Company Registration in Thailand

Updated on Friday 10th February 2017

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Foreign businessmen who wish to open a company in Thailand need to register it, according to the Thai Company Law. First of all, every investor should choose the type of company he wants to establish in Thailand, and here we mention the private limited companies, the sole proprietorships, the public limited companies or the limited and unlimited partnerships. In order to receive information and guidance when you wish to register a company in Thailand, it is recommended to ask for help from our company registration agents in Thailand.
 

Conditions for company registration in Thailand


Registering a company in Thailand is an easy process and there are two important documents that you should consider, in order to properly start this procedure: the Memorandum of Association and the Articles of Association. The Thai Ministry of Commerce is in charge with the company registration process in the country. The registration of a company in Thailand will take up to three days, and the following documents need to be prepared and signed by the authorized executives:

•    articles of association;
•    business form statement;
•    the list of companys’ shareholders;
•    payment confirmation of share capital;
•    company name reservation form;
•    certification registration form of the limited company;
•    notes and record regarding the statutory meeting.

No matter the type of business you wish to have in the country, it is recommended to ask for help and guidance from our specialists in company formation in Thailand.
 

Average fees for company registration in Thailand


Companies with foreign management in Thailand need to obtain the foreign business license before involving in any activities. Only three shareholder are necessary in order to register a Thai limited company. Regarding the registration, the foreign investors will pay some fees at the Business Development Department in Thailand within the Ministry of Commerce, such as:

•    THB 850 for registering the association memorandum;
•    THB 8,500 for registering the company;
•    THB 200 for the stamp duty applied on the association memorandum;
•    THB 200 for the stamp duty applied on the articles of association;
•    THB 100 for the registration certificate.

We invite you to get in touch with our company formation experts, if you need extra details or information about the company registration procedure in Thailand.

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