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Foreign owned company (PT PMA)
The process of setting up a company depends on your business classification. However, here are the four key requirements that all foreign-owned companies must follow.
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Registering a company in Indonesia takes about five working days.
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Before we can file your company registration application, we will need to know what your business will do, who will own it and where will it conduct business.
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Foreigners are allowed to own companies in any business classification unless that classification specifically does not allow foreign ownership. Those are mostly business activities that are seen as a threat to national security or where the government wants to protect local small businesses from foreign competition.
A PMA stands for foreign direct investment (FDI). Foreign-owned companies are referred to as PT PMAs (limited liability companies with foreign ownership). Note that any amount of foreign ownership makes the company a PMA.
A “PT” stands for limited liability company. A company will be called “PT. My Company Name” regardless of whether the company has foreign ownership or not.
CV is a sole proprietorship which is only reserved to Indonesian nationals.
Besides getting access to the business opportunities in the fourth largest country in the world, having a company allows you to open local bank accounts, hire employees, issue work permits to foreigners, and even buy property.
Tell us about your plans in Indonesia and our consultants will reach out to you to discuss the details.