Foreigners who wish to set up business in Singapore may consider set up Singapore Private Limited Companies (Pte. Ltd.).

The Main Advantages of Singapore Pte. Ltd. companies:

  • Most conventional and trusted structure
  • The company structure is easy to understand. A company has directors, shareholders, company secretary, auditors, registered address and share capital
  • Provide flexibility to foreigners an option to relocate to Singapore via Employment Pass/Entrepreneur Pass (subject to approval by Authority). Dependent Pass is also available to the immediate family members of foreigners (subject to approval by Authority)
  • Certain companies are exemption from audit (subject to conditions)
  • Certain companies are eligible for tax exemption from the first S$100,000 of chargeable income for the first 3 years of assessment(subject to conditions)
  • Low corporate tax rate. Corporate tax rate is 17% on chargeable income (income less allowable expenses)
  • Singapore has good banking system
PAYMENT METHODS
We accept the following payment methods: 

Cash Payment
Singapore Dollars, United States Dollars and Euro Accepted. 

Cheque Payment 
Singapore Dollar or United States Dollar or Euro – Cheque favourable to GLOBAL CORPORATE ADVISORY PTE. LTD.

Internet Banking 
Internet Bank Transfer via our account – 066-900822-8 of DBS Bank (Current Account) – Singapore Dollar (SGD).
Internet Bank Transfer via our account – 0003-002162-01-7-022 of DBS Bank (Current Account) – United States Dollar (USD). 

Telegraphic / Wire Transfer – Singapore Dollar (SGD)

Bank Name DBS Bank
Bank Address 12 Marina Boulevard,
DBS Asia Central,
Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3,
Singapore 018982
Bank Code 7171
Swift Address DBSSSGSG
Telex Number RS 24455
CHIPS UID Number 034675
Beneficiary’s Name GLOBAL CORPORATE ADVISORY PTE. LTD.
Beneficiary’s Account No. 066-900822-8
Special Instructions Deposit into account
 
Telegraphic / Wire Transfer – United States Dollar (USD)
 
Bank Name DBS Bank
Bank Address 12 Marina Boulevard,
DBS Asia Central,
Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 3,
Singapore 018982
Bank Code 7171
Swift Address DBSSSGSG
Telex Number RS 24455
CHIPS UID Number 034675
Beneficiary’s Name GLOBAL CORPORATE ADVISORY PTE. LTD.
Beneficiary’s Account No. 0003-002162-01-7-022
Special Instructions Deposit into account
 
 
 
Credit Card via PayPal (Visa, Master Card & American Express) 
Payment via PayPal in United States Dollar
Credit Card via NETS (Visa & MasterCard) 
VISA / MasterCard payment mode in Singapore Dollar (SGD)
Credit Card via NETS (Visa & MasterCard) 
VISA / MasterCard payment mode in UNITED STATES DOLLAR (USD)
Internet Banking payment mode in Singapore Dollar (SGD)
Please have the following – A valid Internet Banking account with Citibank, DBS, UOB, OCBC

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Pages

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