Posts Tagged ‘Paid Up Capital’

AMENDMENT OF AUTHORIZED CAPITAL FOR LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY IN INDONESIA

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One of the most important thing to prepare when establishing a limited liability company (“PT”) in Indonesia is how much capital the shareholders need to pay up. In its efforts to ease entrepreneurs to start their business, the Indonesian Government enacted a Government Regulation which regulates further regarding the minimum authorized capital for PT. As…

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INCREASE OF PAID-UP CAPITAL FOR PMA COMPANY

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With the growth of the business, and the financial requirement of the Company, General Meeting of Shareholders (“GMS”) can decide to increase the paid-up capital of a Company, to increase the equity and value of the Company itself. The process to increase the paid-up capital includes several steps, especially if the Company is a foreign…

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MINIMUM PAID-UP CAPITAL TO ESTABLISH PMA COMPANY (PT PMA) IN INDONESIA

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In order to establish PMA Companies in Indonesia, investors are required to deposit paid-up capital pursuant to the prevailing laws and regulations. Learn more regarding the minimum amount of paid-up capital required to set up PMA Companies, and how to deposit them. To directly invest in Indonesia in the form of PMA Company, foreign investors…

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