To set up a business in Thailand for our clients, we provide consultation on a per case basis. We will provide you with a Thailand company registration service that is more than just an agent to establish a business in Thailand for you. We will guide you through the steps and point out the pros and cons of different forms of business setup. We will show you why you do or do not need to set up a Thai limited company. There are various alternatives for Thais, Americans (because of the Treaty of Amity and Economic Relations between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Thailand) or other nationals to establish a Thailand business. The two most effective forms of Thailand business establishment that we help our clients to set up are as follows:

A Branch Office


If you have a company registered in your home country and want to open a branch office as the way to operate your Thailand business, we can set up your Thailand Branch for you within the framework of Thailand’s Foreign Business Law.


Please read our Summary of Thailand Foreign Business Law for more information.


If yours is an American company, we can help you set up your Thailand business as a Branch Office under the Treaty of Amity and Economic Relations between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Thailand.


Some of the government fees are based on the capital of the foreign company.

A Limited Company


A limited company registered in Thailand is a Thai company only if Thais own the majority of the shares. If not, then that Thailand company is considered foreign according to the Foreign Business Law.


You may want to consider Thailand BOI company registration for your business so you can have 100% foreign ownership.


We strongly suggest you check out the Thailand Business Setup Process page and contact us for more details on Thailand company registration services.


Doing business in Thailand can be very complicated and may take you several weeks to complete the process. This is mainly due to the registration procedures and the required documents and forms being in Thai. It follows that you need someone you can trust and who can communicate in Thai on your behalf to be able to review your company registration successfully. Fischer & Partners licensed Thai lawyers and foreign attorneys/solicitors can take care of the legal points of setting up your business, thereby making sure that all the requirements are met.