Foreign companies starting or doing business in the Philippines must register their company with various government agencies including the SEC, BIR, SSS, PhilHealth, Pag-IBIG and obtain clearance from local governments. Foreign companies that are over 60% export can be fully foreign-owned in the Philippines through a Branch or Domestic Corporation (Subsidiary). K&C can advise on the most suitable company registration for you considering the company's intentions, foreign ownership restrictions, tax, income and corporate concerns. K&C lawyers and CPAs will instruct you on how to register a business in the Philippines legally and efficiently.
Investors doing business in the Philippines must register their company (branch office, subsidiary/domestic corporation, representative office or regional operating headquarters) with all the required Philippine government agencies to operate. K&C can advise on the most suitable business enterprise for you considering the company's intentions, foreign ownership restrictions, and tax and corporate concerns. Our corporate and tax lawyers can incorporate your company in Metro Manila, Clark, Subic, Cebu, Santa Rosa, and Davao.
Our lawyers and accountants address risks, identify opportunities, and suggest tax efficient structures for foreign companies starting and doing business in the Philippines. After company registration, K&C will assist with registration with PEZA, BOI, CEZA, TIEZA, BCDA, SBMA, CDC (Clark), and other government agencies for a successful start to your business in the Philippines. We will also assist your foreign company in availing of tax incentives if qualified.
K&C provides full business registration services to obtain all the permits and licenses needed to legally start and do business in the Philippines. We have registered over 500 foreign companies in the Philippines in the last six years, specifically call centers, BPOs, and web development companies. Our team of corporate, labor, and tax lawyers will meet and discuss your options and requirements for opening your new business in the Philippines, draft articles of incorporations and by-laws, then process all documents.