Your SPVs & holding companies in Singapore are just a click away!
Incorporating a SPV & a Holding company has never been easier
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Enjoy s$30,000 of perks
We won’t sting you with any hidden fees. It’s one cost to get you up and running. See what’s included in our all-inclusive package.
- Checking and reserving company name
- Preparing all registration forms
Preparing your company constitution(memorandum & articles of the company)
- All government fees (Name application – s$15, Registration fee – s$300)
- Filing with ACRA
- Resolution to open a bank account
s$1,500 / Year
Setting up from overseas? Use Sleek to fulfil your requirement to have a locally resident director on your company’s board.
- Nominee director registration with annual renewal
- 3-month and 6-month terms available for temporary nominee directorships
- Joint take up of our all-inclusive Corporate Secretary package
- Appointment of at least one other director (100% foreign ok) to make executive decisions
- Take up of either one of our tax and accounting packages (starting from s$1,200/year) or else providing a refundable s$2,000 security deposit.
s$300 / Year
Is your HQ or other office overseas? Use Sleek to fulfil your legal requirement to have a registered address in Singapore.
- An address in Singapore to be used in your incorporation application with ACRA
- Paperless mail forwarding – we scan and upload all your mail to our portal for your review (you’ll also receive a notification when this happens)
- 1 GB for mail cloud storage (s$10/GB/year above 1GB)
Tailored to your needs
We believe in a relationship, not one where you pay every time you pick up the phone. Pay one yearly fee and get unlimited access to the following common services.
- Preparation & filing of annual return – (Inclusive of s$60 ACRA fee)
- Appointment of director/corporate secretary/auditor
- Resignation of director/corporate secretary/auditor
Change in officers’ particulars
- Change of company name
- Change of registered business address
- Holding of AGM (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 (Ordinary & Preference)
Our yearly fee excludes the following activities that we can assist you with on an ad-hoc basic:
- Strike-off: s$500
- Other ACRA filing fees and penalties
For the preparation of any legal documentation outside of the above scope and any related board resolutions to enact these changes, we will be happy to connect you with our legal partners to support you.
All-in Accounting Compliance
Tailored to your needs
Hassle-free bookkeeping, accounting, tax, and payroll services in Singapore. Flexible accounting prices based on expenses, for all kinds of businesses.
Pricing will be billed upfront annually & plans are based on Financial Year (not calendar year).
- Set up & onboarding
- Monthly bookkeeping
- Unaudited financial statement
- ECI & corporate tax return
- Xero (Single currency) & Receipt Bank subscriptions
- Payroll support with Talenox subscription
- Monthly management report
Payroll support includes –
Monthly report and payslip, CPF and SDL processing, self-help group payment submission, IR21 tax clearance and IR8A via auto-inclusion scheme.
Monthly management report includes –
Balance sheet, income statement, general ledger, account payables summary, account receivables summary and schedules (i.e. fixed asset schedule).
Common add-ons to smaller plans –
- Multi-currency Upgrade: s$200/financial year
- XBRL Report Preparation: s$500/financial year
- GST Compliance: s$300/quarter or s$1,200/financial year
Get Fully Covered with Mandatory Tax Filings
- Preparation of Unaudited Financial Statements: s$600
- Preparation of ECI & Form C-S or Form C: s$500 I s$600
Tax Compliance for Group & Holding Companies
- Consolidation of Group Accounts: from s$2,000
- Group Unaudited Financial Statements: from s$1,200
Ad-Hoc Tax Support
- GST Registration: s$400
- XBRL Preparation: s$500
- Reconstruction of Accounts: from s$1,200
- Audit Compliance & Assistance: from s$1,500
- Withholding Tax Filing: s$100 per filing
When considering an “expense”, we categorise it into operating vs. non-operating and fixed vs. variable.
- Operating: Expenses a business incurs through its normal business operations.
- Non-operating: Expenses that are not related to normal business operations.
- Fixed: Expenses that does not change and remain the same every month, even though there may be an increase or decrease in business activity in sales or production.
- Variable: Expenses that keep changing every month depending on the business activity in sales or production.
If you need more information, have a look at our accounting by expense FAQ.
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“I would highly recommend Sleek to anyone starting a company if they do not want to spend a lot of time on registering their company and instead focus on their product growth.”
“I can easily access documents on the platform from anywhere and when it comes to important issues, the Sleek team has always been very prompt and very consistent in providing advice.”
“Although Sleek is online based, we like the fact that there’s proactive customer support available. Having the ability to have a centralised dashboard allows us to easily keep track of all our documentation in Singapore and Hong Kong.”
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A Special Purpose Vehicle, or SPV, is a separate legal entity in the form of a Private Limited Company that is created for a specific, narrow purpose – usually for investment. SPVs have gained popularity amongst startups and SMEs who typically use it during the funding stage.
Creating a SPV is easy! Simply take note of the following:
- Develop and confirm the right business structure for your SPV
- Incorporate your SPV through our services as a Private Limited Company
- Create a company constitution; the company constitution is a document that defines the company’s operations and purpose.
- You’re done!
Anyone can set up an SPV. Recently, it has gained greater popularity amongst startups as a means to secure funding.
Standard annual filing requirements apply to SPVs. However, two additional reports must be presented during the company’s Annual General Meeting:
- Consolidated Accounts of the company and its investments
- Balance Sheet dealing with the state of affairs of the holding company
These reports must be presented by the directors in accordance with Section 201(3A) of the Singapore Company Act and comply with the prescribed Accounting Standards (IFRS 10) to give a fair view of the company’s financial status.
SPVs are also subjected to a corporate tax rate of 17 per cent. For more information, click here.