Here are the requirement that you need to prepare in connection with the registration of a stock corporation with the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
1) COVER SHEET
2) NAME VERIFICATION SLIP
3) BANK CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT OF PAID-UP CAPITAL (notarized in the place executed)
5) TREASURER’S AFFIDAVIT
7) UNDERTAKING TO CHANGE NAME (not required if provided in the Articles of Incorporation)
HOWEVER, additional requirements such as: (1) Indorsement/clearance from other government agencies, if applicable (2) For corporations with foreign equity, submit proof of inward remittance by non-resident aliens and foreign corporate subscribers who want to register their investment with BSP; (3) For corporations with more than 40% Foreign equity, submit SEC Form No. F – 100; (4) For corporations with Phil. Economic Zone Authority (PEZA), Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) or other economic zones application, attach Certificate of Authority or indorsement from said government agencies.
Of course, as of my last inquiry, the cost associated with the registration are (1) Filing Fee: 1/5 of 1% of the Authorized Capital Stock but not less than Php1,000.00 (2) By Laws: Php510.00 and (3) Legal Research Fee: 1% of Filing Fee but not less than Php10.00.