Company Name: 
The proposed title of your Singapore Offshore company must be approved
Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) of Singapore.
Directors Particulars:
The company must have at least one local director, shareholder, and company secretary. Directors should be natural persons of 18 years and above.
Paid-up capital:
The minimum paid-up capital is $1.
Company’s registered legal address:
A registered address is part of company registration in Singapore. It can be a residential address or a commercial address. But it should not be a post office box.

Opening of Bank Account:
Offshore company owners are required to open a bank account in Singapore. Most bankers in Singapore require the person who is opening a bank account to be there physically for the opening of the account. This is the only step which cannot be completed from abroad.

Business License:
Those who plan to carry out business operations in Singapore may require a business license depending on the nature of the business.
Company Constitution, memorandum, and Articles of Association:
These include details regrading directors’ rights, company management, and shareholder agreements, among other important matters.

Required Documents for smooth Procedure:
Copies of passport of proposed shareholders and directors.
Proofs of residential address of proposed shareholders and directors.
Details of the holding company if the shareholder is a corporate entity.

IP & Trademark:
You can register Intellectual Property of your own in all of the jurisdictions with the Singapore company.

Applying for Merchant account:
This service will be operational after the corporate bank account is activated.