• List of Thailand Company Formation Agents: Top 6 Picks

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    Do you plan to open a company in Thailand and need to find a company formation agent?

    In this article, we list some of the most well-known company formation agents in Thailand, starting with a short introduction about the companies. After, we list the services the companies offer, where they operate, and their office address.

    At the end of the article, you’ll also find an FAQ where we list commonly asked questions among foreigners.

    Siam-Legal is a leading law firm with offices in various cities in Thailand, but also in the US, Australia, and the UK. Being founded more than a decade ago, Siam-Legal has a long experience of helping foreign clients with various services in Thailand, including incorporation.

    The company is lead by Miguel Karin who serves as the Bangkok office’s Practice Manager. Miguel has a long experience in this field and lectures in psychology and law at St. John’s University, in addition to running the firm.

    Siam-Legal is headquartered in Bangkok and has around 15 persons working in different offices.

    Services

    • Immigration
    • Incorporationv
    • Real Estate
    • Litigation
    • Legal Services
    • Others

    Countries & Regions

    • Thailand (Bangkok, Pattaya, Samui, Phuket, Chiang Mai)
    • The US
    • Australia
    • The UK

    Office Address: Interchange 21 Building, 23rd Floor, 399 Sukhumvit Road, North Klongtoey, Wattana, Bangkok 10110

    Tila Legal was founded in 2005 and has a long experience of catering to foreign and local clients that wish to incorporate in Thailand. The company has a good mix of both foreigners and Thai nationals, allowing them to understand the market inside out and offering professional services.

    Tila Legal offers plenty of services to clients who wish to incorporate and conduct business in the Thai market. Interestingly, they also offer private investigation services, which can hardly be found elsewhere.

    Services

    • Corporate Services
    • Legal Services
    • Thai Property Services
    • Thai Visa & Immigration
    • Private Investigations

    Countries & Regions

    • Thailand (Bangkok)

    Office Address: TILA LEGAL (Temp International Legal Association Co., Ltd.), D.S. Tower 2, G Floor, Soi Sukhumvit 39, Khlong Tan Nuea, Wattana, Bangkok, Thailand 10110

    Phrom Phong BTS Station (E5) Exit 1

    3. Reliance Consulting

    Reliance Consulting was founded in Singapore. in 2010 and has expanded quickly over the years. The company has its strongest presence in Singapore, but has evolved to become a leading practicing law firm in Thailand.

    They offer many services to foreigners and locals who wish to incorporate or do business in the country. Several companies and authorities have accredited the company, including names such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Bank of Thailand, Thailand Board of Investment (BOI), and more.

    Reliance Consulting has a team of experienced accountants that have catered to plenty of foreigners over the years.

    Services

    • Incorporation
    • Accounting Services
    • Audit and Assurance
    • Business Licenses
    • Work Permit and Visa
    • Others

    Countries & Regions

    • Singapore
    • Thailand (Bangkok)

    Office Address: G Tower, Level 32, 9 Rama 9 Road, Huaykwang, Huaykwang, Bangkok, 10310

    Konrad Legal is a leading full-service law firm in Thailand that has helped both local and overseas clients from countries such as Japan, Singapore, USA, UK, Thailand, Germany, and Norway.

    The company has its head office in Bangkok and around 15 professionals. The managing director, Niphon Anakkajinda, is the director of both Konrad Legal and Winfild International company.

    Services

    • Company Formation
    • Trademark Application
    • Immigration
    • Marriage Registration
    • Others

    Countries & Regions

    Office Address: Room 2107, 21st Floor, Two Pacific Place, 142 Sukhumvit Rd, Klongtoey, Bangkok 10110, Thailand

    Umpire Legal is a fairly new law firm with a young team of 5 persons. It’s a next-generation law firm that has a goal to break away from the old-fashioned environment of traditional corporate law firms. The company claims itself to provide:

    • Prompt Service
    • Transparent Process
    • No Hidden Costs
    • Clear Communication
    • Quality Support

    Services

    • Corporate (Incorporation)
    • Legal
    • Licenses
    • Immigration

    Countries & Regions

    • Thailand

    Office Address: 246 Times Square Building, Unit 405, 4th Floor, Sukhumvit Road (between soi 12 & 14), Klongtoey, Bangkok, Thailand

    6. Sunbelt Asia

    Founded in 1979, Sunbelt is a major business and legal services network that has 389 offices all over the world. They have several offices in Bangkok that can serve clients in all areas of the country via personal emails and visits.

    The company is a member of various associations and chambers, including the American Chamber of Commerce.

    Sunbelt has around 30 employees in Thailand where incorporation is one of its core services.

    Services

    • Corporate (Incorporation)
    • Legal Services
    • Accounting Services
    • Office Rentals
    • Business & Acquisitions

    Countries & Regions

    • Worldwide

    Office Address: 26th Floor, Fortune Town, CP Tower 2, 1 Ratchadaphisek Rd., Din Daeng, Bangkok 10400 (Phra Ram 9 MRT Station, Exit 1)

    FAQ

    Can a foreigner open a business in Thailand?

    Foreigners can only own 49% of a Thai company, unless you are a US citizen. The remaining 51% need to be owned by Thai citizens.

    What is the most popular company type among foreigners?

    The most popular form of company is a private limited company. In a private limited company, shareholders have limited liability while the directors may have unlimited liability.

    How much does it cost to open a business in Thailand?

    The total fee (including VAT of 7%) is around THB 30,000 (USD 967). The fee includes service fees, government fees, VAT, and company stamp.

    How long does it take to open a business in Thailand?

    It takes around 7 days to open a private company and up to 30 days to open a public company.

    Can I be self-employed in Thailand?

    No, foreigners cannot be self-employed and work in Thailand. You need to open a local company there.

    Can a US citizen own a business in Thailand?

    Yes, thanks to the US-Thai Treaty of Amity issued in 1966, US citizens can be majority shareholders of Thai companies.

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  • 1 Responses to “List of Thailand Company Formation Agents: Top 6 Picks

    1. Mary at 3:15 am

      Hi all.
      Thank you for helpful information.
      Kindly advise me how to get some import licenses I need to get in case our products are comestics and toys for Children. We are from Viet Nam

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