Corporate Secretarial Service

Why do you need a Company Secretary?

By law, it is required for every private limited company in Singapore to appoint a company secretary. This position may not be left blank for more than 6 months at one time.

In order to ensure that your business is fully compliant with ACRA’s regulations, you will need a licensed Company Secretary. Our dedicated team of staff are well-trained and equipped with the necessary expertise to advise and help you incorporate your company in the most efficient manner. With Lionsworld, you will receive professional assistance at every step in establishing a legal business entity in Singapore.

Lionsworld as your Corporate Secretary

Singapore is well-recognized as a global business hub, and an excellent choice for aspiring entrepreneurs to start their business ventures. Yet, most entrepreneurs will find that the extensive and tedious paperwork required to manage a business is keeping them from their ultimate goal - to concentrate on ways to make profit!

With Lionsworld as your secretarial service provider, we ensure that all your compliance and filing obligations to the authorities are done effectively and efficiently.

Let our experienced secretaries assist you:

  • Queries related to the company structure and requirements as mandated by ACRA
  • Filing of all company documents to avoid unnecessary fines

Tap on our extensive experience to ensure any Company corporate changes are done in accordance to the Law today!

 

FAQ

Who is a company secretary?

An officer of the company who holds an advisory role to the Board of Directors in relation to complying with the Companies Act.

Can I be my own company secretary?

A secretary must be a Singapore citizen, PR or Entrepass holder.
If you are the company’s only director, you will not be able to act as the secretary.
The Board of Directors have a duty to appoint a knowledgeable person as secretary as his advise is deemed to be professional.

 

Our Professional Team is Ready.

Learn more about the detailed requirements of incorporation