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Price: £1910
Country: Hong Kong
Population: 6,921,700 (2007 estimate)
Currency: Hong Kong dollar
Language: English, Mandarin and Cantonese were the official languages until 1997 with English being used for all legal and governmental work. Cantonese was and remains the common spoken language. Mandarin became the official language of government in July 1997 and is increasingly spoken.

Hong Kong is famous for its impressive skyscrapers close to its equally magnificent green mountains. But there is more to Hong Kong that makes it popular. It is seen as one of the fastest emerging business capitals in Asia. With strong and steady economic growth, the city continues to attract not just tourists, but also investors and entrepreneurs from all over the world.

Hong Kong Offshore Company Formation

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£1910.00

  • Company Formation in Hong Kong
Services Included  Year 1  Year 2
Incorporation Yes N/A
Corporate Structuring Yes  NIL
Government Fee Yes HK$5950 
Corporate Domicile Yes £650
Director & Nominee Service Optional Extra Optional Extra
Total Cost £1,910  

 

Additional costs will be incurred if banking is required in Hong Kong.

 

Details of Limited Company:

  • Minimum of one shareholder.
  • Minimum of one director.
  • Directors and Beneficial Owners can be corporate or individual and need not be local residents.
  • Meetings of directors or shareholders may be held in any country.
  • Disclosure of directors or shareholders.
  • No requirement for audit or to file accounts and annual returns where the Company is not trading.
  • Annual Business Registration fee of HK$600 if authorised capital <=HK$10,000.

Banks
A member of the banking team will be able to advise on the most suitable offshore bank account.

All prices quoted are exclusive of VAT.

 

Why Form a Company in Hong Kong?

Easy offshore company formation

Hong Kong has a reputation as one of the easiest places to start a business. The process of forming a company is fast and simple; there is no need for time-consuming processes.  You also do not have to deal with any special authorisation  from various government departments. Hong Kong  also adopts a policy that favours foreign-owned companies and entitles their shares to be 100% foreign-owned.

Favourable Tax System

Hong Kong taxes are low and there are no foreign exchange controls. They do not have a complex tax system that disfavours offshore companies. Company owners can get a number of tax benefits, such as no VAT and no withholding tax on dividend or interest. Foreign-sourced income is also exempt from tax. This means an offshore company with income coming from operations abroad is free from any tax liability.

Ideal Environment to Go Global

Hong Kong  is a stable and reliable jurisdiction. Its solid financial and political stability makes it a great place to grow your business. As a premier business and investment capital, you will get not only prestige, but also access to other potential markets in Asia.

These are only a few reasons many people see an offshore company formation in Hong Kong as the ideal option. If you are planning to incorporate in Hong Kong soon, get help from providers of incorporation assistance. It is wise to go for one that also offers consultancy so you will get additional support in establishing your company. Professional consultants should help you understand the regulations and assist you all the way.

Although the process might seem easy and simple, it still makes perfect sense to have the guidance of professionals. This is especially true when you are setting up an offshore company for the first time. With consultants and assistance providers, you can ensure fast and successful company formation.

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