Role and responsibilities of Singapore company
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Amongst others, one of the key requirements for incorporating a company in Singapore is that it should have at least one resident director. While a local Singaporean resident can become a resident director of his own company himself, it is mandatory for a foreigner looking to register company in
Singapore to have a resident director in his company in order to proceed with company
registration in Singapore.
As ACRA States, “A director must make decisions objectively, act in the best interest of the
company, avoid conflicts of interest, and be honest and diligent in carrying out his duties.”
The director is the most important stakeholder in a Singapore company considering that he
or she is the person responsible for managing the affairs of the company and providing it
with directions about how to go ahead both practically as well as on papers.

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