Hong Kong


Everything you need in one package, registered office, company secretary, multi currency bank account opening remotely, credit card payment solution for your online business.

Vintage Companies - Are you looking for a vintage shelf company? We can provide older shelf companies in Hong Kong registered as far back as 2012. Please contact us for details at info@LPOffshore.com or +852 8170 1463.

Hong Kong Companies are suitable for:

  • Businessmen
  • E-commerce
  • Consultants / Counsellors
  • International business
  • Holding intellectual property rights
  • Custody vehicle of movable and immovable property
  • Estate planning
  • Wealth management

Hong Kong Companies quick facts:

Company type Limited Company/Limited by shares
Governing corporate legislation The Hong Kong Company registry is the govering authority and companies are regulated under the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance 1984
Information relating to company officers Upon registration, names of companies officers will appear in the public registry. We usually provide an anonymous holding company for the client in Belize, that acts as both director and shareholder
Confidentiality Hong Kong offers a high level of anonymity and privacy
Accounting requirement Yes
Preparation of accounts required.
Accounts are not publicly accessible.
Taxation Taxation is based on a territorial system, which effectively means that foreign derived profits are not taxed in Hong Kong.
Legislation Modern offshore legislation
Currency HK$
Capital may be denominated in any currency
Timeframe Company formed in 5 days. We can have it done urgently in 24h as well.
Stability Stable jurisdiction with excellent reputation
Time Zone GMT+8
Secretary required Yes
Paid up capital requirement No paid up capital requirement (1 $)
Basis of legal System Common Law
Minimum shareholders / directors Minimum of 1 Director and 1 Shareholder (Corporate shareholders and directors allowed.)
  Fee (USD/EUR) Renewal Fee (USD/EUR)

Hong Kong Company, basic company formation incl. registered office, first year's government fees, agent fee and profit and tax return filing.



Offshore Holding Company & Nominee Director in Hong Kong Company



Set of certified copies of company documents (by notary public with apostille)



Bank account opening in person with a high street Hong Kong bank in our office in Hong Kong. Multi-currency account, debit card and internet banking. Min. deposit 100 000 HKD. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH NOMINEE DIRECTORS.



Online account & credit card payment solution opening remotely, with a Hong Kong EMI institution. You will get a virtual account number with a major international bank. The account works with Paypal and Stripe just like a regular Hong Kong bank account. Multi-currency account, debit card and internet banking. No min. deposit.



Bank Account opening remotely in Singapore. The bank has multicurrency accounts, debit cards, internet banking, stock trading, forex trading etc. Bank account can be opened through correspondence. Min. deposit 25000 USD.



Courier Delivery MANDATORY



Required documents: Notarized passport copy, utility bill in original. A bank reference letter or other professional reference letter can be required for some bank account openings. Please contact customer service for details. None of the documentation can be older than 3 months.

CAUTION: Many others list low fees that do not include what is necessary, our fees are Complete.

Read more about Hong Kong below:

About Hong Kong

Today Hong Kong is considered to be the 2nd most important financial centre in the world after London and with New York on 3rd place. It’s an extremely busy city, and its efficiency as financial centre and as a hub for international business is world-renowned. Hong Kong is Asia’s most important financial and commerce centre. There are over 135 licensed banks with over 120 of them being representatives offices for foreign banks. There are 39 licensed deposit taking Finance Companies, all of which play a significant role in the financing and international trade and commerce.

With China pushing forward with its modernization and rapidly growing economy, attracting foreign investments, Hong Kong will surely benefit from being internationally recognized as the gateway to China.

Hong Kong Companies

One of Hong Kong’s key advantages is that it isn’t considered to be tax haven since it’s more famous for just being a major financial centre. However, Hong is one of few countries in the world today that taxes on a territorial basis. Most countries tax worldwide profits of a business, which include profits derived from activities outside of the country. Unlike other Asian countries such as Japan, Korea, Thailand, India, and China; Hong Kong does not have any exchange or capital controls and therefore allow funds to move freely in and out of the territory.

Hong Kong profits tax is only charged on profits derived activities carried out in Hong Kong. This means that a company that carries on a business in Hong Kong, but receives all profits from another country, is not required to pay any tax in Hong Kong. Hong Kong sourced income is currently subject to a taxation of 16.5 %. Hong Kong does not tax capital gains, dividends or interest earned.

The factor that determines the actual locality of profits from trading in goods and commodities is generally the place where the contracts for purchase/sale are effected. “Effect” does not only mean where the contracts are legally executed but also covers the negotiation, conclusion, and execution of terms of the contracts. If a business earns commission by securing buyers for products, the activity which gives rise to the commission income is the arrangement of the business to be transacted between the principals. The source of income is where the activities have been performed. If they have been performed in Hong Kong, then they are taxed in Hong Kong, but if the company’s business activities have been performed outside Hong Kong, the profits will be tax-free in Hong Kong. This makes Hong Kong an extremely important vehicle for tax planning within the trading sector.