2021 filing taxes Hong Kong

2021 filing obligations for Hong-Kong and Singapore : reporting timelines and requirements

As we close out 2020 and plan for 2021, January is a good time to revisit the various reporting timelines and requirements. As a company director or finance professional, there are a range of filing obligations to note. These include company registration confirmations, filing of accounts and tax filings. In the article below we will summarise these requirements for private companies in Singapore and


Rosemont Business Asia congratulates the EDHEC Endowment Funds and its subsidiary, Scientific Beta 

Singapore Exchange (SGX) has recently acquired 93 per cent of Scientific Beta* shares. The Singapore holding of the EDHEC Endowment Fund (SHEEF) will own the rest 7 per cent to allow the EDHEC Business School to retain a board seat. The cost of this operation reached 279S$ million and will offer a much diverse range of products to investors. *Scientific Beta, initially established in 2011 by the EDHEC Business School, is a research-based


Singapore’s hawker culture added to UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage 

The Hawker culture in Singapore has officially been included in the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The process took nearly three years of work by the National Heritage Board which was instigated back in February 2018. A 24-member international committee unanimously accepted Singapore’s application through virtual proceedings in December 2020.     This successful nomination constitutes Singapore’s first item on this distinguished list


Singapore – Tax Implications of Travel Restrictions

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments around the world have sought to implement a series of extraordinary measures, such as travel restrictions and lockdowns. In record time, the world has deployed aid plans to try to mitigate the economic impacts. On the other hand, individuals and companies have also had to adapt to this new way of life. For companies, it has become


Les principaux visas de travail à Singapour en 2018

Outre un bon CV et des compétences recherchées par la cité-Etat, la clef pour travailler à Singapour : le visa travail ! Cependant, depuis la secousse des élections en 2011, les autorités misent plus sur les singapouriens pour assurer leur croissance que sur les expatriés. Les vannes logiquement se resserrent. Et cette tendance s’amplifie d’année en année. Pour les entreprises, Singapour applique la règle 1/3 main-


Singapore ranked 2nd – Ease of Doing Business Report

According to the Ease of Doing Business Report 2020 published by the World Bank, #Singapore and #HongKong, are ranked 2nd and 3rd respectively out of 190 countries. Doing Business covers 12 areas of business regulation. Ten of these areas — starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property, getting credit, protecting minority investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts, and resolving insolvency —