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Company secretarial services in Singapore

Focus on your business and outsource corporate secretary expertise to us. Our dedicated experts support your business with tracking tax deadlines, filing documents and staying compliant.

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Company secretarial services in Singapore
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What you get

Why hire a corporate secretary through Osome?

  • Experienced secretary

    Experienced secretary

    Get a dedicated digital corporate secretary with 10+ years of experience from day one. Easily contact them through live chat and get a response within 24 hours.

  • Keeping you compliant

    Keeping you compliant

    We make sure your statutory registers are maintained and updated accordingly, ensuring compliance with the authorities as your company evolves.

  • Documents in one place

    Documents in one place

    Never worry about searching for missing documents again. We securely store all your documents in your account, making them easy to sort and access.

Why switch to Osome?

We take care of the transition from your old company secretary to us so that you don't have to. We gather your documents and get their sign off on their resignation for an efficient and hassle-free process.

Why switch to Osome?
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Plans to fit your business

Essential

Perfect for a small company or a business with a settled structure

S$ 300
  • Corporate secretary essentials
    • Support from the corporate secretary via the Osome chat
    • Routine annual filing, including the S$60 government fee
    • AGM preparation
    • All documents stored on the Osome app
What's included?

Unlimited

For growing businesses anticipating structural changes, or the first year of business with several changes

S$ 600
  • Corporate secretary essentials
    • Support from the corporate secretary via the Osome chat
    • Routine annual filing, including the S$60 government fee
    • AGM preparation
    • All documents stored on the Osome app
  • Unlimited company changes
    • Change in company name, address, and activity
    • Change in officers and their particulars
    • Registration of particulars relating to charges
    • Distribution of dividends
    • Allotment of shares
    • Transfer of shares, excluding Stamp Duty
What's included?

All-in-one

For founders who want their first year covered, from company formation to expert support and filing

S$ 1,390
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  • Corporate secretary essentials
    • Support from the corporate secretary via the Osome chat
    • Routine annual filing, including the S$60 government fee
    • AGM preparation
    • All documents stored on the Osome app
  • Unlimited company changes
    • Change in company name, address, and activity
    • Change in officers and their particulars
    • Registration of particulars relating to charges
    • Distribution of dividends
    • Allotment of shares
    • Transfer of shares, excluding Stamp Duty
  • Accounting and tax
    • Filing and bookkeeping support via in-app chat
    • Support SLA 6 business hours
    • Annual management reports reviewed by accountant
    • Estimated Chargeable Income (ECI) filing
    • Unaudited Financial Statements preparation
    • Annual tax return filing (C-S/C)
  • Bookkeeping
    • Unlimited bookkeeping
    • Automatic reconciliation
  • Financial software
    • Create, send, and chase invoices
    • Capture bills and receipts easily
    • Reimburse expenses
    • Connect your banks
    • Use multiple currencies
    • Get real-time ecommerce sales reports
    • Connect one marketplace
  • Incorporation
    • Registration preparation and filing, including S$315 government fees
    • Company constitution
    • All post-incorporation documents (share certificates, registers, minutes book)
    • ACRA name checking
    • ACRA business profile set-up
What's included?

Add-ons you might need

  • Company stamp

    S$ 60

    A company stamp is used to validate official documents, like contracts, certificates, deeds, etc. It contains the name and registration number of the company.

  • CorpPass Registration

    S$ 100

    Whether you are a local or foreigner with a Singapore business, we set up your CorpPass Account quickly without registering for extra documents like a SingPass ID.

  • Striking off a company

    from S$ 400

    If the company is no longer doing business, an application should be made to the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority to strike the company’s name off the Companies Register and Representative Office.

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Our services

Upgrade your company secretary services

  • Annual return filing

    Annual return filing

    Companies in Singapore have to file annual returns within seven months of the end of their financial year. Osome's company secretarial services cover filing your return, including the S$60 filing fee.

  • Transfer of shares

    Transfer of shares

    Share sales must follow the company's constitution and legal requirements. We make sure you complete the correct paperwork and stay compliant throughout.

  • Allotment of shares

    Allotment of shares

    Directors need to get existing shareholders' approval before creating and issuing shares. We can support you with the process and complete the paperwork.

How it works

What are corporate secretarial services?

Why company secretary services are important 

Why company secretary services are important

Corporate secretarial services ensure compliance with legal and regulatory obligations, helping businesses avoid penalties and legal risks. Company secretaries handle important administrative tasks such as maintaining statutory registers, filing annual returns, and organising board meetings, ensuring that the company operates within the bounds of the law.

Overall, corporate secretarial services are essential for ensuring smooth operations, regulatory compliance, and effective corporate governance.

Why outsource your corporate secretarial services?

Why outsource your corporate secretarial services?

Outsourcing corporate secretarial services gives business owners peace of mind and more time to focus on their core activities, all while remaining compliant with legal and regulatory requirements. With Osome, you'll get tailored advice from onshore experts.

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91 %of customers recommend Osome services

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FAQ

  • What is a Corporate Secretary and secretaryship?

    A Corporate Secretary ensures that a business complies with legal requirements and that company records are accurate. This includes reporting changes to a company’s statutory details and books, filing returns and keeping records up to date.

    Company secretaryship is a role that every Singapore company must have. Their job is to ensure company paperwork is in order, on time and in compliance with the law. This critical role requires various certifications and involves much responsibility.

  • Why do I need a Company Secretary?

    Singapore Company Law requires every company to appoint a corporate secretary. The appointment of a company secretary in Singapore is essential for reporting on statutory changes to company details, handling important admin and helping you understand your obligations as a business owner.

  • What is the role of a Company Secretary in Singapore?

    A company secretary plays an important role in corporate governance:

    • Creates the documentation for your AGM
    • Ensures your Annual Returns are accurate and filed on time
    • Supports you in completing all corporate actions, including changing a director or shareholder, transferring shares and updating company details
  • How much does a Company Secretary cost in Singapore?

    Our price is S$300 for an Essential Secretary for one year and S$600 for an Unlimited Secretary for one year. It’s a much more affordable alternative to hiring an in-house company secretary and is competitive with other Singapore firms that offer company secretarial services.

  • Can a Singapore company operate without a secretary?

    No. ACRA mandates that every Singapore business must hire a corporate secretary within the first six months after incorporation. This position cannot be vacant for more than six months. Your company secretary must be a Singapore resident.

  • Does a small company need a Company Secretary?

    Yes.All companies in Singapore must have a corporate secretary. Only very large companies require an in-house company secretary, so it makes sense for small businesses to outsource their corporate secretarial service from a company like Osome.

  • What is the difference between a Company Secretary and a Corporate Secretary?

    The terms company secretary and corporate secretary are interchangeable and mean the same thing in Singapore. Whatever the title, they play an integral role in the efficient management of a company through compliance with the law.

  • Who can hold the position of a company secretary?

    A company secretary must be a Singaporean local and an official resident of Singapore. They must be of legal age and a member of a prescribed professional body, such as the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants or the Singapore Association of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators.

  • How do I change my company secretary in Singapore?

    To change your company secretary in Singapore, you'll need to engage corporate secretarial services. This involves appointing a new company secretary who meets the necessary qualifications and notifying the relevant authorities, such as ACRA, of the change. Additionally, you may need to update your company's records and inform shareholders and other stakeholders of the change. It's essential to follow the proper procedures and documentation requirements outlined by ACRA to ensure a smooth transition.

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