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Local Services

Drafting of the Memorandum & Articles of Association, Incorporation, Provision of Company Secretarial Services, Provision of Book Keeping services, ACRA Compliance, IRAS Compliance, ...

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Offshore and Other Jurisdictions

Through our network of offices we can assist from a wide range of jurisdictions, here below classified as offshore and other jurisdictions.

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Trust Business

We can assist client in the set up of a Trust in various jurisdictions through our providers. The New Zeeland Foreign Trust ranks...

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International Tax Planning

We can assist our clients with corporate reorganizations or individual relocation to optimize tax efficiency. We can provide...

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Latest News

  • SUMMARY OF KEY CHANGES TO THE HONG KONG COMPANIES ORDINANCE

    1. INTRODUCTION

    1.1 Companies Ordinance, Chapter 622 of the Laws of Hong Kong (“Companies Ordinance”), commences operation from 3 March 2014 and replacing existing regulation with respect to the formation and operation of companies. The Companies Ordinance does not affect liquidation and winding up provisions that are currently in effect.

    1.2 We highlight the key changes as they will impact on most companies.

  • Productivity and Innovation Credit

    Due to the global economic downturn and its possible impact on Singapore  indigenous companies, particularly on Small Medium Enterprises (SME), the Inland revenue authority of Singapore(IRAS) and info-communications Development Authority of Singapore(IDA) have announced the following enhancements and grants for all businesses benefit, especially SMEs, to offset the high costs which may persist in the business slowdown.

  • Cooling Measures

    Just last Friday in Singapore, the Government announced the seventh round of property cooling measures in the past three years, targeted to prevent possibilities of property price bubbles, discourage speculative activity and strengthen the policy intent of public housing and executive condominiums. Also, it introduced a Seller’s Stamp Duty on industrial properties for the first time, to avoid short-term speculative activity that could distort prices and raise costs of businesses.