What Are the Penalties for Late Filing of Documents?
You will usually need to file your documents by a fixed time however, business owners are often so busy with business engagement that they forget about the deadlines.
What To Do If I Want To Change My Company Name And Information?
If you want to change your company name, it’s relatively easy to do so in Hong Kong. And if there are other changes happening in your company - such as change in registered office address, new company director or secretary - you have 15 days to report these changes to the Companies Registry.
How To Hold Annual General Meeting
The phrase “annual general meeting” (AGM) may conjure in your head an image of a hall filled with agitated shareholders grilling a row of executives seated on stage with difficult questions about the business, thanks to media coverage of AGMs in listed companies.
Deadlines To Keep In Mind To Stay a Compliant Company in Hong Kong
Tax and filing deadlines are the bane for many company directors, but we can be fairly certain they’re here to stay. Whether you’re a Type A (“Deadlines are easy!”) or Type B (“When is my next deadline?!”) entrepreneur, we’ve put together this handy guide for you.
Annual Return Filing Dates To Take Note of for New Business Owners
New business owners or even company officers may not be familiar with the necessary paperwork to deliver to local authorities for annual requirements. Everything is new. Starting a business in Hong Kong is already so tough and now there is paperwork to deliver to be compliant?
What New Founders in Hong Kong Need To Know About Annual Financial Reporting Obligations
Companies must prepare financial statements and have them audited every year, with those financial statements being included with their annual tax filing. Find out more.
A Guide to Articles of Association in Hong Kong
An Articles of Association (AA) must be submitted if you wish to be registered as an entity in Hong Kong, regardless of entity type. Here’s how to prepare it.
What New Business Owners Need To Know About Companies Ordinance
In Hong Kong, the Companies Ordinance creates a legal framework for companies to be incorporated and operate. As your company would need to adhere to it, find out what it’s about.
Things To Note When Issuing Shares in Hong Kong
If you plan to increase your company’s capital by selling part of your company through the issue of shares, there is some administrative work you need to do for existing and potential shareholders.