Singapore is a vibrant city-state at the confluence of Eastern and Western cultural and economic rivers. Singapore enjoys an international reputation for openness, and has consistently been rated one of the world’s least corrupt and most pro-business economies.
Singapore is also highly ranked for investment potential, and is regard among the best business environments in Asia Pacific and the world. Situated at the heart of Asia, Singapore holds a pivotal role as a business centre. The city-state is the region’s banking hub, and many international banks, wealth management firms are based here. Other key industries include construction, tourism and biomedicine.
Singapore’s excellent strategic location and highly open economy make it an attractive destination for companies looking to conduct business in the Asia-Pacific region. Singapore boasts a stable political environment, low taxes and a highly skilled workforce, making it one of the most favourable business locations in the world.
Other factors such as an efficient infrastructure and telecommunications facilities, competitive office rents and low investment costs are cited by investors as key reasons for using Singapore for their regional headquarters.
Our Singaporian offices service a wide range of international and local clients, and are here to serve foreign investors looking to do business in Singapore.
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