director in malaysia

Type of Company Director in Malaysia

What is a director? Directors are individuals appointed by the shareholders of the company to manage the affairs and business of the company. They are basically agents of the company- put in place to promote the success of the company for the benefit of the members of the company as a whole. Who can /[…]

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Company Directors in Malaysia: The Do’s and Don’ts

Looking for Company Secretary in Shah Alam:   Congratulations! You have just been appointed as a director of a company. With great power comes great responsibility. Now that you are one, ever wonder what can you do and what you can’t? Let’s have a look on a brief list of do’s and don’ts for company[…]

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Know Your Rights as a Shareholder of a Company in Malaysia

Need advice regarding shareholder in Malaysia? Use the following button: What is a Shareholder in Malaysia? A shareholder is a person or legal entity (including a private limited company) that legally owns one or more shares in a public or private company. Shareholders may also be referred to as members of a company. Simply put, the shareholder is the owner of the company. Although a director and shareholder may[…]


Audit Exemption in Malaysia – How to Qualify For It?

We are registered and licensed Company Secretary in Malaysia: Background of Audit Exemption in Malaysia If you are the owner of a Private Company (Sdn Bhd) you will know exactly how much work is involved in preparing your annual audited report. If you are not aware, let’s have a look at our previous article HERE.[…]

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How to Prepare for Annual Compliance Requirement (SDN BHD)

A Private Limited Company (Sdn Bhd) is commonly the preferred form of business for new start-ups and SMEs to conduct business in Malaysia, mainly because of the ability to conduct equity fundraising. All Private Limited Company (Sdn Bhd) need to prepare the annual compliance requirement. For new business owners or start-up founders, they might not familiar with[…]

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Paid-Up Capital 101: All You Need To Know About Paid-Up Capital in Malaysia

For most company owners or shareholders, the word Paid-Up Capital may be familiar. However, for new companies, they might still not know what is paid-up capital, the minimum amount required, and other things about paid-up capital. Worry not because in today’s article we will briefly explain more about Paid-Up Capital. What is a Paid-Up Capital?[…]

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Register Your Sole Proprietorship or Partnership Business in Malaysia

WARNING: Conducting business without registration is an offense that is punishable with a fine not exceeding RM50,000.00 or imprisonment not exceeding 2 years or both. So you decided to register a sole proprietorship or partnership as your business entity. Here is how you go about getting it registered: How to Register for Sole Proprietorship or[…]

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101 Tips on How to Choose Company Secretary for Private Limited Company

Before we go further, we recommend you to read our previous article on How to Start a Company in Malaysia. In Malaysia, for the longest time, it is a standard practice to engage Certified Company Secretary to incorporate a Private Limited Company (Sdn. Bhd.) on your behalf. However, with the coming into force of the[…]

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Get to Know Your Company Secretary

We have assisted over numerous to start a business in Malaysia. Click the link below to: Once upon a time, company secretaries were merely seen as company administrators1. The profession of company secretaries has come a long way since then. Today, the role of company secretaries have expanded in the leaps and bounds to include corporate governance,[…]

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How to Start a Company in Malaysia ?

How to Incorporate/ Start a Company in Malaysia (SDN BHD Company)? First of all, pursuant to the New Companies Act 2016 (came into force w.e.f 31 January 2017), the process for Company Registration Malaysia (i.e. Sdn Bhd Company) can be done online: at RM1,060.00 using only one (1) person name (long gone are the days where you need two(2) people to set[…]