To align with the special work arrangement announced by the Government today (February 7) and to further reduce the risk of the spread of the novel coronavirus in the community, the Companies Registry announced that starting from next Monday (February 10), the Companies Registry will provide limited counter services every Monday, Wednesday and Friday of the week.
To reduce the risk of the spread of the novel coronavirus in the community, the Registry appeals to all customers to avoid visiting its office premises unless they require urgent service. Customers can continue to deliver documents electronically or by post. The Registry’s services on registration of documents and public search services will continue to be provided electronically through the “e-Registry” (www.eregistry.gov.hk), 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).
The waiting time of the counter services provided at the Registry’s offices may be longer as the provision of services will be scaled down. The Registry will also take longer time to process the documents submitted in hard copy form.
The limited opening hours of the Registry will be as follows:
Queensway Government Offices – 14/F Public Service Hall and
One Kowloon, Kowloon Bay
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
9.30am – 12.30pm
2pm – 4pm