There are prison sentences for disclosing customer bank details to third parties (and possibly fines)

Opening a bank account in Singapore

Country banking analysis

DWe have offshore account opening services in Singapore and anonymous bank accounts with numbered debit cards in Asia, America and Europe. These are aimed at companies, individuals and major corporations.

Everything you need to know to set up an operating company with a bank account.

1. Exchange of banking information

β€’ There are prison terms for disclosing customer bank details to third parties (and possibly fines).

β€’ Banks are fully subject to strict customer due diligence regulations (old FATF recommendation 5 / new FATF recommendation 10).

β€’ Banks are fully obligated to maintain sufficient records of customer and transaction data for law enforcement (old FATF recommendation 10 / new FATF recommendation 11).

β€’ Banks and / or other covered entities are required to report large transactions in currency or other monetary instruments to designated authorities.

β€’ The national administration has sufficient powers to obtain and provide bank information upon request, but without qualifications.

β€’ There are undue notification and recourse rights against the exchange of banking information upon request, but with some problems

Is it legal to open an offshore bank account in Singapore?

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We must emphasize that it is perfectly legal to open a offshore bank account in Singaporeas well as any offshore jurisdiction or low tax. Illegality arises when the beneficiary of these offshore accounts

You have not informed the administrative and tax authorities of your country of origin of the opening of said bank account.

2. Measures to avoid tax evasion

Dividend payments: No unilateral relief for double taxation through a tax credit system.

Interest payments: No unilateral relief for double taxation through a tax credit system.

3. Cash flow

β€’ The jurisdiction accepts the circulation of large notes / cash notes of its own currency (with a value greater than 200 EUR / GBP / USD).

β€’ Bearer shares are always immobilized / registered by a public authority.

β€’ Serial LLC / Shielded Cell Companies are available.

β€’ Trusts with escape clauses are not prohibited.

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  • Shareholders and Agents
  • Office permits
  • Protection of trademarks and copyrights. - Market study.
  • Legal support
  • Proportion of details of temporary unions or associations
  • Fusions and acquisitions.
  • Internal control.
  • Group restructuring.
  • Financial management consulting.
  • Buy a business.
  • Valuation of companies.
  • Credit recovery
  • Job solutions
  • Due diligence search on existing companies and individuals

4. Anti-money laundering legislation

Singapore is not on the FATF list of countries that have been identified with strategic AML deficiencies.

The last Mutual Evaluation Report related to the implementation of anti-money laundering and terrorist financing standards in Singapore was conducted in 2019. According to that Evaluation, Singapore was rated Compliant in 20 and Largely Compliant in 17 out of 40 Recommendations of the FATF.

Overall Non-Compliance Score of FATF Standards in Percentage: 27,5%. (100% = all indicators rated as not met / low level of effectiveness; 0% = all indicators rated as completed or highly effective).

5. Automatic exchange of information

You signed the MCAA and committed to sharing information on or before 2019.

Number of significant activated AEOI relationships (under the MCAA) published by the OECD as of October 2019: 88

What type of private banking exists in Singapore?

International Banking
Local banking

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Each filtering bag international and digital banks They're available.

CRS: YES

Real bank operations: 90%.

Visa type: SGD $, US $, €

Joint accounts.

Remote management account: To consult.

Asset management Depending on the rating of the company.

Rates: It depends on the type of account.

Credit / debit cards in local currency

Why with Foster Swiss?

Foster Swiss is an international company registered in Switzerland aimed at providing financial and compliance advice on a variety of topics related to company formation
and commercial banking internationally. We are specialized in the implementation of businesses in different jurisdictions, which means that we offer value-added services helping our clients in their expansion abroad.

Some of these services include:
Advice and consultancy,
visas, offices, nominated director / shareholder / secretary,
accommodation if necessary… to name a few.
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