18 June 2018

Some company owners want to purchase or own assets when they are a part of a company. This can be a good thing to note for those that want company registration in Thailand. Is it a good idea to approach something like this, are there challenges or issues and what can you do in order to make these issues go away?

Until 1997, people from outside the country were not allowed to get assets or properties in Thailand. As you can imagine, the foreigner had to opt for a citizenship here, and it was quite the hassle to obtain something like that. Nowadays, the laws are more relaxed, and that’s maybe a good thing in this regard.

Speaking of purchasing or owning assets for the company registration in Thailand, the best thing you can do is to have a Thai national as a partner. You (more…)

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05 June 2018


Company Registration in Thailand can be the best most positive move you can make to being able to quickly start a productive business brand. Company Registration in Thailand has changed enormously, during previous years, they rarely allowed foreign set ups of companies in their stores due to certain political sensitivities of their ties with other countries. But now, with the new upgraded changes in the Thailand business law having a more understanding approach to foreign delegates who are hoping to strengthen business ties and provide a way to help the country’s economic boost by increasing foreign investments.

Benefits of Getting BOI Approvals

  • The Approved Company will be given the right to bring in foreign professionals along with their (more…)
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20 April 2018

One of the major questions that a lot of people have when they choose to do company registration in Thailand is whether they need to have capital for creating that business. As you can imagine, creating that business is extremely important, and it can definitely bring in front some major challenges if you don’t know the local law. That’s the thing you have to take into consideration, so using that is extremely important.

As you can imagine, there are some requirements in the case of company registration in Thailand. The minimum capital requirement for a Thai majority shareholder in Thailand is around 2 million baht. There’s also a government setup fee of around 7000 baht.

This may not feel like a major amount at first, but it is mandatory and you do need to take it into (more…)

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21 March 2018

Whenever you want to do company registration in Thailand, you will always end up encountering notions like majority shareholder or nominee shareholder. These are extremely relevant, but you do have to wonder what they mean, what impact they have and so on. As you can imagine, these notions are very important and they do matter quite a lot in the long term.

What is the nominee shareholder?

The nominee shareholder notion is very relevant for company registration in Thailand. The idea here is that the shareholder is in name only. He doesn’t really have a lot of financial stakes nor the interest in the proposed company. But he does have shares, which means that he will be named.

That doesn’t necessarily mean that the nominee shareholder doesn’t care (more…)

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17 January 2018

Company registration agents in Thailand help the process of the company to set up along with their specialized company formation services. The registration of the company name is the initial step towards setting up a new business. You may be developing either a new business or maybe branch out to another location. In case you prefer Thailand as your new business location, you must apply to Companies House for registration of the company. 

Mostly, the Companies House requests you to fill up a registration form and submit it with other essential documents. The procedure of registration consists of deliverables, which might confuse you if you don’t take specialized assistance. The Companies House authorizes most agents for facilitating this complicated registration process. Your (more…)

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