Haldanes’ corporate and commercial practice combines an ability to assist with the execution of a diverse range of corporate transactions and to assist commercial clients with the operation, regulation and development of their businesses in Asia.
Our focused team of corporate and commercial lawyers have experience in representing clients in executing various corporate and commercial transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, venture capital/private equity financing, joint ventures and investment fund transactions.
The corporate and commercial partners have many years of experience representing multi-national corporations, financial institutions, global and regional investment funds, entrepreneurs and technology companies throughout the Asia-Pacific region, including the People’s Republic of China.
Our corporate and commercial lawyers have experience in handling virtually all aspects of business relations, including advice on, drafting and negotiating of a diverse range of commercial contracts, both locally and internationally, including licensing, partnership, outsourcing, distribution, manufacturing and agency arrangements.
Our strengths are founded on an emphasis towards developing an in-depth, focused and personalized understanding of client needs enabling our corporate and commercial lawyers to deliver a business-oriented and solutions-driven service.
Our corporate and commercial lawyers offer a full range of corporate secretarial services for both Hong Kong and offshore companies in most jurisdictions, including
- Company formation services (We provide electronic services for one-stop company incorporation and business registration)
- Registered offices
- Company secretarial services
- Filing of statutory returns
- Nominee shareholder
- Keeping Registers
- Authorised signatory
- Opening Bank Account
- Authorised representative (for overseas companies registered in Hong Kong)
- Agent for service of legal process
- Application for dormant status of Hong Kong companies
- Arranging for audit, accountancy and tax consultancy services
- Deregistration and winding-up services
“Incredible attention to detail and passionate advocacy for his clients.”
Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I register a company limited by shares?
- Can I acquire a company limited by shares?
- What are the advantages of company limited by shares?
- Who is eligible to be a director of company limited by shares?
- Who is eligible to be a shareholder of company limited by shares?
- What is the role of the Company Secretary of company limited by shares?
- What is Registered Office?
A limited company is required to have a registered office address to all communication which government notice may be addressed to it.
- What statutory records are required to be kept at the Registered Office?
Register of directors, register of charges, register of debentures the register of shareholders and Register of Significant Controllers. The statutory records also include minutes of the meetings /written resolutions of the board of directors and the shareholders.