Company formation helps businesses establish legal entities (e.g., sole proprietorship, partnership, or private limited company) for local or foreign professionals. Most of the time, the difficulties of numerous legal and administrative procedures are a hurdle to moving business toward globalization, especially for foreign companies.
When you’ve a plan to establish a company in Malaysia, the country is so convenient all-in-one.
Required Documents for Company Formation In Malaysia
- Obtain SSM (Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia) approval before using the name of your business.
- M&A documents, which outline the company's constitution, objectives, and internal regulations.
- Personal details of the company's directors and shareholders, including full names, identification numbers, and addresses.
- Specify the registered office address of the company, which must be in Malaysia.
- Submit forms 13A (for availability of name), 48A (the statutory declaration of compliance), 80 (Statutory declaration by agent ), 79 (issued share among the shareholders)
After company formation, you’ll need other business licenses as like as Signboard, Export Import, WRT and Halal and a bank account for smooth financial transactions. Note: Other business license apart from company incorporation is required subject to nature of business as it’s not compulsory for all businesses.
Why Choose SFM Consulting Firm for Company Formation?
- An experienced Malaysian legal partner
- Our complications free paper work with precision lets you take each step to grow your business globally
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