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New Significantly-Reduced Rates for Official Fees for Corporate Registration
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Thailand
  • April 30 2018

The Ministry of Commerce has issued a ministerial regulation prescribing new rates of official fees for registration of partnerships and private


New MOC’s Requirements for e-Registration
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Thailand
  • March 20 2017

As part of its efforts to streamline the electronic system for corporate registration (e-Registration) to improve Thailand’s ranking in World Bank’s


Amending the Criminal Liability for Representatives of Juristic Persons
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Thailand
  • February 20 2017

On 11 February 2017, the Act Amending the Law on the Criminal Liability of Representatives of Juristic Persons (the Act) came into effect. The purpose


New Bill to Allow One Person to Form a Private Limited Company
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Thailand
  • January 30 2017

On 24 January 2017, the Thai Cabinet approved the Establishment of a Private Limited Company by an Individual Person Bill (the Bill). Under the Bill


New e-filing requirement for financial statements
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Thailand
  • September 16 2015

The Department of Business Development, Ministry of Commerce (“MOC”) issued an announcement, dated 4 September 2015, regarding the electronic


Additional guidelines for incorporation of private limited companies with registered capital over THB 5 million
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Thailand
  • June 11 2015

The Department of Business Development issued new guidelines concerning additional evidence required for incorporation of private limited companies


Private limited companies face increased penalties for late filings of corporate amendments
  • Baker McKenzie
  • Thailand
  • January 18 2012

Private limited companies will be subject to significantly increased fines if they fail to fulfill their corporate registration obligations within the period prescribed by law, as the reduced rates for fines, allowed under the 2009 regulation of the Department of Business Development, comes to an end in March 2012.