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Beaufort Corporate Services
As a Singapore one-stop corporate solutions provider, Beaufort Corporate Services has consistently helped Local & Foreign small and medium sized enterprises, start-ups and companies like you remain in compliance with authorities as well as avoid unnecessary penalties or losses.
Running a company is hard work. Let us take some tasks off your plate so that you can focus on growing your business.
Our suite of corporate services include as below.
Corporate Secretary Singapore – Retainer Services
Every firm must appoint a company secretary within 6 months of the date of its incorporation. As officers of a firm, company secretaries help fulfil a range of duties. A Company Secretary must be a resident of Singapore, and have sound knowledge of the Companies Act. We can provide your firm with this service on annual retainer basis.
Singapore Nominee Services
The Companies Act requires all private limited companies in Singapore to have at least one individual director who is ‘ordinarily’ resident in Singapore. If you do not have a resident director to meet the requirement of the Companies Act, you can engage Beaufort Nominee Director Services. Beaufort also provide the services of a Nominee Agent and Shareholder.
Director’s Report / Unaudited Report
Companies exempt from audit are required to submit a Director’s Report as part of their annual filing requirements. This part of a system of checks and balances to ensure sound financial practices, and in turn, enhance investors’ confidence and uphold shareholders’ interest. Beaufort can help draft your company’s annual director’s report.
Statutory Compliance for Singapore Companies
As a registered company in Singapore, you are to comply with the statutory requirements stipulated in the Companies Act. This includes fulfilling the annual filing requirements to Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) and the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) in a timely manner.
De-registration / Striking-Off a Company
De-registration / Striking-Off a Singapore Company
The Companies Act allows ACRA to strike a company off the Register if there is reason to believe that the firm has ceased operations or has met certain conditions. Please read on to find out more about the conditions for striking off.
Trademarks are signs used by a business to distinguish their goods or services from those of other players in the market. Commonly-used symbols to identify a trademark are ® and TM. In Singapore, intellectual property acquisition and registration are eligible for PIC benefits. We can register your trademark in Singapore on your behalf.
Virtually all business decisions today have tax implications and the rules are in constant flux. Increasingly, companies face a daunting task in managing their tax requirements efficiently. Thus, practical and well-crafted tax solutions are now a critical part of an effective business strategy.