Registration For Incentive Availment
i. SEC Certificate (Articles of Incorporation/Partnership and By-Laws);
DTI Registration (Sole Proprietorship)
ii. Audited Financial Statement and Income Tax Return (past three
iii. Board Resolution to authorized company representative
iv. Accomplished Application Form 501 and Project Report
i. File BOI Form 501 with supporting documents and filing fee
ii. Evaluation of Application and Preparation of Evaluation Report
(incl. Publication of Notice of Filing of Application, plant visit)
iii. Presentation to the BOI Management Committee;
iv. BOI Governing Board Confirmation
v. Letter advice to Applicant of Board Action
vi. If Approved, send letter of approval including pre-registration
vii. Applicant complies with the pre-registration requirements;
viii. Preparation and issuance of Certificate of Registration upon payment
by applicant of Registration Fee;
ix. Release of Certificate of Registration.
Ten (10) to twenty (20) working days
i. Duly signed and notarized application form
ii. Letter of Intent
iii. Project Study/Simplified Project Report
iv. Copy of the SEC Certificate of Registration and Articles of Incorporation/
Partnership and By-Laws
v. Board Resolution authorizing the officer to transact, execute, and sign
in behalf of the applicant firm
vi. For existing firms, latest AFS and ITR for the past 3 years or for the
period the applicant has been in operation if less than 3 years
vii. Other documents that may be required by the specific activity in
*For new corporations: Sworn Statement of Assets & Liabilities of Major
i. Request for advance authority to import capital requirement
The following are to be submitted for the issuance of Certificate of
i. Board Resolution accepting RBOI-ARMM Terms and Conditions
ii. Board of Directors’ Sworn Statement Affirming all commitments
made by the firm
iii. Certificate of non-arrearages (under oath) that applicant is not in
iv. The payment of outstanding obligations, loans to the government or
any government instrumentality
v. Publisher’s Affidavit: Attesting to the publication of the Notice of the
Filing of Application.
vi. Official Receipt for payment of registration fee
Requirements for Export Enterprises
i. Duly accomplished and notarized PEZA application form and antigraft
certificate (RA 3019).
ii. Board Resolution authorizing the filing and designation of a representative.
iii. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Certificate of Registration,
Articles of Incorporation and By Laws (if not available, submit draft of
Articles of Incorporation)
iv. Project brief.
Requirements for IT Enterprises
i. Application Form (notarized)
ii. Corporate Profile (including that of parent company, if applicable) which
- Brief company history
- Existing or proposed business activities and projects
- List of affiliated companies registered with PEZA
- List of affiliated companies registered with the Board of Investments
(BOI) and copies of the Certificates of Registration with Terms and
Conditions and annual reports submitted, if applicable
- Principal officers and biodata
- Audited Financial Statements (for the last 3 years for existing
iii. Certificate of Registration with SEC and updated Articles of
iv. Board Resolution authorizing the filing of application with PEZA and
designating the representative(s) authorized to transact registration
v. Project Brief (i.e., Information on Market, Technical, Financial and
Management aspects of the project to be registered)
vi. Submission of accomplished application form.
vii. Evaluation and recommendation for approval to the PEZA Board.
viii. PEZA Board approval.
ix. Issuance of the PEZA Board Resolution of approval.
x. Submission of pre-registration requirements.
xi. Preparation of the Registration Agreement.
xii. Signing of the Registration Agreement and Issuance of Registration
i. Duly accomplished and notarized PEZA application form and anti-graft
certificate (RA 3019).
ii. Board Resolution authorizing the filing of the application with PEZA
and designation of representative(s) authorized to transact registration
iii. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Registration including
Articles of Incorporation and By Laws.
iv. Audited financial statements for the last three (3) years, if applicable.
v. Project description (development plan and timetable);
vi. Site development plan.
vii. Vicinity map indicating various land uses and important landmarks
within a kilometre-radius of the proposed economic zone.
viii. Proof of land ownership or any document confirming the applicant’s authority to use the land subject of the proposed economic zone.
ix. Endorsement of the Sangguniang Bayan/Panlungsod of the proposed
x. DAR conversion clearance/exemption certificate or HLURB Zoning
Certification, whichever is applicable.
xi. Certification from the Department of Agriculture (DA) that the
proposed area is not covered by Administrative Order No. 20 and that
such land has ceased to be economically feasible.
xii. Verified Survey Returns and technical description of the proposed
economic zone area.
xiii. Environmental Compliance Certificate issued by the Department of
Environment and Natural Resources/Environment Management Bureau
xiv. Natural Water Resources Board (NWRB) Certification that the
identified source of water shall not cause supply problem for the
xv. Other documents as may be prescribed by the PEZA Board.
i. Submission of accomplished application form and documentary
ii. Evaluation and recommendation for approval to the PEZA Board.
iii. PEZA Board approval.
iv. Issuance of the PEZA Board Resolution of approval.
v. Submission of documentary requirements for Presidential Proclamation
of the Economic Zone as Special Economic Zone.
vi. Certificate of Complete Staff Work from Local Government, DAR,
HULRB and DENR.
vii. Endorsement by PEZA of Proclamation documents to the DTI Secretary
for his endorsement to the Office of the President of the Philippines.
viii. Issuance of the Proclamation by the President of the Philippines.
ix. Preparation of the Registration Agreement.
x. Signing of the Registration Agreement and Issuance of Certificate
PEZA Board meets at least twice a month. Applications received
within a day before the scheduled PEZA Board meeting will be presented
in the Board meeting.
One (1) month to secure the Presidential Proclamation for Special
Economic Zone Developers provided completed documents are
Where to Register
Philippine Economic Zone Authority
Roxas Boulevard corner San Luis St., Pasay City
Tel. Nos. (632) 551-3454 / 551-3438 / 551-3436
i. Duly Accomplished SBF Application Form
ii. Letter of Intent/Business Proposal
iii. Business Proposal
iv. Audited Financial Statement
v. Company Information/Brochures
vi. Client/Supplier List
vii. Financial projections
viii. SEC Certificate (Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws)/ DTI Registration (Sole Proprietorship)
ix. Certification of deposits and credit standing
x. Draft Sublease Agreement (for Subleasee)
xi. List of Assets for SBF Operations
i. Submission of Letter of Intent and Application for Registration
iii. Presentation to SBMA Chairman and Board
iv. Board Approval
v. Registration requirements completion
vi. Issuance of Certificate of Registration
Three (3) weeks to one (1) month
Where to Register
Locator Registration and Licensing Department Bldg. 225, Investment Center, Dewey Avenue Subic Bay Freeport Zone
Tel. Nos. (6347) 252-7262 (252-SBMA) (6347) 252-4004
i. Letter of intent accompanied by Project Evaluation Form
ii. Letter of Endorsement of Lessee (Sub-lessor)
iii. Signed and Notarized Sub-lease Agreement
iv. Board Resolution of duly authorized representative/signatory
v. Certified true copy of Business Registration (Securities and Exchange
Commission Papers, License to transact Business in the Philippines,
DTI Registration) exclusively to handle Clark Operations
vi. Resume of stock holders & Key Management Officers
vii. Proof of Financial Capability (any or all of the following):
viii. Latest audited financial Statements of applicant firm (or parent/
management company if applicable) stomped and received by the
Bureau of Internal Revenue
ix. Latest income tax return of applicant firm (or parent/management
company if applicable)
x. Bank certification of deposits or approved loan or credit line; if equity
financing is less than total project cost
xi. Proposed site development plan (with perspective drawings) and
Construction timetable/financial schedule.
xii. Production Process Flow Chart, if applicable (Copy of Systems/
Schematic Diagram/Basic Network configurations)
xiii. Company brochures, if any
xiv. Environmental Impact Statement (for environmentally-critical projects
or those to be located in environmentally critical areas)
xv. Formalities (licenses, permits, etc..) with National Telecommunications
Commission (NTC) and franchises from Congress, if applicable.
i. Investor submits Letter of Intent and Required Documentation detailing
Company Profile, Project Features, and Project Requirements
ii. CDC identifies potential project site/s and submits Terms of Contract
for review of Investor
iii. If proposal and Terms of Contract is approved, a Lease Agreement is
signed and a Certification of Registration is issued
Two (2) to Three (3) Weeks
Where to Register
Clark Development Corporation
Bldg. 2125, C. P. Garcia corner E. Quirino Avenues
Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga
Tel. Nos. (6345) 599-2043, 599-3035, 599-9000 local 652
i. Completed Application Form (CSEZFP Form 99-1)
ii. Fee for processing amounting to US$200 or its equivalent in Php.
iii. Project Feasibility Study
iv. Copies of relevant documentation of legal status of business enterprise (articles of incorporation and by-laws/partnership agreement/SEC license to do business)
v. name and address of legal agent if not a corporation or the business organization established in the Philippines.
vi. If there is foreign ownership, proof of inward remittance and/or investment or other proof of financial capacity acceptable to CEZA.
vii. Evidence of intended physical location of enterprise within the Cagayan Special Economic Zone and Freeport (CSEZFP) (i.e., Certificate of Title, etc)
viii. If part of a larger business enterprise doing business outside the CSEZFP, evidence or restructuring which excludes from the operations of the CSEZFP enterprise all business operations taking outside the CSEZFP.
ix. List of assets and other properties comprising the investment to be made.
x. Application Forms for Work Permits for any expatriate personnel.
xi. List of references that may be contacted to verify the information included in the application, including a commercial bank and/ or financial institutions and independent auditor
xii. Certificate under oath that the CSEZFP Enterprise applicant will comply with the Masterplan as maybe adopted and amended from time to time
xiii. Undertaking that applicant shall not at all times conduct any unlawful activities.
i. Submission of completed application form to OSAC
ii. Payment of US$200 processing fee
iii. OSAC checks completeness of documents
iv. Upon completion of submitted documents, OSAC issues receipt of complete documents
v. Validation of submitted documents
vi. OSAC Review and Recommendation to Administrator and Chief Executive Officer
vii. Administrator and CEO’s approval or denial of application.
viii. If approved, OSAC issues Provisional Certificate of Registration valid for 30-90 days.
ix. Upon completion of other documents that may be required, CEZA issues the CSEZFP Enterprise Certificate of Registration
Thirty (30) working days
Where to Register
Business Development and Marketing Office 7th Floor Westar Building 611 Shaw Blvd. Pasig City
Tel. Nos. (632) 636-5780 / 82
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
One Stop Action Center (OSAC) CEZA Administration Building Centro, Sta. Ana, Cagayan
Tel. No. (6378) 858-1023
v. SEC Registration & Articles of Incorporation DTI Registration
vi. Certificate of SSS Remittance (when applicable)
vii. Income Tax Returns for the last 3 yrs (if applicable)
viii. Audited Financial Statement for the last 3 yrs (if applicable)
ix. List of Directors & Principal Stockholders with Biodata
x. Duly Accomplished Deed of Undertaking (PIA to provide Pro Forma
xi. Duly Accomplished Anti-Graft Certificate (PIA to provide Pro Forma
xii. Secretaryai??i??s Certificate/Board Resolution authorizing the filing of
application and designation of representatives(s)
xiii. Pro Forma Permit Agreement for Service Firm
xiv. Fees and Charges
xv. Other Permits/Clearances required from other government agencies
i. Discussion of plans with PIA Authorities (Business Development
Division, or Policy Planning and Business Development Division, and/
or Corporate Planning and Business Development Department)
ii. Submission of Letter of Intent with Project Brief
iii. Submission of Application Form together with the requested documents
iv. PIA Evaluation
v. Submission of Application for PIA Board Approval
vi. Issuance of Board Resolution
vii. Signing of registration agreement and lease contract
viii. Issuance of Certificates
ix. Completion of other Requirements
x. Start of commercial operation
Ten (10) working days
Where to Register
PHIVIDEC Industrial Authority
PHIVIDEC Industrial Estate-Misamis Oriental
Mindanao Container Terminal Complex,
Tagoloan, Misamis Oriental
Tel. Nos. (6388) 567-0315 / 890-1108, 890-1110 or
(08822) 740245 / 740369;
Fax No. (6388) 567-0194 or (08822) 740177
PIA Makati Business and Liaison Office
3/F, DAO1Bldg,189 Salcedo st.
Legaspi Village, Makati City, Philippines
Tel. Nos. (632) 817-5330 / 750-67887
Fax No. (632) 818-1338
i. Investor submits accomplished Letter of Intent, Company Profile,
Board Resolution, Project Evaluation Form
ii. ASEZA evaluates the company & the project
iii. Submission of documents and other requirements
(SEC Registration, Articles of Incorporation, etc)
iv. ASEZA evaluates and validates the requirements
v. ASEZA quotes investor of the terms and fees for the
vi. Investor conforms with terms and payment of fees
vii. Project proposal approval
viii. Issuance of ASEZA Certificate of Registration to Investor
Where to Register
Aurora Special Economic Zone Authority (Makati Office)
2nd Floor SSS Bldg. Ayala Avenue, Makati City
Tel. Nos. (632) 813-4381 or 84
Mobile (0928) 520-2205
Fax No. (632) 813-3674