Yes, the Singapore Companies Act allows for a minimum of one individual or corporate shareholder. A Singapore Company may be registered with only one
Frequently Asked Questions : Shareholding Structure
Yes, you can hold shares in other companies or be a shareholder of another company while you are holding an Employment Pass (EP).
No at the point of application, but you will need to hold at least 30% shares in the company by Year 2.
A shareholder is not liable for the debts or other obligations of the company except to the extent of any commitment made to buy shares. The benefits
Yes. There is no requirement of a local shareholder.
Yes, a shareholder can. However, if it is a newly established company, it is important for the company to show that it is able to generate enough