About Us

PJS Corporate Support, Inc. (CSI) is a Philippine-based consultancy enabling our clients to realize their business objectives. Our core services are designed to help our clients comply with permits and licenses related to incorporation and day-to-day operations by adopting a time- and resource-efficient approach.

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Services

We help our clients realize their business ideas by completing their regulatory and compliance requirements, whether it is from starting a business and establishing a presence in the Philippines, or to expanding their reach and growing their market.

All Services

Starting a Business / Expanding Your Business

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Corporate Housekeeping (Acting as Corporate Secretary or Resident Agent)

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Permits and Licenses

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Find an Office / Buy a Property

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Backend and Liaison Support

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Dissolution / Retirement of Business

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Other Services

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Clients

Clients

News & Promotions

Unawa Pioneers RegTech in the Philippines

PJS Law and collaboration partner, Talino Venture Labs, the first inclusiontech venture builder in the Philippines, launched on 11 December 2019, Unawa Asia (www.unawa.asia) – the first regulatory-tech (“RegTech”) venture in the Philippines. “Unawa aims to make regulatory compliance as pain-free as possible for enterprises … Continue readingUnawa Pioneers RegTech in the Philippines

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SEC Registers First Ordinary Corporation with Less Than Five Incorporators

Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairperson Emilio B. Aquino, together with Commissioners Antonieta F. Ibe, Ephyro Luis B. Amatong and Javey Paul D. Francisco, presents the certificate of incorporation of Markable Solutions Phils, Inc. to PJS Corporate Support, Inc. (CSI) Chief Executive Officer Rachelle Guinto-Lambuson, … Continue readingSEC Registers First Ordinary Corporation with Less Than Five Incorporators

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SEC issues guidelines allowing new corporations to have less than 5 incorporators

“Guidelines on the numbers and qualifications of incorporators under the revised corporation code”   Click to download: SEC Memorandum Circular No. 16 Series of 2019

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