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Corporations of all sizes are facing growing challenges. Not only is there increasing regulation, but corporate structures are becoming more diverse and complex. Operating in different jurisdictions means dealing with local laws and processes. And they need to act fast to seize business opportunities or to adapt quickly to changing situations and environments. Besides legal and regulatory issues related to incorporation and governance, the regulations relating to anti-money laundering and countering of terrorism financing are being tightened along with stringent tax laws that scrutinize evasions and avoidance practices of companies. Companies that are inexperienced and unaware of the regulatory obligations run the risk of falling out of compliance and attracting penalty.
The Singapore-based corporate service provider, In.Corp Global Pte Ltd Group’s compliance professionals with extensive knowledge of the compliance requirements across the regional jurisdictions help clients from diverse sectors to seamlessly fulfill their compliance obligations. With more than 30 years of combined experience, the compliance experts at In.Corp ensure that the compliance measures are so ingrained into the processes, values and transactions of the clients, that compliance becomes an innate aspect of the clients’ operations.
The skills to handle any type of business
For clients who have intra-regional operations, In.Corp’s centrally managed compliance service ensures seamlessly integrated compliance measures. Regardless of the size of the client’s operations and the sector in which they operate, In.Corp offers practical and cost-effective means to meet the compliance demand.
We aim to be a leading Pan-Asian corporate solutions provider and a partner of choice to our customers for their business expansion needs internationally
With In.Corp assuming the responsibility towards compliance, the clients can achieve resource optimization and focus on core activities. “We ensure that every transaction is accounted for, documentations are thorough, likely issues are promptly resolved and assist our clients in establishing a dynamic and comprehensive compliance framework that is responsive to the regulatory changes. Our proactive and diligent approach has helped several of our clients to avoid non-compliance risks when they expand into new jurisdictions,” says Atin Bhutani, CEO at In.Corp Global Pte Ltd Group.
In.Corp has a footprint that spans across South and Southeast Asia and China. Such a wide-spanning presence has consolidated the company’s capability to provide cohesively tailored services to companies that have extensive cross-border operations in the region. In addition to corporate compliance, the company also provides accounting, taxation, incorporation, risk assurance, corporate recovery, and business expansion advisory services.
Five of the leading and reputed corporate services firms of Singapore were merged to form In.Corp in 2015. Ever since, the company has grown in strength through a region-wide acquisition spree and fortified its position as a premium service provider for local, regional and international clients. It continues to augment its position through acquisition and one of its latest acquisitions is the Jakarta-based Cekindo Bisnis Grup, a firm offering one-stop- services to international clients who aim to operate and grow their businesses in Indonesia. “We’ve started entering the Big Four space. In fact, only two of the Big Four offer corporate services. Without the incorporation and corporate secretarial services, the Big Four lack the funnel that drives SMEs and mid-market companies into their client base” asserts Bhutani. He adds that the In.Corp’s services, while at par with the Big Four, come at affordable price points. Moreover, they have recently received Singapore’s first Digital Innovation Award by UOB.
With Singapore emerging as a startup hub, In.Corp has been homing in on this segment too. Their service offering for startups include customized big data-based tools to obviate the need to work with law firms. “We aim to be a leading Pan-Asian corporate solutions provider, and a partner of choice to our customers for their business expansion needs internationally,” concludes Bhutani.