Indonesia Company Incorporation in Indonesia

Indonesia Company Incorporation in Indonesia

Guide to Indonesia Company Registration

Guide to Indonesia Company Registration

Indonesia’s large market is the main reason it lure foreigners for company registration. If you wish to set up a company in Indonesia, you can contact our friendly consultants and let us assist you to prepare for your Indonesia company registration process. Read more

Guide to Start Business in Indonesia

Guide to Start Business in Indonesia

Starting a business in Indonesia is not as complicated as one might think. This guide will shed light on the key information you need like procedures and processes involved for Indonesia Company Incorporation. Read more

Guide to Select Your Indonesia Company Names

Guide to Select Your Indonesia Company Names

Choosing a company name for your company in Indonesia is a significant decision that requires cautious thinking and thought of business regulations. A company names need to be approved by Indonesia’s Ministry of Law and Human Rights before registration of the Indonesia company. Read more

Determining Financial Year End for Indonesia Company

Determining Financial Year End for Indonesia Company

The financial year-end for a company is also called its fiscal year which refers to the 12-month period a company utilizes for accounting calculations. In Indonesia, there are specific rules that a company should follow. Read more

Types of Business Entities to Set Up in Indonesia

Types of Business Entities to Set Up in Indonesia

While there are a few types of business entities to set up in Indonesia, three alternatives remain the most well known among foreign investors; foreign investment company (“PMA”), local company (“Local PT”) and foreign representative office (“Rep Office”). Read more

Free Indonesia Company Name Check

Free Indonesia Company Name Check

Before a company name of a limited liability company may be used in Indonesia, for both a foreign investment company (PT PMA) and a local company (PT), the founders must obtain approval from the Minister of Law and Human Rights of Indonesia (MOLHR). Read more