For clients looking to set-up in Asia, Marbury can help with the following:
Also known as a Limited Company, the most common form of business entities registered in Hong Kong are companies limited by shares. Learn what you will need to incorporate a Hong Kong company
A branch office is treated as an extension of the foreign parent company and is not a separate legal entity in its own right. For businesses that want to retain their corporate history and records, this is the right way.
The potential benefits of competing in the Chinese market are vast. If you’re looking to understand the nature of business in China, a WFOE, China's version of a Limited Company, is your entryway.
A representative office is a local Chinese arm of a foreign company. Ideal for a marketing or liaison office to get acquainted with China. Interested in testing the waters further?
Find out why Singapore offers an incredibly safe and competitive environment for new incorporations.
A Trademark is an Intellectual Property and when registered protects the brand and logo of a business from the use by others.
Hong Kong has a vibrant start-up scene and first class support environment for local and overseas founders. Here is what you will need to get started and to scale.
If you are looking for a business partner that’s committed, agile, expert, and genuine, you’ve come to the right place.
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