Your company registered address is the address listed in the records of the Hong Kong government.
Here’s 6 tips about the registered address of your Hong Kong company.
According to Section 658 of the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance of Hong Kong, all Hong Kong companies must have a registered office address in Hong Kong.
This is the address where all communications and government notices can be sent.
All of these letters have a set submission deadline attached. A late fee will incur if that deadline is missed.
This registered address is only used for the administrative registration of your company and not for official business use.
This means that a company can have its actual business address at a location different from its registration address.
A company address shall meet the following conditions:
Based on applicable regulations, a Hong Kong company is also required to display its name and liability status in legible characters at its registered office address and every business venue.
The company name should be easily seen and positioned in the stated above premises for all visitors.
Your company address is not limited to commercial or office locations.
This means that a residential address could also be used as a registered office address for a company.
If you decide to use a residential location as a registered address, you should:
Considering all of these points, most entrepreneurs prefer having another registered office address even if they continue to run their business from home for privacy.
The standard practice is to use the registered address services of a professional company secretary such as Air Corporate.
This ensures compliance and also avoiding any mistake in timely receipt or handling of government notices.
Most companies choose to keep their company documents and statutory records (such as the registers of members, register of directors, significant controllers register) at their registered office address.
However, this is not compulsory. The statutory records can be kept at another address in Hong Kong.
In this case, a NR2 Form shall be filed with the Companies Registry regarding the address at which the statutory records are kept.
Using the registered address services of Air Corporate guarantees compliance with applicable laws.
We bring you piece of mind by:
If you decide to use our registered address services, we will take care of everything for you. This includes:
Please note that any change of address must be reported to the Companies Registry within 15 days to avoid penalties.
Air Corporate offers different incorporation packages available. Some include a registered address service.
We provide more than just an administrative address. Our team opens and scans government letters, your bank statements, and other correspondence.
It is a hassle-free service. You can also expect prompt and reliable updates, so you can focus your efforts on developing your business.
Our services notably include:
If you have not incorporated with us, or if you have not appointed us as company secretary for your company, simply contact us if you need a registered address or virtual office address.
Focus on your business, we take care of the rest.
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