Any company established in Malaysia should be registered with the State Commission Symantec Malaysia (SSM) / Malaysia ("CCM") and administered by the Small Business Act of 2016. Our professional advisors will ensure that the process of establishing your new company is fully respected and that it complies with relevant Malaysian laws. Company formation includes-
- One (1) search for a name
- Registration fee for RM1000 is paid to SSM (does not exceed RM400,000.00 for share capital)
- Preparation of the Installation Manual
- One (1) common seal (optional)
- Statutory Minutes - Minutes on the book and the statutory register
Company Name Search
We can help the company to apply for SSM name availability. Once the proposed name has been approved, we will continue submitting documents to include the approval association.
- The proposed name does not correspond to any name for companies registered in SSM;
- Does the Porsche name correspond to that name previously approved by the Secretary and is reserved for the purposes of the establishment?
- Whether the name is unexpected or the category by which the minister has instructed the secretary not to accept it for registration.
- Has the proposed brand name been a trademark, or is it a patent product, and if so, is it obtained from the owner of a written consent?
Under the Law on Malaysian Enterprises of 2016 (the "Law"), "Every company should have at least one director, each of whom has their own principal or residence in Malaysia.
Under the Law on Enterprises in Malaysia, the company is obliged to appoint a secretary of a company that is a qualified person under the prescribed institutions.
Registered Office and Statutory Records
The company must have a registered office in Malaysia and that is the address to which the SSM official mail is sent and the registered address may be different from your business address. Constitutional registers should be kept and maintained at the company's headquarters.