Business Registration Service in Thailand

Companies in Thailand have to be registered with the Department of Business Development, Ministry of Commerce. We specialized in offering company registration services for foreigners doing business in Thailand.

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Thai Limited Company Registration

Thai Limited Company is the most common form of business entity type for foreign business or individual to conduct business activities in Thailand. This structure requires that the company have a Thai majority shareholder and a Thai director. Thai majority owned companies are are to purchase Thai land, properties and is allowed to perform all types of businesses in Thailand. 

In order to set up a Thai Limited Company, we will need to have at least three (3) shareholders, and one (1) director to register the company. One of the shareholder, who must be a Thai, must holds 51% of the shares while foreign shareholder can hold up to 49%.

Our foreign controlled Thailand company limited registration service includes the following:
 

  • Consulting on business model, company structure, Thai investor & director, shareholding structure, contracts, visa & work permit, tax returns, accounting, audit & corporate compliance.

  • Register company with the Ministry of Commerce (MOC).

  • Translate company registration papers from Thai to English.

  • Obtain corporate income tax ID number.

  • Provide contacts for a Thailand accountant and auditor service.

  • Provide written summary of basic compliance requirements in Thailand.

  • Correspondence by email, telephone and in person meetings.

BOI Company Registration

The Board of Investment (BOI) is Thailand’s principal government organization encouraging foreign entities or individuals to establish their presence in Thailand. As a Thai company with BOI certifications, the company will qualify for attractive incentives offered by the Thai Government. Examples of incentives are major tax waivers, reduction of import duties on machinery and raw materials, easing of foreign equity restrictions and increased land ownership opportunities. 

Our Thailand BOI application service includes the following:

  • Advise client on all required information and documents to apply for a BOI license.

  • Prepare & File a BOI application.

  • Assist in communicating with the BOI.

  • Accompanying the representatives of the client in meetings with the BOI.

  • Make presentations to the BOI in regards to the business plan.

  • Follow up the application with the BOI officers.

  • Submit any additional information or documents required by the BOI.

  • Receive a notification of approval.

  • Submit promotion acceptance form on behalf of the client.

  • Submit required documents for the issuance of the BOI certificate.

  • Receive the BOI certificate.

  • Provide an English translation of the BOI certificate.

  • Consulting on an on-going basis in regards to BOI privileges and questions.

  • Correspondence by email, telephone and in person meetings.

FBL Company Registration

A Foreign Business License (FBL) in Thailand can be awarded to a Foreign business with 100% ownership of the Thai company. However, not all company types can be registered under the FBL category. Even if the company type qualifies for FBL application, the application process is often time-consuming and the outcome may be unpredictable.

Generally, we would not recommend to apply for a FBL company type in Thailand except for large foreign multinational companies investing large sums of capital and creating numerous jobs for Thai citizens.

Our foreign business license application service includes the following:

  • Advise client on all required information and documents to apply for a foreign business license.

  • Prepare a foreign business application.

  • Filing the application & assist in communicating with the Ministry of Commerce (MOC).

  • Accompanying the representatives of the client in meetings with the MOC.

  • Make presentations to the MOC in regards to the business plan.

  • Submit any additional information or documents required by the MOC.

  • Receive the foreign business license.

  • Provide an English translation of the foreign business license.

  • Correspondence by email, telephone and in person meetings when necessary.