Singapore Corporate Secretarial Services

The corporate secretary is an officer of the company and is responsible for the company’s filing responsibilities. In Singapore, corporate secretaries also act as filing agents in the company’s dealings with ACRA.

As a Registered Filing Agent(RFA), our corporate services include:

  • Providing an experienced company secretary who is a Qualified Individual(QI) under the ACRA Act;
  • Reminding you of any statutory filing deadlines;
  • Handling transactions with ACRA, including purchase of official business profile and filing of annual return;
  • Updating and safeguarding statutory records, including minutes books and registry of members;
  • Provision of nominee director(s); and
  • Provision of registered address.

Basic package

$ 388 yearly*
  • Maintaining of Company Register and Minute Books
  • Preparation of AGM minutes
  • Filing of annual returns
  • Free consultation regarding Companies Act compliance
  • Monitoring of ACRA filing deadline
  • Provision of Qualified Individual (QI) as company secretary

Standard package

$ 688 yearly*
  • Maintaining of Company Register and Minute Books
  • Preparation of AGM minutes
  • Filing of annual returns
  • Free consultation regarding Companies Act compliance
  • Monitoring of ACRA filing deadline
  • Provision of Qualified Individual (QI) as company secretary
  • Preparation of 5 resolutions
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Comprehensive package

$ 1288 yearly*
  • Maintaining of Company Register and Minute Books
  • Preparation of AGM minutes
  • Filing of annual returns
  • Free consultation regarding Companies Act compliance
  • Monitoring of ACRA filing deadline
  • Provision of Qualified Individual (QI) as company secretary
  • Provision of registered office address
  • Preparation of 10 resolutions

* Financial year.

Additional charges

A Singapore company must have a registered office in Singapore. This address must be in operation and accessible to the public during general office hours. All correspondences from the Singapore Government will be sent to the registered office address of the company. For a small fee, we provide our address alongside mail forwarding services.

Provision of Address + Mail Self-Collection (60 Days)

– S$ 120 per Year



Provision of Address + Mail Forwarding (Local)

– S$ 240 per Year



Provision of Address + Mail Forwarding (Foreign)

– S$ 480 per Year

A company resolution is a formal decision of the company made at meetings of the board of directors, or at meetings of the shareholders. Company resolutions are needed whenever there is a formal decision to be made. The kind of resolution needed (whether special or ordinary), and by whom (whether the board of directors or shareholders), is determined by the Companies Act and the company’s memorandum and articles of association. The following are the fees charged for the passing of resolutions.

Opening of Bank Account

– S$ 100



Closing of Bank Account

– S$ 100



Change of Registered Office

– S$ 100



Change of Company Name

– S$ 250



Change of Financial Year end

– S$ 100



Alteration of Company Constitution and Articles of Incorporation

– From S$ 300



Appointment of New Director (Local)

– S$ 200



Appointment of New Director (Foreigner)

– S$ 500



Resignation of Existing Director

– S$ 100



Transfer of shares to existing shareholder*

– S$ 150



On-Boarding of new shareholder

– S$ 200



Allotment of Shares

– S$ 150



Director(s) Fee

– S$ 100 per Director



Dividend – Interim

– S$ 100 per Member



Dividend – Final

– S$ 100 per Member

* – Does not include stamp duties payable to IRAS
A company may choose to have or not have a common seal and the directors of the company may decide whether or not a document may be executed with or without a common seal. Below are our fees in regards to the making of a common seal

Standing Common Seal

– S$ 100



Pocket Common Seal

– S$ 100