Starting a Company in Singapore: an Introduction
Join us for a quick incorporation tour. Everything a foreigner or local director should know about how to incorporate and run a company in Singapore during the first month of operation.
The session highlights problems foreign directors face and the types of solutions that work.
Who should attend?
This is the definitive event for those who are serious about starting a company in Singapore in the next 6 months. In particular we canvas problems foreign directors face, and the types of solutions that work.
We have helped foreigners from Australia, US, UK, Europe and Asia successful establish their businesses in Singapore.
What the session will cover
The session will cover the problems directors encounter when trying to start a company in Singapore. These include:
choosing the right legal entity (sole proprietorship vs. private limited company);
incorporation + compliance matters;
applying for work passes for foreign directors (employment pass vs. letter of consent).
How the session is organised
The presentation will take approximately one hour, followed by 30 minutes questions and discussion.
Coffee and tea will be provided.
About the speakers
Kirti Ayush (Balakrishnan) is a Chartered Secretary with close to seven years of professional experience. She received her membership from the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA), UK London in early 2012. Kirti also obtained the membership from of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) in mid 2008, and possesses a Bachelors Degree in Commerce. Her professional experience includes dealing with corporate compliance matters for small to medium sized private and exempt private companies in Singapore. She has rich professional experience for being actively involved in the corporate law compliance of the listed and unlisted companies in India. After her five year career as a Company Secretary in India, Kirti decided it was time to explore the International opportunities as a Chartered Secretary professional and moved to Singapore with her husband in late 2011.
Nigel Joseph has been exposed to the company law of various countries such as Qatar, UK and India where he has professionally worked at over a span of nine years. At Futurebooks, the Consultant manages a suite of services from incorporation to ongoing compliance, immigration and conducts training for client representatives on the use of applications in the various fields.