Singapore Exchange Limited (SGX) is an investment holding company that provides trading services. The Singapore Exchange Limited is a member of the World Federation of Exchange and is also a member of the Asian and Oceania Stock Exchanges Federation.
Listing on the Singapore Stock Exchange is less expensive compared to stock exchanges in other countries, but it depends very much on the amount to be raised.
In order for a company to be listed on the Singapore Exchange Securities’ board it must meet one of the following requirements:
Based on the first and second requirements a Singapore company that will be listed on the SGX must have conducted the same business and must have had the same management during the period the profit was made. When calculating the profits, the company must exclude non-recurrent and extraordinary income.
The Singapore Stock Exchange also requires company’s directors to be experienced in managing the business in order to consider whether the company should or should not be listed. The Singapore company’s board must also be comprised of a minimum two non-executive and independent directors.
In order to trade on the SGX, a Singapore company must open a brokerage account. The brokerage account on the SGX can be open by submitting the following documents depending on the trading activity to be undertaken:
It takes about two weeks for a brokerage account application to be processed.
If you want to list a company on the SGX or open a brokerage account you can contact our specialists in company formation in Singapore.