Fuss-free corporate secretary.
Everything you need to be fully compliant
Our plans are designed to cover all your statutory and compliance requirements under the Singapore Companies Act. Being compliant will help you avoid some of the fines and penalties commonly faced by companies.
Roles and responsibilities of corporate secretary
Pay one yearly fee and get unlimited access to the following common company secretary services in Singapore:
Preparation & filing of annual return
Appointment of company directors/company secretary/auditors
Resignation of company directors/company secretary/auditors/officers
Change in officers’ particulars
Change of company name
Change of registered business address
Holding of AGM (Annual General Meeting) (if required) and filing of annual return
Declaration and distribution of dividends
Change of financial year end
Change of principal business activities (SSIC Codes)
Share issuance & transfer (Common & Preference)
Common compliance terms worthy to know
What is corporate secretary?
A corporate secretary, or company secretary, is an officer responsible for looking after the administrative work of a company efficiently.
What is ACRA?
The Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) is the regulator of business entities, public accountants and corporate service providers in Singapore.
What is the director of the company?
A sole director is responsible for managing the affairs of a company. Singapore requires a minimum of one “locally resident” sole director.
What is a Nominee Director?
It is a local resident director as required by Singapore Companies Act. If you do not have a local resident director, you can appoint us as a Nominee Director role.