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Frequently Asked Questions
Registration is required for all businesses in Hong Kong. Non-corporation businesses must submit their application within a month of their company start date.
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Hong Kong permits 100% foreign ownership of firms, hence it is possible to establish a wholly-owned subsidiary in Hong Kong. As a result of its restricted responsibility and multiple tax benefits, establishing a subsidiary has become the most popular and favoured choice for most international enterprises.
The Registrar of Businesses maintains an online Cyber Search Centre where interested parties may do searches on the most up-to-date information on registered companies as well as see picture records of papers filed with the Registrar of Companies.
There is no difficulty or expense involved in company registration in Hong Kong. In Hong Kong, a foreigner may be the only director and shareholder of a company and possess 100% of the company’s shares. In addition to being a terrific place to do business, Hong Kong serves as a convenient entry point for expanding into China and other Asian markets.
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A Hong Kong corporation may be formed by any individual or group that wishes to do so. Additionally, foreigners are not permitted to be the only shareholder. Investors must be above 18 to participate. The company must also have a minimum of one director, who may be either a native or non-native speaker.
Anyone may form a corporation without needing to be present at the moment the registration is processed. It is possible for non-Hong Kong residents to manage their Hong Kong offshore corporation without ever setting foot on Chinese soil.
The sections above highlight the minimum requirements to set up a company in Hong Kong.
We, at PikoHANA, can help you every step of the way. For a brief outline, have a look at the section above.
Companies that are not based in Hong Kong might benefit from a streamlined process. On average, it takes between 7 and 10 days to register a company.
One year of registration in Hong Kong costs HK$150 (US$20), or the HK Business Registration Fee (HK BR Fee). Also, for the low, low price of HK$3,650, you may get a certificate that will be good for three years. This Hong Kong Business Registration Fee is required before you can apply for a Business Registration Certificate.