All registered companies in Singapore are required to have these stakeholders – a local director, a shareholder, a company secretary and an auditor. The company directors are required to ensure proper maintenance of a company’s secretarial records including the Statutory Registers and Minute Books. These documents are usually prepared by the appointed company secretary. The Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) mandates all companies incorporated in the country to employ a company secretary within six months of its incorporation. To ensure the successful registration of a Singapore company, one must also have a registered office address and if required, an Employment Pass (EP) for foreign entrepreneurs.
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