Our company incorporation specialists offer services of company registration in Malaysia to foreign investors who are seeking to expand their business activities in this country. Our company can provide you with assistance for the registration of the different types of legal entities available in Malaysia for foreigners. With an extensive experience on the incorporation process requirements, our company formation specialists in Malaysia can facilitate the registration of a business, respecting the rules and regulations of the locallegislation.
Procedures for opening a company in Malaysia
The incorporation process consists in drafting the company’s articles of association, alongside with the registration of compulsory documents; the company will be registered either as a company limited by shares, either as an unlimited company.
Our company incorporation specialists can offer you details related to the requirements that have to be fulfilled in order to register a company in Malaysia, such as the minimum number of associated partners, directors or company secretary and other aspects.
When opening a company in Malaysia, our company incorporation specialists can file for a proposed business name by completing a form and paying a fee of RM 30 for the proposed name (you can propose up to three names). The approval will be received from Companies Commission of Malaysia, to which the incorporation documents must be submitted no later than three months after receiving the approval for the trade name.
After the documents are approved, the newly formed company will receive a Registration Certificate.
Company registration services in Malaysia
Our company formation specialists in Malaysia can further assist you by providing other types of services, such as:
• virtual office; • accounting; • opening a bank account, necessary for your company in Malaysia; • comply with the local taxation system applicable to foreign companies, including registration for value added tax; • consultation on the tax minimization or exemptions your company may be entitled to (if the company set up in Malaysia is a beneficiary of a double taxation agreement signed by the Malaysian government with a contracting state, the company will be exempt of several taxes, as stipulated in the treaty).