Objectives & Agenda :
Companies in Singapore are governed by the laws of Companies Act (the Act), originally enacted in 1967 and which has undergone significant amendments in 2014 and 2017. The Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) is the national regulator of business entities and corporate service providers in Singapore. A foreign company may carry on business in Singapore by transferring that Company’s registration from foreign country to Singapore or by registering the branch of the foreign Company in Singapore. In this webinar, transfer of registration of foreign corporate entity to Singapore is covered. The provisions of Transfer of Registration are governed by Part XA of the Act read with Companies (Transfer of Registration) Regulations 2017.