Change of officers
You need to report to ACRA if you appoint/fire a director, a company secretary or an auditor. The company should provide the key details about the employee: his/her name, nationality, identification number, address, phone number, and email. It’s also necessary to specify the position held and the appointment/cessation date.
All fees, any
Our Unlimited package covers all event-driven changes, government fees, and annual filings, so no extra charges out of the blue
Good for a small company or a business with a settled structure
In this package:
- S$60 Annual Filing government fee included
- Corporate Secretary routine Annual Filing and AGM preparation
Add any service on top and pay for each change as you need it:
- Non-share related changes S$50
- Share related change S$100
- Corporate shareholder S$100
Additional services you may needGet more
- Company stamp S$60/m
- CorpPass registration S$100
- Striking off a dormant company S$600
- Striking off a company S$400
- Super Lean plan S$800/y
- Sleeping beauty plan S$600/y
Why choose Osome?
No hidden costs
We advocate transparent pricing, so all standard fees are already included in the price of the packages
in your phone
The documents are always available to you in the cloud-based storage
We work on weekends and at night to prepare documents the same day you ask for them
Why do I need a Corporate Secretary?
Every company is obliged to have one. The law demands that you appoint a secretary within 6 months after the incorporation but you can start using the corporate secretary services right away to have the officer manage your incorporation papers: the required minutes, share certificates and bank account opening documents.
What are the Company Secretary’s duties and qualifications?
It’s an officer who tracks changes in your company’s structure and top management, compiles papers and reports to the government about your business. The secretary also maintains several registers, like the Register of Company Charges or the Register of Controllers, and is in charge of preparing and recording of annual general meetings as well as handling the official correspondence.
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 both the only director and the Corporate Secretary.