Form 45, also known as “Consent to Act as a Director and Statement of Non-Disqualification,” is used in Singapore for appointing a director for a company. This form serves as a declaration by the individual consenting to act as a director and confirming that they are not disqualified from holding such a position.

The Form 45 typically includes the following information:

1. Personal details of the individual consenting to act as a director, such as full name, residential address, nationality and identification number (e.g. NRIC or passport number)

2. Declaration of consent to act as a director of the company.

3. Confirmation that the individual is not disqualified from being appointed or acting as a director under the Companies Act or any other relevant legislation in Singapore.

4. Signature of the individual consenting to act as a director.

5. Date of signing the form.

This form is an important part of appointing directors for a company in Singapore. Itis typically submitted to the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) along with other relevant documents when registering a new company or making changes to the board of directors of an existing company.