Organisations Expanding to Singapore

Singapore has become the destination of choice for many organisations expanding their business into the greater Asian region. With it’s low company tax rates, government grants to assist start-ups and a comprehensive set of tax treaties, the Singaporean government has positioned the country as one of the easiest jurisdictions to do business in.

We provide a “whole of tax” service to organisations expanding to Singapore. Our services range from establishing a Singaporean presence, to coordinating and taking full advantage of Government grants, to ongoing tax compliance, monthly management reporting and payroll.


We can assist with:

  • Incorporation and advice on how best to structure your Singaporean entity;
  • Company Secretarial services including opening of a bank account, provision of registered office and mail handling services.


We can assist with:

  • Assessing and advising which Government grants and incentives are relevant.


We can assist with:

  • Annual tax planning;
  • Assisting with annual compliance for ACRA;
  • IRAS compliance;
  • Regular management reporting with bespoke reporting for shareholders or parent entity;
  • Year-end financial statement preparation;
  • Registration for GST and quarterly filing;
  • Remuneration planning and payroll services;
  • Adhoc tax advisory as required.

Need tax advice?

We care. CST’s guiding philosophy is to understand and have empathy with our clients while providing specialist tax advice and services. If you need integrated cross border tax advice and compliance our renowned team is able to help you.

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