This article posted on our partner site documents various requirements for the incorporation of Hong Kong private limited companies. For instance, the author notes the number of directors, shareholders, and company secretaries required (and the role of restrictions on who can fill those positions), the frequency required for annual general meetings, and the procedure of incorporation, among others.

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