You pay a fixed price for a year of service. We track deadlines impeccably, prepare documents for electronic signature, attend to your specific business needs and don’t charge for resolutions. That’s because we’ve split the load: robots process the routine, while our secretaries with over 10 years of experience answer your questions. And because they love their job.


  • Unlimited number of resolutions for non-routine services like change of company name or registered address, Appointment/Resignation of a Director, Corporate Secretary or Auditor, distribution of dividends
  • S$60 Annual Filing government fee
  • Corporate Secretary routine Annual Filing and AGM preparation
  • All fees included
  • All resolutions included
  • 1 year

    per year
  • 2 years

    You save S$50
  • 3 years

    You save S$100
  • 4 years

    You save S$200
Switch Your Secretary to Osome

If you have a secretary, we’ll get in touch and take over all the documents

Group 4Created with Sketch.
We answer 24/7 online in a secure chat usually within 15 minutes

Additional things you may need


  • What’s Corporate Secretary?

    A corporate secretary is a person responsible for all necessary documents required by law. For example, issuing company resolutions, managing regulatory filings and maintaining company books. Every Singapore business must have one. This critical role requires various certifications and involves a lot of responsibility.
  • Can I be a Corporate Secretary myself?

    If you like. First, you need to have all the qualifications of a Corporate Secretary plus 5 years of experience. Second, you have to be a Singapore citizen, or a permanent resident, or an EntrePass holder. Finally, you can’t be the only director and a Corporate Secretary.
  • What documents does a Corporate Secretary prepare?

    First, a Corporate Secretary tracks changes in your company and reports to ACRA. Whenever you change directors, auditors, secretaries, shareholders, your share capital or a company name they send a notice. Then there are several registers they have to maintain, like Register of Company Charges or Register of Controllers. They are in charge of preparing and recording board minutes and annual general meetings, official correspondence and insurance.
Group 87Created with Sketch.10A79C7A-EA52-4F1B-A84E-BAA47454E8B1Created with sketchtool.Free ConsultationGet Free Consultation Now

We will be happy to answer your questions in a secure chat