26.09.2005 / 05:48
Registrace podniku v Thajsku
In order to set up a limited company in Thailand, the following procedures should be followed:
Choose corporate name which must be registered and approved by the
Commercial Registrar of the Department of Business Development,
Ministry of Commerce
File a Memorandum of Association which contains: the approved name
of the company, its business address, its objectives, personal
details about the promoters and the shares subscribed by each; and
data on the registered capital of the company. The Memorandum
registration fee is 50 Baht per 100,000 Baht of registered capital.
The minimum fee is 500 Baht, the maximum 25,000 Baht.
Convene a statutory meeting of shareholders during which: the
articles of incorporation and by-laws are approved, the board of
directors is elected, the transactions and expenditures of the
founders are ratified, and the authorized auditor is appointed. A
minimum of 25 percent of the par value of each subscribed share
must be paid.
Register the company with the Commercial Registrar. Company
registration fees are 500 Baht per 100,000 Baht of registered
capital. The minimum fee is 5,000 baht; the maximum is 250,000
· Obtain a tax I.D. card and number for the company from the Revenue Department within 60 days of incorporation or the start of operations. Business operators earning more than 1.5 million Baht per annum must register for Valued Added Tax (VAT) within 30 days of the date they reach 1.5 million Baht in sales.
Branch, representative and regional office:
Foreign corporations that would like to do business in Thailand through a branch, representative or regional office must submit the required documents, issued by the Head Office and notarized by a Notary Public or certified by the local Thai consulate or embassy. Information required is as follows:-
· Affidavit from the corporation.
· Power of Attorney for the Manager in Thailand, giving him/her the power to register the branch office with the pertinent Thai government authorities, and to act as the manager thereof.
· Brochure or data book of the head office.
· Company profile of the head office.
· The latest audited financial statements of the head office.
· The latest annual report of the head office.
· Address and location map of the office in Thailand.
· Organization Chart of the office n Thailand.
· Estimated annual expenses of the office in Thailand.
· An explanatory letter describing (i) background of the company , name, registered capital, location of the business. (ii) business plan (iii) justification and necessity to request for permission.
· Pros and cons of the business
· Well known products/ projects/ clients.