Register your company in Hong Kong 

just in 3 days 

Key Benefits of Running an International Business Through a Company Registered in Hong Kong


Made for global business

A record-holder for the world’s most open economies in the last two decades with a minimum level of restrictions and bureaucracy, independent judiciary, robust intellectual property protection, Hong Kong is an excellent choice for registering a company for many entrepreneurs around the world. 

Tax-friendly environment 

Hong Kong has a territorial principle of taxation. Only profits that have a source of origin in Hong Kong are taxable. Profits sourced outside of Hong Kong are not subject to Profits Tax. Registering a  Hong Kong company provides you with all the benefits of friendly tax environment alongside with high international reputation.

No withholding tax

Dividend of a Hong Kong company are not taxable. Therefore, registering a company in Hong Kong allows you to easily pay out dividends to shareholders and investors of the company without extra costs.Hong Kong corporations may declare bonus issues (i.e. stock dividends), which are not taxable in the hands of the recipients.

No VAT

Company in Hong Kong has no VAT or sales tax. You will not have to add an additional % to the value of your goods. Therefore, company registration in Hong Kong will allow you to win in the competitive price struggle with those companies that are forced to add VAT in their price.

No capital gains tax

There is no capital gains tax in Hong Kong. Both the interest income received from bank deposits and dividends received from corporations are exempt from profits tax. 

Short incorporation time and minimum share capital of HK$1

A Hong Kong company can be registered in two days with a minimum share capital of HK$1. 

No foreign exchange controls

Hong Kong Dollar is freely convertible currency and Hong Kong's currency legislation does not impose any restrictions. One can register Hong Kong company and enjoy working in any country and currency of the world without bureaucratic delays.

English is used in business circulation and every day life

English language is one of the two official languages in Hong Kong, and is widely used. All business documents and laws are published in English, which makes doing business in Hong Kong simple. Company registration in Hong Kong also takes place entirely in English.

Great infrastructure 

Hong Kong is one of the most modern cities in the world. Business infrastructure  in terms of transportation, telecommunications, IT connectivity and utilities if perfect. Combining the world-class international airport with efficient logistics facilities such as the cargo airport and shipping container port, makes a company registered in Hong Kong attractive for international business.

Gateway to mainland China

Hong Kong is the perfect gateway to mainland China. Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) with China provides Hong Kong with additional and exclusive mainland market access benefits. If you’re planning to do business with a Chinese partners, then registering company in Hong Kong may be your best choice. Hong Kong’s location also gives companies easy access to the Indian and Australian consumer markets.

Minimal requirements

 Just one director and one shareholder are required to set up a company in Hong Kong. Neither needs to be a resident of Hong Kong and there is no reason for these individuals to travel to open the company.

Registered address, no office required

 A Hong Kong company can be opened with a registered address. There is no requirement for a physical office space in Hong Kong. 

Foreign investment allowed

Hong Kong companies are allowed to invest in any industry without government restrictions regardless of the nationalities of their shareholders.

34 double tax treaties signed

Hong Kong boasts with 34 double tax treaties signed, which gives vast opportunities for withholding taxes on payments from abroad to be minimised. 

Hong Kong Banking System

The banking system in Hong Kong is globally recognized as one of the most reliable in the world. By opening a Hong Kong company you are given the opportunity to open a bank account in Hong Kong and have the best banking service in the world.

Our fees for the formation and registration of a private company limited by shares in Hong Kong

Our prices are always a final price and do not contain any hidden fees!

Vita Start

990€

The package includes

  • Name check
  • Government Hong Kong company registration fee of 1720 HK$
  • Government Hong Kong business registration fee of 1250 HK$ (or 250HK$)
  • One year secretarial service 
  • One year registered address 
  • Submission of the incorporation documents to the Companies Registry
  • Preparation of Articles of Association and other incorporation documents;  
  • Certificate of Incorporation in electronic copy;
  • Business Registration Certificate in electronic copy
  • Articles of Association in electronic copy
  • NNC1 Form in electronic copy
  • Minutes of first board meeting/Written resolution  
  • Significant Controllers Registers with Designated Representative
  • Submission of Annual Return (Form NAR1)
  • One year consulting service on doing business in Hong Kong


Vita Light

1450€

The package includes

  • Name check
  • Government Hong Kong company registration fee of 1720 HK$
  • Government Hong Kong business registration fee of 1250 HK$ (or 250HK$)
  • One year secretarial service
  • One year registered address 
  • Submission of the incorporation documents to the Companies Registry
  • Preparation of Articles of Association and other incorporation documents; 
  • Certificate of Incorporation certified by Companies Registry
  • Business Registration Certificate certified by the Business Registration Office 
  • Articles of Association certified by Companies Registry
  • NNC1 Form certified by Companies Registry
  • Minutes of first board meeting/Written resolution
  • Significant Controllers Registers with Designated Representative
  • Submission of Annual Return (Form NAR1)
  • One year consulting service on doing business in Hong Kong


Vita Optimal

1890€

The package includes

  • Name check
  • Government Hong Kong company registration fee of 1720 HK$
  • Government Hong Kong business registration fee of 1250 HK$ (or 250HK$)
  • One year secretarial service
  • One year registered address 
  • Shareholder/director passport certification for remote online registration
  • Submission of the incorporation documents to the Companies Registry
  • Preparation of Articles of Association and other incorporation documents; 
  • Certificate of Incorporation certified by Companies Registry and apostilled
  • Business Registration Certificate certified by the Business Registration Office and apostilled
  • Articles of Association certified by Companies Registry and apostilled
  • NNC1 Form certified by Companies Registry and apostilled
  • Minutes of first board meeting/Written resolution
  • Significant Controllers Registers with Designated Representative
  • Submission of Annual Return (Form NAR1)
  • One year consulting service on doing business in Hong Kong


Additional Hong Kong company registration and support services 

The following services are optional when registering and maintaining a company in Hong Kong.

Additional Hong Kong company registration services

1 year nominee shareholder service for a Hong Kong company

650 €

1 year nominee director service for a Hong Kong company

750 € 

Hong Kong company seal

45 € 

Express courier service outside of Hong Kong

100 € 

Green box of Hong Kong company documents

90 € 

Shareholder/director passport certification for remote online registration of Hong Kong company

150 € 

Foreign company registration in Hong Kong

950 € 

Additional company support services in Hong Kong

Order any additional document of a Hong Kong company certified by the Companies Registry 

75 € 

Order any additional Apostille document of a Hong Kong company

150 €

Сhange of director in Hong Kong company

250 € 

Сhange of secretary in Hong Kong company

0 € 

Сhange of shareholder in Hong Kong company

350 € 

Order an additional Power of Attorney under the Apostille

150 € 

Order certificate of Incumbency 

75 € 

Accounting 

from 150 € 

Frequently asked questions regarding incorporation and maintenance of companies in Hong Kong.

<p>What are the basic requirements for
setting up a Hong Kong private company?</p>

What are the basic requirements for setting up a Hong Kong private company?

<p>How long does it take to register company in Hong Kong?</p>

How long does it take to register company in Hong Kong?

<p>What documents do we need to provide to register a company in Hong Kong?</p>

What documents do we need to provide to register a company in Hong Kong?

<p>Points to note when choosing a company name</p>

Points to note when choosing a company name

<p>Application for business registration</p>

Application for business registration

<p>How long does it take to apostill documents in Hong Kong?</p>

How long does it take to apostill documents in Hong Kong?

<p>Do I need to come to Hong Kong to register a company&nbsp;</p>

Do I need to come to Hong Kong to register a company 

<p>Do I need to check the name before starting the registration of a company in Hong Kong</p>

Do I need to check the name before starting the registration of a company in Hong Kong

<p>Who can be the director of a company registered in Hong Kong?</p>

Who can be the director of a company registered in Hong Kong?

<p>Who can be the shareholder of a company registered in Hong Kong?</p>

Who can be the shareholder of a company registered in Hong Kong?

<p>Who is the Company Secretary in Hong Kong and what are its functions?</p>

Who is the Company Secretary in Hong Kong and what are its functions?

<p>Registered Address Requirements in Hong Kong</p>

Registered Address Requirements in Hong Kong

<p>I would like that my details as shareholder and director do not appear in the public records. Is it possible?</p>

I would like that my details as shareholder and director do not appear in the public records. Is it possible?

<p>What is the procedure for opening a company in Hong Kong?</p>

What is the procedure for opening a company in Hong Kong?

<p>Do I need to pay a salary to a foreign director of Hong Kong company and social contributions?&nbsp;</p>

Do I need to pay a salary to a foreign director of Hong Kong company and social contributions? 

<p>What are the taxes in Hong Kong for companies?</p>

What are the taxes in Hong Kong for companies?

<p>What are the requirements for authorized capital in Hong Kong companies?</p>

What are the requirements for authorized capital in Hong Kong companies?

<p>What are the regular annual fees for maintaining
a Hong Kong company?</p>

What are the regular annual fees for maintaining a Hong Kong company?

<p>Is it possible to purchase a ready-made company?</p>

Is it possible to purchase a ready-made company?

<p>When do we need to appoint an auditor for a Hong Kong company?</p>

When do we need to appoint an auditor for a Hong Kong company?

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Companies Registry / Business Registration Office / Trade Marks Registry

<p>Do I need a visa to enter Hong Kong?</p>

Do I need a visa to enter Hong Kong?

<p>When is the best time to visit Hong Kong?</p>

When is the best time to visit Hong Kong?

<p>Where is the better  to stay in Hong Kong?</p>

Where is the better to stay in Hong Kong?

<p>What are Hong Kong’s official business hours?</p>

What are Hong Kong’s official business hours?

<p>Is Hong Kong save?</p>

Is Hong Kong save?

<p>Short history of Hong Kong</p>

Short history of Hong Kong

<p>What are the holidays in Hong Kong for 2020?</p>

What are the holidays in Hong Kong for 2020?

<p>Travel advise</p>

Travel advise

<p>Health</p>

Health

The general principles of directors' duties 

 company registered in Hong Kong

Principle № 1: Act in good faith for the benefit of the company as a whole

Principle № 2: To use powers for a proper purpose for the benefit of members as a whole

Principle № 3: Not to delegate powers except with proper authorisation and duty to exercise independent judgement

Principle № 4: Duty to exercise care, skill and diligence

Principle № 5: To avoid conflicts between personal interests and interests of the company

Principle № 6: Not to enter into transactions in which the directors have an interest except in compliance with the requirements of the law

Principle № 7: Not to gain advantage from use of position as a director

Principle № 8: Not to make unauthorised use of company's property or information

Principle № 8: Not to accept personal benefit from third parties conferred because of position as a director