Our secretarial services team is led by our senior corporate advisor who is a Chartered Secretary registered SIACSA and a filing agent registered with ACRA with more than 10 years working experience in SGX-listed company and SME.
Our secretarial services provide the following：
Why Choose Our Secretarial Services?
Our Secretarial Team
Under S175, S197 and S201 of the Companies Act, all Singapore-incorporated companies need to hold their Annual General Meeting (AGM) and file their Annual Returns (ARs) . Directors shall present a true and fair view of the company’s accounts to their shareholders at AGM.
AGM & ANNUAL RETURN
Companies are required by to hold its first AGM with 18 months after its incorporation under S175 of the Companies Act. Subsequent AGMs must be held every calender year and interval between AGMS shall not be more than 15 months.
Under S197 of the Companies Act, Annual Return must be filed with Registrar within 30 days after its AGM.
Any delay will result in late penalties.
COMPANY SECRETARY SINGAPORE REQUIREMENT
Every company is required by Companies Act, Cap. 50, that a company secretary must be appointed within 6 months after incorporation. A company secretary could not be the sole director of a company at the same time and must be a local resident.
Does an exempt private company need to file XBRL?
If your company is insolvent, you are required to file XBRL. Otherwise, it is exempted.
When does a company need to file Annual Return?
Company is required to file Annual Return within 30 days after Annual General Meeting (AGM).
When is my company required to hold its first AGM?
Your company is required to hold its first AGM within 18 months after its incorporation.
If I want to reduce my company share capital, how can it be done?
Share capital reduction can be done by ‘Court-free’ method. The procedures are as below:
- Directors have to provide the solvency statements.
- Inform the Comptroller of Income Tax and comply with the publicity requirements. The notification to the Comptroller of Income Tax must be sent within 8 days beginning with the resolution date.
- Creditors may apply to the court to cancel the resolution. If there is no such objection after 6 weeks but no later than 8 weeks after the resolution date.