You may register a business as Sole Proprietorship, Limited and Unlimited Partnership, Private and Public Limited Company, Branch Office, Representative Office and Regional Office Headquarter. In most cases, Thai Limited Company is the most popular structure and ideally the first step in setting up a company in Thailand.
Starting a business in Thailand involves many factors to consider and decisions to make in order to proceed in compliance with Thai company law.
There are many laws surrounding the business sector in Thailand. It also requires obtaining business licenses from the relevant government offices in the locality where you will establish your business. It is a requirement for some enterprises to secure a special clearance or license from certain government agencies. The license you need to secure depends on the nature of the business operation.
Moreover, all forms used in the relevant government offices are usually in Thai script. Therefore, completing forms without the knowledge of Thai law and language, will most probably lead to serious complications and problems.
Whether you are setting up your company for trading purposes or for holding properties, we will guide you you all throughout. We can give you extensive advice on which way your company should be structured.
We also provide services in relation to applications for benefits subject to BOI (Board of Investments) approval.
Our competent lawyers with extensive knowledge and practical experience can give thorough advice about business law. Our lawyers will guide you depending on your company’s planned activities and your circumstances, what is best for you and your future company in Thailand.