In ACRA’s definition, registered office address is where all communications and notices to the company are addressed to, and where the company’s registers and records are kept.
The registered office must be an address in Singapore, but it need not be the place of operation. For instance, your company’s registered office address may be in Raffles Place but your factory could be located in Tuas.
Your company is only required to have its financial statements audited if the company meets any 2 of the following 3 conditions: Total annual revenue exceeding S$10 million; Total assets exceeding S$10 million; or Has more than 50 employees.
After choosing the package that suits you the best, our team will provide a handover template to be sent to your previous secretary to ensure the proper handover of all secretarial documents and their resignation letter.
After which, we will coordinate with them on the collection of files. Once the resignation letter has been received, we will proceed to lodge the necessary changes with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA).
Examples of Standard Resolutions are:
1. Change in Company's Registered Address
2. Appointment or Resignation of Director
3. Change Financial Year End
4. Change of Primary or Secondary Business Activity
5. Change company name
6. Update of Company Officer's Personal Particulars
Examples of Special Resolutions are:
1. Changes in the company’s Constitution
2. Share-Related Transactions
Find out more about resolutions here.
An Annual General Meeting (AGM) is one of the yearly compliance requirements for all Singapore companies. It is held to keep the company’s shareholders updated with the business health, financial performance as well as to lay out important matters such as reelection of directors.
The company’s Annual Return (AR) is filed after the AGM has been held. Find out more about the statutory requirements here.
The Company Law in Singapore mandates that every company must appoint a Company Secretary, and the position must not be left vacant for more than 6 months at any point in time.
The Company Secretary is responsible for ensuring that the company complies with the relevant legislations and regulations. You may find out more about the obligations and requirements of a company secretary here.