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Grow Your Business in Thailand.

Navigating Company Incorporation with Confidence

Transparent. Legal. Safe. We ensure your Thai business venture starts on solid ground.

We offer a wide range of services to help you start your business in Thailand.

The type of company that suits you

Company Limited

  • Limited Liability: Your personal assets are protected from business liabilities.
  • Flexibility: Ease of management and fewer regulatory requirements.
  • Tax Efficiency: Enjoy tax advantages and potential tax deductions.
  • Credibility: Gain credibility and trust among partners and customers.

Partnership

  • Shared Responsibility: Distribute responsibilities and management tasks.
  • Ease of Setup: Simplified registration process compared to other structures.
  • Flexible Profit Distribution: Customize profit-sharing among partners.
  • Resource Pooling: Combine skills and resources for business growth.

Joint Venture

  • Risk Sharing: Share risks and rewards with your venture partner(s).
  • Market Access: Access new markets and opportunities through partnerships.
  • Resource Pooling: Leverage each partner’s expertise and resources.
  • Shared Costs: Distribute costs related to the joint project.

Why Legal Asean?

We talk straight.
No fancy jargon, just clear guidance.

Thailand is our domain.
We ensure your venture respects local regulations, guarding against potential pitfalls.

We understand European,
Australian, and Japanese business perspectives and align them with Thai regulations.

Our primary goal is to protect your interests, ensuring your business is set up correctly from day one.

Are you ready to scale your business operations in Thailand? The right type of incorporation offers unique benefits for your success.

Why not let us assist you?

Our Approach

We believe in cutting through the noise. With countless businesses under our belt, we’ve perfected the art of company incorporation in Thailand. It’s simple: we focus on the legal maze so you can concentrate on what you do best – running your business.

Our Process

3.1.

Initial
Consultation

We kick off with a straightforward discussion about your needs and the Thai business landscape.
2.4.

Document
Handling

We gather, manage, and submit every piece of paperwork required. You won't have to second-guess if something's missing.
3.1.

Legal
Compliance

This isn’t just about starting a business. It's about ensuring it stands on solid legal ground. We provide in-depth guidance on local regulations to keep everything in check.
2.4.

Post-Incorporation
Support

Once the company's set up, we don't just disappear. We're here for any further legal assistance you might need.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the different types of companies that can be incorporated in Thailand?

There are several different types of companies that can be incorporated in Thailand, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The most common types of companies include:  Partnership, Representative office, Limited company (Ltd.), and Branch.

What are the ongoing costs associated with running a company in Thailand?

The ongoing costs associated with running a company in Thailand will vary depending on the size and type of your business. However, some of the common costs include:

  • Corporate tax
  • Value-added tax (VAT)
  • Social security contributions
  • Accounting and auditing fees

What are the foreign ownership restrictions for companies incorporated in Thailand?

The foreign ownership restrictions for companies incorporated in Thailand vary depending on the type of business. For example, foreign nationals are not allowed to own more than 49% of a company that operates in the retail or transportation industries. However, there are no foreign ownership restrictions for companies that operate in certain industries, such as manufacturing and software development. For detailed understanding of the ownership share, contact us today.

What are the tax implications of incorporating a company in Thailand?

The tax implications of incorporating a company in Thailand vary depending on the size and structure of the company. However, in general, Thai companies are subject to a corporate tax rate of 20%. There are also a number of tax exemptions and incentives available to businesses operating in Thailand.

How long does it take to incorporate a company in Thailand?

The time it takes to incorporate a company in Thailand can vary depending on the complexity of the case. However, in general, the incorporation process can take several weeks. But with the help from experts at Legal Asean, you can expect the wait time to be much less.

Safety Above All

Incorporating in Thailand is not just about paperwork. It's about setting up a shield that protects your business from unforeseen challenges. We make that shield impenetrable.
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Navigating Company Incorporation with Confidence.

We have the expertise to help you start your business quickly and efficiently.