Foster Moore & Omesti Announce Partnership To Bring Electronic Business Registry Platform to ASEAN Region
FosterMooreMay 11, 2017
As governments and regulatory bodies around the ASEAN region push to achieve greater transparency across the corporate landscape, OMESTI Berhad of Malaysia and Foster Moore International of New Zealand are teaming up to deploy Foster Moore’s proprietary electronic registry solution, Catalyst™, across ASEAN and beyond.
The tie-up will help deliver this transparency through a unified digital business registration and reporting platform. The Catalyst solution brings cost-savings and operational efficiencies, while complying with local statutory legislation. Key advantages also include improved data access, enhanced functionality and streamlined operations for agencies and end-users alike. To date, the solution has been deployed in multiple territories across the globe including North America, Africa, the Middle East and Labuan.
Under the partnership between these two leading technology specialists, OMESTI has been selected as Foster Moore’s implementation partner for ASEAN and emerging markets. Territories include but are not limited…
FosterMooreMarch 23, 2017
The Samoan Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Labour (MCIL) have relaunched their Business Registry and have added a new online Personal Property Securities Register.
Samoa launched with their first Catalyst™ register for Companies in 2012. This refresh of the site, in February 2017, sees Samoa move to the latest version of our product along with the integration of a Personal Property Security Register (PPSR).
The integration of a PPSR into the business register enhances the accuracy and ease of use of both the companies and the secured transactions registers.
Activation of the Personal Property Securities Registry was the culmination of an extensive reform to establish a personal property securities framework in Samoa, through which security interests in movable property can be safely and easily recorded. The reforms were supported by the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI).
You can visit the…
fostermooreNovember 22, 2016
Applications for foreign investment licenses and business name registrations can now be lodged online and processed in 24 hours thanks to upgrades to Solomon Islands’ business registry.
The registry has been accepting online applications for company registrations since 2010. It has now been expanded so that applications for foreign investment licenses and business name registrations can also be lodged online.
The expanded registry was launched by Solomon Islands Deputy Prime Minister Manasseh Maelanga this morning at a ceremony attended by representatives from the private sector and the Australian and New Zealand governments. Creation of the registry was supported by the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) Pacific Private Sector Development Initiative (PSDI).
Accessible and transparent foreign investment processes help attract the skills and capital needed to accelerate national development,â said Emma Fan, Regional Director of ADB’s Pacific Liaison and Coordination Office. By…