Since 31 March 2017, companies and LLPs have been required to keep a Register of Registrable Controllers (RORC) either at their registered office address or at the office of their Registered Filing Agent in Singapore.
With effect from 30 July 2020, in addition to keeping a RORC at their end, entities are required to lodge the same information in their RORC with Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA)’s central register via within 2 business days after the RORC has been set up, and/or after any changes has been made to their RORC.
The deadline to lodge this information with ACRA was on 30 June 2021. Failure to do so may lead to prosecution and the offender can face a fine of up to $5,000 upon conviction.
If the entity is exempted from keeping a RORC or is unable to identify any registrable controller(s) that meets the definition of a registrable controller, it shall inform ACRA via the same e-Service mentioned above.


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