Our Services

Discover how our expertise can benefit your journey towards success.

We focus on the details of everything we do. All to help businesses around the world focus on what’s most important to them. We take pride in this.


Business Registration

Our business registration services ensure a smooth and hassle-free process as you embark on your entrepreneurial journey. From choosing the right business structure to filing necessary documents, we'll guide you every step of the way.

Secretarial Services

Our expert secretarial services ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, allowing you to streamline governance practices and focus on driving your business forward.

Trademark Registration

Our trademark registration services help you protect your brand identity and establish legal rights to your assets. From brand recognition to legal protection, we have got you covered.

Other Services

In addition to our core offerings, we provide a range of supplementary services to support your business growth. From tax registration to bookkeeping and payroll, we offer holistic solutions to meet your unique requirements.


Business Registration

Business registration is the process by which a company officially becomes a legal entity recognized by the government. It involves registering the company's name, structure, and other relevant details with the appropriate government authority.

Choose a Business Structure

The types of business entities you can establish in Sri Lanka are sole proprietorship, partnership, private limited companies or other forms depending on your jurisdiction and business needs. Each business structure has its own legal and tax implications, so it's essential to choose the one that best suits your business goals and circumstances.

Choose a Business Name

Select a unique and appropriate name for your business that reflects its nature and identity.

Register the Business Name

Once you've chosen a name, you'll need to register it with the appropriate government authority. This may be the state, provincial, or national registrar of companies. Some may require a name search or reservation before registration to ensure the availability of the chosen name.

File the Necessary Documents

Prepare and file the required documents to officially register your business entity. These documents typically include:

  • Articles of Association, Form 01, Form 18, Form 19 (for corporations and private limited companies)
  • Partnership Agreement (for partnerships)
  • Sole Proprietorship Registration Form (for sole proprietorships)

Register for Taxes

Register your business for provincial, or local taxes as mandated by law. This may include obtaining a tax identification number (TIN) for tax reporting purposes.

Comply with Ongoing Requirements

After registering your business, you'll need to comply with ongoing requirements such as filing annual returns, audit reports, renewing registrations, maintaining corporate records, and fulfilling tax obligations.

Secretarial Services

Company secretaries play a pivotal role in ensuring that organizations comply with legal and regulatory requirements while maintaining effective communication and governance practices. 

Corporate Governance

Advise the board of directors on corporate governance practices, regulatory compliance, and board responsibilities.

Compliance and Regulatory Affairs

Ensure compliance with statutory requirements, such as filing annual returns (FORM 15), maintaining statutory registers, and fulfilling reporting obligations to regulatory authorities.

Company Law Expertise

Provide guidance to the board and management on company law matters, including corporate structure, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate restructuring.

Record-Keeping and Documentation

Maintain accurate and up-to-date corporate records, including board minutes, resolutions, and legal documents.

Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Promote ethical conduct and responsible business practices throughout the organization. Ensure that the company's operations align with its corporate social responsibility objectives and commitments.

Trademark Registration

A trademark is a distinctive symbol, word, phrase, design, or combination thereof that represents and identifies the goods or services. It distinguishes the product or service of one entity from those of others in the marketplace.

Why should you register your Trademark?

Advise the board of directors on corporate governance practices, regulatory compliance, and board responsibilities.

Brand Recognition

A registered trademark enhances brand recognition and establishes brand credibility in the marketplace. It helps consumers identify and differentiate your products or services from competitors.

Asset Value

A registered trademark is a valuable intangible asset for the company. It can be licensed, franchised and can be used exclusively for expansion.

Legal Protection

Registering a trademark provides legal protection against unauthorized use or infringement by others.

The ™ symbol indicates that the trademark is being used to identify goods or services and has been filed at the relevant authority but is pending to be registered with the government authority.

The ® symbol indicates that the trademark is registered with the appropriate government authority, such as the National Intellectual Property Office.

Other Services

In addition to our core offerings, our suite of services extends to meet a variety of business requirements. From tax registration to bookkeeping, payroll management, and beyond, we provide comprehensive solutions to support your business growth and success.

Other Registration

  1. Tax Identification Number (TIN) Registration
  2. All tax types of registration (CIT, IIT, PIT, VAT, SSCL, APIT, WHT)
  3. Customs Registration
  4. Tax return filing ( Personal/ Corporate / Partnership)
  5. Temporary VAT


Bookkeeping involves recording and maintaining financial transactions of an organization. Bookkeeping is essential for monitoring the financial health of a business.

Accountancy & Auditing

It’s the analysis and interpretation of financial information in order to maintain compliance of organizational activities with the relevant laws, regulations and accounting standards.

BOI Registration

BOI projects are approved under Section 16 and Section 17 of the Strategic Development Project Act.

Projects granted under section 16 are to facilitate entry of foreign investments and foreign shareholders to the country. These projects are not subjected to any fiscal concessions and are thereby governed by normal law of the country including inland revenue laws, customs laws, and exchange control regulations.

Projects granted under section 17 should invest a minimum investment threshold of USD 3 Mn upwards. These companies are granted exemptions from laws such as Customs Ordinance and also enjoy special incentives.


  1. Monthly Salary calculations
  2. Preparation of salary slips
  3. Calculation of EPF & ETF
  4. Preparing and submitting 'C' Form (EPF) & 'R4' (ETF) Forms to relevant departments along with the monthly contributions

Frequently asked questions

Everything you need to know about our business registration process.

We can provide an estimate based on the amount of work.

We can provide an estimate based on the amount of work.

Mandatory, We can acquire it for you. 


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