Emerhub has registered hundreds of companies in Indonesia since 2011
Key requirements for setting up a company in Indonesia
Foreign ownership depends on the business classification
Any shares owned by a foreign shareholder makes the company a foreign-owned company.
Maximum foreign ownership depends on the business classification (KBLI) of the company and can be anywhere between 0-100%.
Capital statement letter
Capital statement letter is a written statement by the shareholders that at least 2.5 billion Indonesian Rupiah (roughly $200,00) will be transferred to the company as a paid-up capital once the company is registered.
Commissioners and directors
The director(s) are in charge of the day to day operations of the company.
Commissioner(s) represent the shareholders in overseeing the directors.
Many industries require additional industry-specific licenses, such as manufacturing, trading, etc. Let us know your planned activities and we will get back to you with the exact requirements for your business.
Emerhub has been very supportive. Easy to reach. Whenever we need signatures or contact Emerhub for anything, we get a quick response.Yoseano Wibisono, Finance Manager of GCP Applied Technologies Indonesia.
GCP Applied Technologies is a Fortune 1000 company listed in NYSE.
Contact us to register a company in Indonesia
Tell us briefly about your planned business activities in Indonesia and our consultants will reach out to you to discuss the details.