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I already outsource to the Philippines. A great team that are home-based, are trained highly, work hard and are paid well.
I'd like to open an office in the Philippines so that we have a central place for meeting together. The majority of the team would still be remote workers but there would be a place for hardware, training face to face, meetings and generally building more rapport (skype can only do so much!).
My company is online. It has no Filipino customers. We run websites and sell advertising to clients around the world.
I don't want to create a Philippines company. I want my British company to rent an office and continue to pay the wages in the same way.
Does anyone know if this is possible?
Or, are there any good lawyers that can be recommended?
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I haven't checked the law proper myself yet, because it will take over a year before I will start any myself in Phili,
but I have heared from more than one
HongKong companies can have subdivision at Phili, so I suppose UK companies can too.
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Yes, as long as you have the right info.
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any lawyer can answer your question for minimum payment
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Yes you but it took you 6 months to a year to process depends how good your staff and lawyer.As what I know just a basic knowledge If your Company is a corporation it should be registered to SEC that allows 5 partnership. A foreigner is entitled only to a 30 % ownership and the rest is divided to 4 Filipino partners or stockholders. You should know and ask also maybe there are changes.
No other Nationals can put up a business here under a private or sole company unless she is connected, related or married to a Filipino or Filipina.Again you have to ask for a lawyer to answer all your questions.
please feel free to contact me If you want any assistant or help.I could assist you during weekends only as on weekdays I am working .
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