Hong Kong Offshore Company Formation Service

 
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Hong-Kong enjoys 0% taxation on foreign profits and no paid-up capital requirement.


Unlike many other first world, strong-economy jurisdictions, Hong Kong practices a source based tax regime. Compared to a residency based tax regime, Hong Kong companies are not taxed on income sourced outside of Hong Kong. Therefore if your company is incorporated in Hong Kong, but does not conduct business or generate revenue from within Hong Kong, there is no taxation on that revenue.

 

Key Features

 
Company type Limited Company
Governing corporate legislation The Hong Kong Company registry is the governing authority and companies are regulated under the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance 1984.
Confidentiality Hong Kong offers a high level of anonymity and privacy.
Information published relating to company officers Upon registration, names of company's officers will appear in the public registry. Nominee officers can be used to avoid the client's name appearing.
Accounting requirement Preparation of accounts required.
Accounts are not publicly accessible. Taxation
No taxes on foreign profits. Legislation
Modern offshore legislation. Standard currency
HK$ Capital may be denominated in any currency.
Financial Important financial centre.
Stability Stable jurisdiction with a very good reputation.
Communication Good communication means.
Time zone Convenient world time zone: GMT+8
Secretary required Yes
Paid up capital requirement No paid up capital requirement (1 HK$)
Renewal Date Anniversary date of the company / Each Year
Basis of legal system Under Common Law.
Minimum directors/shareholders Minimum of 1 director and 1 shareholder
Bearer shares Bearer shares are not permitted.
 
 

Banking Options for Hong Kong

We assist our clients in identifying the best banking solution for their particular needs from a variety of providers.

 
 

 

Hong Kong is Recommended For

 
Real Estate Holdings
Traders and Investors
Advisers, Consultants and Counselors
Electronic Commerce and Digital Transactions
Business Holdings
Inheritance and Estate Planning
Expatriats and Offshore Workers