TEL:86-755-82143422

Home > Beijing Business Services > Beijing Corporate Formation (RO)

Beijing Corporate Formation (RO)

Updated:2018-5-8 17:39:58    Source:www.tannet-group.comViews:378

Beijing corporate formation (RO) is an effective way for foreign investors to get a feel for the Chinese market while demonstrating commitment to the market. Representative Office (RO) is established by foreign companies to engage in business liaisons, quality control, product promotion, market research, exchange of technology and other permitted activities in China. ROs are generally forbidden from engaging in any profit-seeking activities. Below is a brief introduction to RO registration in Beijing.

Name of a Permanent Representative Office
The name of the Permanent Representative Office should be in the form of "Name of the Foreign Enterprise + Beijing + Representative Office (or Office)".

Business Address (Registered Office)
Before submitting the documents for application for registration to the Beijing Aministgration for Industry and Commerce, it is required that the office premise to be used by the Permanent Representative Office be leased and a tenancy agreement concluded. The tenancy agreement could be executed by the Chief Representative of the Permanent Representative Office or the director of the foreign company applying to set up the Permanent Representative Office.

Information Needed for RO Formation in Beijing
The foreign company applying to set up the Permanent Representative Office is responsible for the preparation of the following information and documents:
(1) Two set of legalized (by Chinese Embassy or Consulate) Business Registration Certificate/Certificate of Incorporation of the applicant company; 
(2) Original copy of bankers reference letter issued in the name of the applicant company and addressed to Beijing Administration Bureau for Industry and Commerce;
(3) Copies of original Tenancy Agreement (lease agreement) of the office premise to be used by the Representative Office; the lease term should not be less than 12 months. The tenancy must be entered into in the name of the parent company, and signed by its legal representative;
(4) Photostat copy of the Certificate of Property Ownership evidencing the landlord owning the property;
(5) An original certificate of Registration of Real Estate of Beijing to be used to prove that office site is truly rent by proposed Representative office;
(6) A brief summary of the operations and business of the applicant company, such as the principal business activities, registered address, contact phone number, name of the applicant company; the address and contact number of the managing director of the applicant company;
(7) A copy of resume, passport copy (only the page detailing the particulars of the holder; to be signed and stamped with company chop), Power of Attorney and contact number of the Chief Representative and the address where the Chief Representative will be staying while she/he is China.

Contact Us
If you have further inquires, please do not hesitate to contact Tannet at anytime, anywhere by simply visiting Tannet’s website english.tannet-group.com, or calling Hong Kong hotline at 852-27826888 or China hotline at 86-755-82143422, or emailing to tannet-solution@hotmail.com. You are also welcome to visit our office situated in 16/F, Taiyangdao Bldg 2020, Dongmen Rd South, Luohu, Shenzhen, China.

Previous:Beijing Company Incorporation (FIPE)     Next:New Work Permit in Beijing