Singapore - Pte. Ltd./Other jurisdictions

The Republic of Singapore is situated on a chain of islands in Southeast Asia between Thailand and Malaysia. Until 1959, Singapore was a British colony, and then joined the Federation of Malaysia for 6 years. In 1965, Singapore left the Federation and became an independent state.

The highest management body of the country is the Parliament. Singapore is considered to be one of the most stable countries in the world in terms of politics.

Singapore economy is among the most intensively growing financial systems in the world. The country is one of the key economic centres of Southeast Asia in such areas as shipping, trade, high-tech, and financial services. 

Singapore legal system is based on Anglo-Saxon law, a legacy of its former metropolis Great Britain.

In Singapore, there are no tax-free companies; however, Singapore’s tax legislation is among most favourable for the global business as it offers the opportunity to use companies incorporated there in a favourable tax regime.