KYC compliance.

    Did you know

    Did you know?

    To register a Singapore company, you must have at least one shareholder. Shareholders can be individuals or companies. It is also possible to have more than one shareholder of this type. Singapore private limited companies can have a maximum of 50 shareholders. Foreign shareholders are allowed to own 100% of the company, i.e. all shareholders can be foreigners.

      If a Singapore company has at least one Singapore-resident director, both Singapore residents and foreigners can be directors. In other words, a company cannot be a director; it must be a person. To satisfy this requirement, you may use our nominee director service if you do not have a Singapore-resident director.


      Can I run my Singapore company from overseas?


      If I require your nominee director's service, will the nominee director be involved in my company operations?


      Can a foreigner be a shareholder in a company?


      Will my Singapore company need to apply for a business license before commencing its business activities?


      Is a one-person company allowed in Singapore?


      How long does it take to incorporate a company in Singapore?


      An Overview of Register a Company in Singapore

      Investors looking to do business in Asia find Singapore an attractive location. For several decades, its economy has grown stronger and become more friendly to foreign investment. The low levels of corruption, the low tax rates, and the high standard of living attract investors today. Consider these initial requirements for Singapore company incorporation if this unique country appeals to you.

      Singapore is a friendly place for international business, making setting up a company in the country not necessarily tricky. Still, you need to be well organized and have the right support.

      Below is a basic overview of Singapore's many business entities:

      • Private limited company
      • Limited liability company
      • Subsidiary company
      • Branch office
      • Representative office

      Types of Singapore Business Entities

        Singapore Private Limited Company Registration


        Singapore Limited Liability Partnership Registration


        Singapore Subsidiary Company Establishment


        Formation of a Singapore branch office for the company


        Singapore Business Representative Office


        How to Register a Company in Singapore

        Most businesses require the following initial requirements:

        • Step 1: Understand Requirements

          Understand Singapore's company registration requirements.

        • Step 2: Documents Collection

          Determine the corporate structure and collect supporting documents.

        • Step 3: Company Name Availability

          Verify the availability of the desired company name.

        • Step 4: Signing Documents

          Sign the incorporation documents.

        • Step 5: Company Incorporation

          Open a bank account for the company and incorporate it.

        Register a Company in Singapore With Zolvit

        Choosing the proper business structure is vital when starting a company in Singapore. Zolvit has helped thousands of businesses like yours set up in Singapore and break into new markets. We've partnered with a few alliances to provide Singapore's best company registration experience.

        We'll always be here to guide and support you with client-centered, reliable, and ethical standards.

        • By removing paperwork and bureaucracy, we're making interacting with traditional financial institutions and government agencies easier
        • We want to make things easier for small businesses so they can focus on building their business instead of being overwhelmed with admin duties
        • They handle everything for you quickly and efficiently.