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Kabushiki Kaisha (K.K.) company setup procedures for outsourcing clients contained in the HTM Knowledge Base include sample bilingual documents.

Kabushiki Kaisha (K.K)

Kabushiki Kaisha. How to set up a K.K. subsidiary of a foreign company in Japan, including accounting, tax, and application regulations and requirements.

Company Establishment Process. Steps and information required for setting up a K.K. in Japan.

Documents Required for Establishing a Company. Documents required to set up a K.K., such as articles of incorporation and minutes of the first general meeting of shareholders. Bilingual sample documents are available.

Corporate Seal. Requirement, procedures for registration, and use of a corporate seal.

Company Startup Banking Controls. Itemization of the banking controls required for setting up a K.K. in Japan.

Shareholders’ Meetings. Regulations regarding the first general, annual general, and extraordinary shareholders' meetings, including filing requirements.

Directors. Number of directors and representative directors required, including members of the board of directors. Covers duties and liability for breach of duty.

Representative Directors. Scope of authority of representative directors, including liability for breach of duty.

Company Closure. Procedures and filing requirements to close a K.K., including accounting and tax considerations.


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