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A Singapore branch office is a legal entity registered with the ”Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA)” of Singapore. A Singapore branch office is considered an extension of the foreign company and not as a separate legal entity. From a taxation point of view, a branch office is generally considered a non-resident entity and therefore not … continue reading
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS), the regulatory authority for the financial sector in the country, has recently implemented a set of changes to the regulatory framework governing fund management companies (FMCs) operating in Singapore. Tightened rules pertaining to licensing, registration and operating requirements were effected through amendments made to the Securities and Futures (Licensing … continue reading
Rikvin is optimistic that Singapore’s greener slate puts it in good stead to be positioned as a thought leader for sustainability and environmental issues in Asia. This in turn, may bode well for its reputation as a business destination. ... continue reading