Our team of dedicated professional consultants has streamlined the essential steps for Indonesia company registration. It’s crucial to familiarize yourself with these steps for a smooth setup in Indonesia.
Step 1: Optimal Business Structure Selection Before proceeding, Fionza Consultants will assess your business activities and recommend the most suitable legal entity for your needs.
Step 2: Meeting Government Requirements Once you’ve chosen a business entity, ensure compliance with government requirements. These requirements vary depending on your chosen entity type, as elaborated below.
Step 3: Name Reservation To check the availability of your company name, refer to the official government company directory. Fionza Consultants will assist you in obtaining clearance for your chosen name through a notary, including the payment of IDR 200,000 at a local bank. The notary will provide a code and payment receipt, which will be used to reserve your name online with the Indonesia Ministry of Law & Human Rights.
Step 4: Document Preparation Fionza Consultants will guide you in preparing the necessary documents for Indonesia company registration, tailored to your business structure. For a foreign Limited Liability Company (PT), required documents include shareholder passport copies or corporate entity documents, the registered office address, and, if applicable, a lease agreement or purchase deed for the office space. Notarization of these documents will also be arranged.
Step 5: Deed of Establishment and Certificate of Domicile Fionza Consultants will apply for the deed of establishment with the Ministry of Law and Human Rights within 60 days of its creation. Approval typically takes about 2 weeks. You will receive the Certificate of Company Domicile from the local government, along with other necessary documents for your business operations. If you have a physical office in Indonesia, you’ll also need a Domicile Certificate for Building Management from the Building Management Office.
Step 6: Permanent Business Trading License (SIUP) Your company will need assistance from Fionza Consultants to obtain the SIUP, a permanent business trading license from the Ministry of Trade. This is essential for trading businesses, containing details about the business activities and the responsible individual.
Step 7: Taxpayer Registration Number (NPWP) Fionza Consultants will aid in registering your business with the local tax office to secure a Tax Identification Number (NPWP). Our dedicated accounting team will ensure compliance with tax filing and financial reporting requirements.
Step 8: Register in OSS Upon completing the above steps, Fionza Consultants will register your company in the One Single Submission System (OSS). You will receive the company registration certificate, which includes the Company’s Business Identification Number (NIB).
Step 9: Company Registration Certificate (TDP) and Relevant Licenses Depending on your business activity and capital, you may need to apply for specific business licenses to operate in Indonesia. Additionally, registration with local systems, such as healthcare insurance, social security, and VAT collection, may be required.
Step 10: Corporate Bank Account Opening After company incorporation, it’s essential to open a corporate bank account with a reputable bank. Fionza Consultants will leverage our extensive banking network to assist in opening an account with either a local or international bank, based on your preference. This will enable smooth business transactions.