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Holding an Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) in Malaysia

Definition of an EGM An extraordinary general meeting (EGM) is defined as any general meeting which is not the company’s annual general meeting (AGM). Some companies refer to their EGMs as special general meetings or emergency general meetings; however, such terminology is relatively rare and infrequently used. An EGM is a shareholders’ meeting and may refer […]

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Core Duties of a Company Secretary in Malaysia

After getting your business up in Malaysia, you will be faced with myriad of challenges and as a business owner, solely handling all the accounting, administrative and legal matters can be rather daunting. Along with this, you are also obliged to follow the rules and regulations stipulated by the Malaysian authorities when running your business […]

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Requirements of a Company Secretary in Malaysia

If you are incorporating a company in Malaysia, the company must appoint a Company Secretary. This individual must be appointed within 30 days after you have received your Certificate of Incorporation from the Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM). This is a mandatory requirement, along with the appointment of at least one company director. Company Secretaries in Malaysia […]

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Can an Audit Firm Act as a Company Secretary?

Every company that has either been established or registered in Malaysia  is required to have a minimum of one company secretary. The company secretary is required to be a resident in Malaysia, as well as a member of one of the prescribed professional bodies. Should the company secretary not be a member of any such […]

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