Hong Kong
Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Open your Hong Kong company and a business account online

We'll register your company, set up the reporting once and for all, and help open a business account remotely

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Company registration

Company registration

A certified true copy of your ID is the only doscument required. We’ll also ask for names, address and contact data on all directors and shareholders. Next, we need company name, short business description, and the share structure. Finally, let us know your paid-up capital — HK$1 is enough.

We collect all docs online, put them together, and send you the application to sign electronically.

Corporate Secretary

Corporate Secretary

All Hong Kong companies must have a local Corporate Secretary. This officer ensures the company operates within the law. They track changes, maintain records and registers, and file statutory information accurately and on time.

A certified expert who covers you on reporting. We don’t charge per document: all resolutions and state fees are included.

Registered address

Registered address

All Hong Kong companies must have a local registered address. It goes on all legal documents.

A real Hong Kong mailbox for your legal correspondence. We’ll send you scanned copies of letters the same day they arrive.

Business registration certificate

Business registration certificate

This document specifies all the details of your company. It is usually issued for 1 year and has to be renewed annually.

A must-have document for any Hong Kong business. We’ll get one for you electronically and update it every year.

Account Opening

Account Opening

We partner with Neat, HSBC and OCBC. Neat is a fintech company that opens business accounts remotely, so you never have to visit a branch. Setting up your account is free; however they do charge small transactional fees. Alternatively, you will have to attend a bank meeting, where your case will be reviewed individually by HSBC or OCBC. We will arrange the meeting, help you prepare and collect the necessary documents.

Our partner Neat can open a business account for you within 2 weeks. The whole process is free, remote and online. Or we can set up a meeting with a local bank.

Let’s talk money

HK$1,970 government fee for incorporation is included. You always pay what you see.

Incorporation

Includes full service for 1 year:

  • Company registration
  • Unlimited Company Secretary
  • Registered address
  • Business registration certificate

HK$5,000

Additional things
you may need:

One-off services upon your request.

Seal and chop package

HK$900

Self-inking rubber stamp

Bank account opening assistance

HK$3,000

We prepare all documents, file them, and schedule a meeting with the bank

General employment visa

HK$8,000

50% refund for rejected applications

Business registration certificate

HK$500 per year

A certificate from Inland Revenue Department that you need to run your business

Registered address

HK$2,500 per year

Notifications when you receive mail, scanning and forwarding of the messages

Corporate Secretary

HK$4,500 per year

Tracks changes in your company, compiles paperwork and reports to the Companies Registry

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Reviews

  • Osome has been extremely proactive, talking me through every step of starting my company. They now take care of my accounting. I love the app, it's so easy to use!

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    Harriette Foulkes-Arnold
    We are Contented Pte. Ltd.

  • I didn’t have to go anywhere to work with Osome, I just used the web and mobile app to sign the docs.

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    Ivan Zeljkovic
    Evans Media Pte. Ltd.

  • I incorporated my own two companies with Osome and now manage them via the platform. I've been very satisfied and recommend Osome to all my friends.

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    Vlad Shchelkunov
    BTTR holdings Pte. Ltd.

  • The staff always answer, and they deal with all the admin on my behalf. So I can simply use my income and not worry about legal and administrative filings.

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    Pawel Wargan
    freelancer

  • It is impressive how fast and responsive they are! I feel very happy about my decision to go with Osome.

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    Randeep Sudan
    Multiverz Pte. Ltd.

Q&A

  • Can a foreigner be a director and a shareholder of a Hong Kong business?

    Yes, Hong Kong allows foreigners to become directors and shareholders of a company registered here. As a foreigner, you can be the only director or hire as many as you need. There is no requirement to have any local directors.

    You can be a shareholder as well. You need to have at least one (and as many as 50). They can be people of any nationalities or companies.

  • How long does it take to register a company?

    Once all the documents are ready, it usually takes us less than an hour to register a company. It mostly depends on when you are comfortable with providing all the details, as well as the service hours of the authorities.

  • What is a General Employment Visa?

    It’s a type of working visa sponsored by a specific company so it can invite foreign professionals. It allows you to work exclusively for that company, live and bring your family to Hong Kong. Its duration is determined by the length of the contract.

  • Do I need a company address?

    Yes, all companies registered in Hong Kong must have a local address. It goes on all legal documents. If you don’t have an office address, use our service. We handle your incoming letters, scan and store them in your Osome account so you have easy access to all your documents.

  • What is a Business Registration Certificate?

    Business Registration Certificate is a document that every Hong Kong business must have. It specifies all the details of your company. It is issued by the Inland Revenue Department of Hong Kong usually for 1 year and has to be renewed annually.

  • What does the process look like?

    First, we check that the name you’ve chosen for your business is available. Next you send us your passport copy and details on other directors and shareholders (if any). We prepare all the necessary documents, send them to you for electronic signature, and submit them to Companies Registry (a government entity that registers companies). We then register your company with the Inland Revenue Department which issues the Business Registration Certificate. On your end, it’s just a message thread in a secure chat.

  • Can I move to Hong Kong if I have business there?

    Yes, you can. Your company can sponsor your General Employment Visa. In order to qualify you need to pay yourself a salary of HK $40,000-$75,000. After you’ve remained in Hong Kong for seven years you can apply for Permanent Residency here.

  • What are the requirements to get a General Employment Visa?

    First, you need to have an offer of employment to fill a genuine vacancy. Second, you need to qualify for the job, which means your background, experience, and education should fit the requirements. Normally, the officials look for a first degree in the relevant field. Third, the salary you get should be about HK $40,000-$75,000. Finally, you must have a clean criminal record to be cleared by the security.

  • Do I need a Company Secretary?

    Every Hong Kong business must have a local resident company secretary. This officer is responsible for keeping your paperwork in order, making sure all changes on the company are processed correctly, on time and in compliance with the local legislation. This role can be performed by an individual or a corporation, known as a body corporate.

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