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Want to incorporate a business or open your company in Hong Kong but unsure of all the relevant regulations?
With clients from all over the world, Sleek can help incorporate a company of a non Hong Kong resident from anywhere in the world!
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Incorporate a company by simply filling out our online form uploading the necessary documentation. We will complete your Hong Kong company formation!
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Company formation in Hong Kong is simple with these steps. You first have to decide on your type of business entity (i.e. company type) and company name. A quick search through the Companies Registry will show if your intended name is in use or not. The minimum requirement for Hong Kong companies are at least one shareholder, minimum $1 HKD of share capital, a company secretary that resides in Hong Kong and a local office address. After completing the name search and confirming the rest of the information, there is a list of incorporation forms and copies to submit along with your application through e-registry to the Hong Kong Companies Registry and Business Registration Office. The entire registration process via an e-form, depending on the applicant’s experience and credentials, could take up to 7 to 14 working days to receive your certificate of incorporation.
Incorporating in Hong Kong is a strong choice when deciding where to base yourself. Hong Kong is a great place for business, with many investors being attracted to the location and the reason is clear. The tax-friendly environment is a big attraction for foreign businesses keen to start a business in Hong Kong. A productive legal system, and pro-business setup are some other factors that offer plenty of lucrative opportunities for businesses, besides an attractive tax regime and productive workforce. Stable economy, strong workforces, and business-friendly tax policies let you get up and running sooner- so you can spend less time tangled in admin and more time to invest in business activities.
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The majority of the service providers in the industry will charge you for each step of the registration service. At Sleek, we charge 3000 HKD for business registration for a Hong Kong company with a system of services and all details included. The fee covers all company registration requirements, such as the incorporation forms, reserving the company name, appointing director and distributing shares/capitals. We are happy to provide support throughout the registration process. Sleek also offers company secretary and accounting services to help you with your corporate governance, liability, appointing directors and tax/audit duties.
Yes! Any one who has completed the Know Your Customer records checking process will have the rights to register Hong Kong companies and enjoy the financial benefits as a local company. However, the Companies Ordinance and Companies Registry CR will require your firm to have a registered office address, verified company name and a company secretary based in Hong Kong. Read here for more information on liability, director, shares distribution and what information we need from you for the company registration and Hong Kong Companies e-Registry!
It is very important for each new company in Hong Kong to have a business account. There are 2 approaches to opening an account in Hong Kong and many choices – either with traditional banks such as HSBC and OCBC, or online financial services such as Payoneer and Worldfirst. Both approaches vary slightly as traditional banks value in-person meetings and more completed documents in the business registration process. Whereas for online financial services, you can fill in the information on their website and go through the process online. Both options have their own pros and cons. Read here for more details. Sleek have many banking partners that can help with your business needs. Sleek has many banking partners that can help with your business needs. Contact a team member today for referrals and email recommendations.
The Business Registration Certificate is a document issued by the Business Registration Office showing details of a company. Businesses operating in Hong Kong require a Business Registration Certificate and Business Registration Number. If you have a business in Hong Kong, you are required to apply for a Business Registration Certificate within 30 days of commencing operations.
This number is issued by the Inland Revenue Department (IRD) and the Companies Ordinance. In order to keep operating as a business and protect the associated assets/shares, the certificate needs to be renewed annually. You may apply for the relevant documents via the e-Registry at the Hong Kong Companies Registry. Read a relevant article here!
Articles of Association are a company document which sets out the rules and guidelines of how the board can operate the company. It is often viewed as a contract between company members and the company.