To register a new company, the requirements are as follows:
1. The copy of NRIC card and address from the directors
2. Date of birth and address from the shareholders
3. The price of share and the total number of shares
4. The total number of shares that each shareholder will buy
5.As a small business, The income should be under 500lakhs a year and the number of employees must be under 30.
The requirements of re-registration for a company are:
1. Company registration card, Form 6-26, Form E
2. The books of MOA and AOA are needed when using own constitution
3. The copy of NRIC card from the directors
4. Date of birth from the shareholders and the office address
5. The name and address of the user
6. Contact number and E-mail address
7. Provide the name in place of signature
(24th July 2018) In preparation for the commence of the Myanmar Companies Law 2017, the establishment of the Myanmar Companies Online (MyCO) electronic registry system, the company affairs divisions of the Directorate of Investment and Company Administration will be temporarily closed from Monday 23rd July 2018 to Tuesday 31st July 2018.
During that time, company registration and filing processes will be temporarily suspended. All company registration and filing processes will re-commence on Wednesday 1 August 2018 under the new electronic registry system, MyCO.
Directorate of Investment and Company Administration
Welcome To Myanmar, Golden Land
has a long and complex history. Many peoples have lived
in the region and the history began. The first
identifiable civilization is that of the Mon. The Mon
probably began migrating into the area in about 300 BC,
and their first kingdom Suwarnabhumi, was founded around
the port of Thaton in about 300 BC. The Pyu arrived in
Myanmar in the 7th century and established city kingdoms
at Binnaka, Mongamo, Sri Ksetra, and Halingyi. During
this period, Myanmar was part of an overland trade route
from China to India. By 849, the Burmans had founded a
powerful kingdom centered on the city of Bagan and
filled the void left by the Pyu. The kingdom grew in
relative isolation until the reign of Anawrahta (1044 -
77) who successfully unified all of Myanmar by defeating
the Mon city of Thaton in 1057.
After the collapse of Bagan authority, Myanmar was
divided once again. The Burmans had restablished
themselves at the city of Ava by 1364, where Bagan
culture was revived and a great age of Burmese
literature ensued. The kingdom lacked easily defendable
borders, however, and was overrun by the Shan in 1527.
Surviors of the destruction of Inwa eventually
established a new kingdom centered on Taungoo in 1531
led by Tabinshwehti (reigned 1531-50), who once again
unified most of Myanmar. A popular Burmese leader named
Alaungpaya drove the Bago forces out of northern Myanmar
by 1753, and by 1759 he had once again conquered Pegu
and southern Myanmar while also regaining control of
Manipur. He established his capital at Rangoon, now
known as Yangon.