Registering a Business in China isn’t complicated…
Over the years, it has become more easier in many ways to register a corporate in China. Mandatory minimum capital injection requirements for corporate to register in China no longer existed and other requirements to start a business has been reduced. However, there are many important considerations to consider when registering a business in China.
F&P offers help to entrepreneurs at every stage, from selecting the right legal entity and tax status to the later process of opening a bank account and obtaining a special license.
To speed things up, we pre-screen all documents and application details to ensure you can process your business as quickly as possible.
F&P eliminates all the complications of registering a business in China. We help you prepare all the necessary documents to ensure the smooth progress of your application. We can also help eligible enterprises to register in the FTZ. Please contact us for more information about business registration in China free Trade Zone.
Step 1: Preparation Now, you need to identify your corporate's legal representative, supervisor and financial officer. The supervisor and the person in charge of finance shall not concurrently serve as executive director or legal representative. During the pre-registration process, we will assist you in selecting a Chinese name for your new business and drafting all necessary documents. The required documents vary depending on the type of legal entity and the shareholders involved. We pre-screen all documents and application details to ensure that you can process business as quickly as possible. For a detailed list of required documents, please contact us for a free consultation.
Step 2: Application Process After having all the prepared documents, you can bring them to Industrial and Commercial Bureau for registration. This process takes about two weeks. After getting the business license, you need to fill in the foreign investment information to the Ministry of Commerce.
Step 3: Post-registration procedures Once the business license has been obtained, F&P will help you complete the following procedures: Carving the company seal (aka. Chop / Chomp)
Opening company bank account
Registering with the tax authorities
Registering with the social security bureau
Registration with the customs authorities (if applicable)
Obtaining special licenses (if applicable)
Application for a Foreigner's Work Permit (if applicable)
Step 4: Monthly, Quarterly and Annual Compliance All businesses in China are required to meet monthly, quarterly, and annual compliance requirements, regardless of if they had any turnover. F&P provides flexible bookkeeping and compliance services to help you meet all your compliance requirements.