Our Team Of Experts Will Ensure That Your Company Meets All Statutory Compliance Requirements, Including The Preparation And Submission Of Annual Reports, Financial Statements, And Other Mandatory Filings With Relevant Authorities, Such As The Ministry Of Law And Human Rights And The Indonesian Tax Office.
Our corporate governance specialists will provide guidance and advice on best practices, helping you implement robust corporate governance structures and processes that align with local regulations and international standards.
We will assist with the planning, organization, and management of board and shareholders’ meetings, ensuring that all necessary documentation is prepared, and legal requirements are met.
Our team will maintain and update your company’s statutory records, including registers of members, directors, and commissioners, as well as minutes of meetings and resolutions.
We will keep you informed of any changes in Indonesian corporate regulations and requirements that may impact your business, ensuring that your company remains compliant and adapts to the evolving legal landscape.
Our experienced professionals will act as a liaison between your company and relevant regulatory authorities, addressing any inquiries or concerns that may arise.
Companies Are Required To Submit Annual Reports To The Ministry Of Law And Human Rights Within 30 Days After The Annual General Meeting (AGM). The Annual Report Should Include Financial Statements, A Company Activity Report, And Other Relevant Information.
Companies Must Prepare And Present Financial Statements To Shareholders During The AGM. Financial Statements Should Be Audited By A Registered Public Accountant If The Company Meets Certain Criteria, Such As Having A Certain Amount Of Assets Or Revenue. The Audited Financial Statements Must Be Submitted To The Indonesian Tax Office Along With The Annual Corporate Income Tax Return.
Companies Must Obtain A Tax Identification Number (NPWP) And Comply With Various Tax Filing Requirements, Including Monthly Value Added Tax (VAT) And Withholding Tax Returns, And Annual Corporate Income Tax Returns.
Companies Need To Comply With Labor Laws, Including Minimum Wage Requirements, Employee Benefits, Social Security (BPJS) Contributions, And Occupational Safety And Health Regulations. Companies Must Also Register Their Employees With The Ministry Of Manpower.
Companies Must Maintain Valid Business Licenses Obtained Through The Online Single Submission (OSS) System. Additional Permits And Licenses May Be Required For Specific Industries.
Board And Shareholders’ Meetings:
Companies Are Required To Hold An AGM At Least Once A Year, During Which Financial Statements Are Presented, Dividends Are Discussed, And Board Appointments Are Made. The AGM Should Be Held No Later Than Six Months After The End Of The Financial Year. Extraordinary General Meetings (EGMs) May Be Called As Needed To Address Specific Issues. Companies Must Maintain Records Of The Minutes Of All Meetings And Resolutions.
Corporate Governance Structures:
Companies Need To Establish A Robust Corporate Governance Structure That Includes The Appointment Of Directors, Commissioners, And An Audit Committee. These Appointments Must Be Reported To The Ministry Of Law And Human Rights.
Companies Are Required To Maintain Up-To-Date Statutory Registers, Including Registers Of Shareholders, Directors, And Commissioners. These Registers Should Be Kept At The Company’s Registered Office Or Another Designated Location.
Annual General Meeting:
Must Be Held No Later Than Six Months After The End Of The Financial Year.
Annual Report Submission:
Must Be Submitted To The Ministry Of Law And Human Rights Within 30 Days After The AGM.
Audited Financial Statements:
Must Be Submitted To The Indonesian Tax Office Along With The Annual Corporate Income Tax Return.
Monthly Tax Filings:
VAT And Withholding Tax Returns Should Be Filed Monthly With The Indonesian Tax Office.
Companies Must Register Their Employees With The Ministry Of Manpower Upon Hiring.
Our Team Of Professionals Has Extensive Knowledge And Experience In Indonesian Corporate Regulations, Ensuring That Your Company Remains Compliant With Local Laws And Requirements.
2. Tailored Solutions:
We understand that each business is unique, which is why we offer customized corporate secretary services that cater to your specific needs and requirements.
3. Time and Cost-Efficient:
By outsourcing your corporate secretarial needs to MMW Property Indonesia, you can save time and resources, allowing you to focus on growing your business while we handle the complexities of compliance.
We prioritize the confidentiality and security of your company’s information, ensuring that your sensitive corporate data is protected at all times.
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