maintenance and deregistration of a companies are the three
core areas of our Companies Secretarial Department. In this
Section, let us begin with some useful tips regarding the
formation of a company in Hong Kong.
There are two
main types of companies that an investors may consider:
sometimes ask which is the best offshore area to incorporate
a company. There
is no standard reply as the answer really depends upon the
intended use of the corporation as well as the client’s
own personal or business circumstances. There are, however,
a number of factors which must be considered beforehand. The
first is the tax regime of the Offshore Financial Centres (OFC)
and just as important is the political and economic
OFC chosen should not be subject to violent political swings
or the likelihood of military coup or invasion.
Other factors include the quality of communications,
language, legal system, confidentiality, exchange controls
and banking facilities.
Attention should also be drawn to restrictions which
the country might impose upon certain types of business.
particular importance is to remind clients that the tax and
other benefits which can be obtained will depend not only
upon the tax and other legislation of the country of
residence, and possibly and domicile, of the beneficial
owner but also any relevant anti-avoidance legislation of
any country in which the client intends to run business. We always encourage clients to take appropriate independent
professional advice before setting up an offshore structure.
information, please download our Brochure for Offshore
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Hong Kong Company
the laws of Hong Kong, there are three types of business
has total autonomy over running of business and very few
legal requirements. The sole proprietor takes all the
has unlimited liabilities and the sole proprietor bears
all the responsibilities and risks.
run by a group of two or more under the
Partnership Ordinance. There are few legal requirement
and generally easier to administer and cheaper to run
than a company.
have unlimited liabilities. In general, the partners are
jointly and severally liable for the debts of the
partnership and sole proprietor can use the same name
for different company.
dissolved on decease or bankrupt of a partner or sole
proprietor. It must use the name of partners or sole
proprietor for holding of property.
you are interested in our services or want to have more
information regarding the company secretarial issue, please
contact our Company Secretarial Department at 2528-2228 or
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