Companies Registry to provide limited counter services from March 23
22 March 2020
To align with the announcement by the Government yesterday (March 21) to provide essential, emergency and limited public services only starting from Monday (March 23) in order to reduce the risk of a large-scale outbreak of COVID-19 in the community, the Companies Registry announced today (March 22) that it will provide limited counter services every working day for receiving documents delivered in hard copy and collection of certificates for company incorporation starting from tomorrow (March 23).
The limited opening hours of the Registry will be as follows with effect from tomorrow:
14/F Public Service Hall of Queensway Government Offices and
12/F of One Kowloon, Kowloon Bay
Monday to Friday
9.30am to 4pm
To achieve social distancing with a view to reducing the risk of the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the community, the Registry urges people to continue to deliver documents electronically or by post. People should avoid visiting the Registry’s office premises unless they require urgent service. The Registry’s services for registration of documents and public search services will continue to be provided electronically through the e-Registry (www.eregistry.gov.hk), the Cyber Search Centre (www.icris.cr.gov.hk) and the website of the Registry for Trust and Company Service Providers (www.tcsp.cr.gov.hk).
Please check the latest announcements on the Registry’s website at www.cr.gov.hk for any updates.
For enquiries, please call 2867 2600 or contact the Registry at email: email@example.com.