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Is It Possible to Incorporate a Shenzhen-Based Enterprise in Hong Kong?

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In addition to applying in Hong Kong to incorporate a Hong Kong-invested enterprise in Guangdong (which has to be located in Dongguan, Huizhou, Jiangmen, Zhongshan, Foshan or Shantou – see link below for further details) via the Guangdong-Hong Kong Business Registration and Banking Services Connect, Hong Kong investors can now also incorporate a Hong Kong-invested enterprise in Shenzhen (in Shekou only) without ever having to leave Hong Kong. The latter has been made possible thanks to the launch of the Shenzhen and Hong Kong Pass service, which is jointly operated by the Shenzhen Market Supervision and Regulation Bureau, the Bank of China, the Chong Hing Bank, the China Merchants Bank, and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China. This allows Hong Kong investors to submit their application to incorporate an enterprise in Shenzhen’s Qianhai and Shekou Free Trade Zone via any of the above-mentioned banks. In addition, said banks can also assist when it comes to applying for a business licence, opening a basic account, conducting any required credit checks and the manufacture of a company seal.

For further details, please access the following links:

Shenzhen Market Supervision and Regulation Bureau launches Shenzhen and Hong Kong Pass in Hong Kong (in Chinese)

Is It Possible to Incorporate a Mainland Foreign-invested Enterprise in Hong Kong? (In English)

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