This guide will help you understand more on what is CorpPass and why it is required for Singapore registered businesses.
1. What is CorpPass?
CorpPass is the single login method for online corporate transactions with more than 200 government digital services in Singapore, specifically introduced for all entities registered with ACRA or with a Unique Entity Number (UEN).
2. What type of entities are eligible for CorpPass registration?
A. Local Entities with Unique Entity Number (UEN)
Locally registered organisations that have been issued a UEN by the Accounting & Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) of Singapore or other UEN-issuance agencies.
B. Foreign Entities
Overseas organisations without a local UEN but required to transact with Singapore local authorities. (The availability of CorpPass login for foreigner entities is subject to provision by Agency’s digital services)
3. What is the difference in the CorpPass Roles?
CorpPass Roles are based on the appointment of each individual in the company – e.g. directors, shareholders, employees, etc.
You may refer to the following charts to find out more:
4. How do businesses register for CorpPass?
Individuals who are local Singapore residents with valid SingPass accounts and are RO(s) of the entity can initiate the CorpPass registration for the company via www.corppass.gov.sg.
Individuals who are local Singapore residents with valid SingPass accounts but are not RO(s) will need the authorisation from ROs via the main CorpPass account after the first activation is done.
Offline Authorisation: The letter of Authorisation can be found HERE
Individuals who are not local Singapore residents and do not have valid SingPass accounts will have to register separately. (*)