OneTwoCompany offers its customers a wide range of services related to registration of companies in Hong Kong
OneTwoCompany offers its customers a wide range of services related to registration of companies in Hong Kong and selling ready-made companies. Our customers can take advantage of high quality services for setting up a business in the territory of Hong Kong, opening bank accounts, providing relevant legal, accounting and auditing services as well as elaboration of the best possible tax system.
Opening Bank Accounts
Opening a bank account in Hong Kong is as a rule an indispensable step when starting/registering an offshore company. Such an account is opened for the purpose of financial servicing of the offshore company’s activity. Thus, an account in a bank of Hong Kong is opened to store the earned money under safe financial and legal conditions.
OneTwoCompany offers its customers high quality services related to registering foreign accounts and professional assistance in selecting the most appropriate financial instrument for the purposes of your business.
Hong Kong is nowadays a prestigious offshore jurisdiction and is among three largest and most influential financial centers in the world. Hong Kong companies have a number of advantages in comparison with classic offshore areas, particularly the following: a possibility to do business all over the world without any encumbrances, submission of real reports, etc.
In spite of the perfection of Hong Kong legal framework, thorough knowledge in judicature and legislation of China are required for legally competent running of a business.
For this reason OneTwoCompany offers high quality services related to providing appropriate support in its customers’ business processes as well as professional advice on all the associated issues.
We are ready to render the following services to our customers:
- Legal advice on any issues concerning business activities in the territory of Hong Kong.
- Legal representation. Today’s business is arranged in such a manner that presence of a company representative in any government institution, at the Inland Revenue Department or the court of Hong Kong may be required. We are ready to guarantee skillful representation of your interests at all the authority levels.
- Trademark. In China in general and in Hong Kong in particular trademark uniqueness is a topical issue, so their creation plays an important part in any business activity. Our specialists provide high quality services for trademark registration which will allow you to protect your logotype and other company’s innovations from being used by third parties.
The list of Documents You Will Receive After the Company Registration:
- Certificate of Incorporation (is issued only once)
- Business Registration Certificate (is issued by the Inland Revenue Department of Hong Kong annually);
- Memorandum & Articles of Association
- Certificate of Shares (a document which contains information on the quantity of the company shares, distribution of the shares among the shareholders and the shareholders’ names);
- Form NC1 (a registration form with a confirmation mark of the Companies Registry where the company data are provided: the company name, its legal address, registered secretary (name and address), the first director, his residential address and passport details, the share capital, distribution of shares among shareholders, shareholders’ data (names, passport details and residential addresses);
- Registered Office Agreement (An agreement on providing a legal address signed by the company director on the one part and the registered agent providing the legal address on the other part).
You also have to receive a set of seals:
- Common seal (a metal seal with a convex surface and the inscription "Common Seal") is used for important documents (share certificate, real estate transactions, general power of attorney) and is imprinted.
- Plastic seal (a stamp with the inscription "For and on Behalf of (company name) Authorized Signature") is put on contracts, invoices and other commercial documents. The person acting on behalf of the company affixes his signature on this seal. This can be done by the director or another authorized person acting on the basis of the Board of Directors resolution or a power of attorney.
- Small round plastic seal (with the company name) does not have any legal force and is used for ordinary documents, such as mail receipts. Sometimes it can also be put on invoices.
Control over your company will be exercised from our office in Geneva.