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Formation guides.

Our guide explains the roles of minority and majority shareholders in Thai limited companies, including minority control by foreigners.
We give key information you should know about setting up a representative office in Thailand, including restrictions and requirements.
Opening a corporate bank account is fundamental to operating your new business. We take a look at the options, requirements and process.
Every company in Thailand must have at least one director to manage the company’s operations and the general meeting of shareholders.
This guide explains why NPOs and NGOs in Thailand may choose to register an association to carry out activities beneficial to the public.
There are two types of shares in Thai companies which grant the holders different rights and duties, and it is important to understand how.
A guide on associations and foundations in Thailand to understand how they are created, how they operate and what the differences are.
This is the ultimate guide to a Foreign Business License in Thailand. The Foreign Business Act specifies certain business activities that are prohibited to foreign companies. However, there is an approach that allows foreign companies to engage in those activities, which is obtaining the Foreign Business License. Continue reading for more details about the license. […]
Foreign investors who apply for the Board of Investment (BOI) promotion may face some practical issues that lead to their application being rejected. In this guide, we put together some tips regarding the BOI application to ensure you have met the requirements and qualifications. Let’s start. Checklist of documents for BOI application When applying for […]
Registered offices are an essential requirement for companies in Thailand, and there are conditions you must consider and verify.