Process for registering a company in Thailand:
The first step of Thai company registration is the name reservation. Naturally all businesses require a name, therefore you must first provide the desired name for your company along with two alternative names. Then we will submit these to Thailand’s Ministry of Commerce. The Registrar will then verify that no similar company names have been reserved and that the name does not violate any ministerial rules.
If the desired name does not meet these requirements, the registrar will then assess the alternative names. If none of the requested names are available, you will then have to re-submit two more names. This step of Thai company registration is very simple and only requires 2-3 days to be completed.
The Second step of Thailand company registration; File a Memorandum of Association (MOA)
Once your company name has been reserved, all shareholders must sign a Memorandum of Association (MOA). The MOA is a document which provides the names and personal information (such as contact details) for all of the company’s shareholders, as well as the company’s address (PO Box is not acceptable), registered capital, and intended scope of business activities.
Once all shareholders have signed the MOA, it may be submitted to the Ministry of Commerce along with all of the documents pertaining to the company’s registration in Thailand.
Once this step of Thailand company registration is completed and processed, the Ministry of Commerce will then issue the company affidavit, certification, list of shareholders and company articles of association.
Required Documents for Company Registration:
Copy of ID card or Passport of every director(s).
Copy of ID card or Passport of every shareholder(s).
Copy of Housing registration of company's address