An information technology (IT) company can refer to a wide area of business domains. In Malaysia, investors are welcomed to open a company, following specific regulations.
The pharmaceutical industry represents one of the top domains chosen by businessmen at an international level. Malaysia has also invested in the pharmaceutical industry and the results can be easily seen.
A SPV/SPE company refers to a special purpose vehicle/entity, which is registered as a subsidiary with a legal status which allows it to secure its asset structure.
In order to perform business activities on the investment market in Labuan, Malaysia, the investors will require obtaining securities licenses, which are issued for specific financial activities.
Labuan, a special region of Malaysia which addresses mainly to offshore companies and which provides an attractive taxation system, offers several types of banking licenses available for both local and foreign investors.
Labuan is a special region of Malaysia, where companies are incorporated in a different manner than in the one applicable in the rest of the country. Moreover, companies registered here are also subjected to a different taxation system.
The Labuan jurisdiction represents an important location for offshore companies registered in Malaysia, being one of the most representative business destinations in the Asian region in this sense.
Labuan is a special region of Malaysia, which is considered the most important offshore centre in the country and one of the most representatives in the Asian region.
The treaties for the avoidance of double taxation are bilateral agreements signed by two contracting states in order to sustain the development of the business relationships established between the two countries.
A holding company in Malaysia is set up in order to control and manage the assets and the investment policies of another company.