Corporate Secretarial Services
We understand that clients do not want to be surprised by fees for the provision of routine corporate secretarial services. This is why we offer a full menu of fixed fee arrangements for routine corporate secretarial services ranging from VAT registration, social security registration, the preparation of notices and minutes for routine board of director and shareholder meetings, the updating of the share registry book and issuance of new share certificates and other routine corporate secretarial services. For dedicated clients, we can also provide a local director (typically a Thai national to avoid work permit problems).
- Thailand’s New Credit Term RegulationBy Douglas Mancill and Nat Uawithya The Policy Rationale Behind Thailand’s Credit Regulation Negotiated terms between commercial parties of equal bargaining power are generally considered better than dictated terms. But regulatory authorities don’t always agree. Last year Thailand’s Trade Competition Commission (“TCC”) promulgated a credit terms regulation (the “Regulation”) intended to protect small-to-medium size enterprises (“SME”) from what it ...Read more
- New Service Added: Work Permits and VisasThrough new additions, Analytics will now offer work permit and visa services to existing clients and parties that retain the firm for corporate formation work. Because the fees for these services will be heavily discounted (e.g., fees for work permits could be as low as several hundred dollars), these services will only be provided to ...Read more
- High Level Overview of Steps Required to Register a Private Limited Company in ThailandThe steps required to establish a private limited company in Thailand are: Reservation of Name The first step involved in establishing a Thai company is to file via online an application to register the company’s proposed name(s) with the Registrar (the Registrar) of the Partnerships and Companies Registration Office, Department of Business Development (DBD), Ministry of Commerce. Within ...Read more
- Higher Returns for Property, Tourism, Entertainment, etc. Sectors After Pandemic EndsHigher Returns in Tourism, Property, etc., after the Pandemic Ends The Bangkok Post reported on 20 November 2020 that “Thailand’s biggest manager of distressed assets is bracing for another difficult year in 2021, as the economy faces more headwinds from the pandemic”. This article goes on to quote Bungyong Visatemongkolchai, the chairman of Bangkok Commercial Asset ...Read more
- Top 12 Things to Keep in Mind When Planning on Doing Business in ThailandThe top 12 things to keep in mind when planning to do business in Thailand: 1. Foreign Ownership of Companies and Land: This is often a surprise for business people and lawyers operating in more open economies, but foreigners are prohibited from owning land (absent narrow exceptions) and foreign majority owned businesses are prohibited from engaging in a ...Read more
- Facing the Foreign Business ActTo legally engage in activities restricted under the FBA, an alien company must obtain a Foreign Business License (“FBL”) or a Foreign Business Certificate (“FBC”) from the DBD. This is often easier said than done, but there are some exceptions.Read more