In this article, we help you answer the question of whether a shareholder can own a company in Malaysia and how they can own a company in Malaysia with a focus on a local company with foreign shareholders. Check out more details on our videos!
How do foreign companies start a business, create a presence in Malaysia: Open a subsidiary or a branch? What's the difference between subsidiary & branch? How to register them? Check out more details on our videos!
Most companies based in Malaysia have shareholders' agreements. Shareholders' agreements specify the most important details about how the company's shareholders are connected to the management and operation of the company; thus, they are truly of the utmost importance. Check out more details in our video!
Those who own shares in a Sendirian Berhad (Sdn Bhd) company in Malaysia may have plans to transfer those shares to another person. Such a transfer may take place for any of various reasons; however, if shares are transferred in the right way and at the right time, the benefits will be obvious for all involved. Check out more details in our video!
Many people plan to set up a business in Malaysia. This is because doing so brings many benefits to the business owner. However, there are certain procedures which must be followed by those planning to start a business in Malaysia; following these procedures will ensure the business's success. Check out more details in our video!
Looking for a foreign country to set up your business? Malaysia is arguably one of the best places a foreigner can conduct their business without fear of reprisals. Check out more details in our video!
A Sendirian Berhad (Sdn Bhd) is a type of private limited company which is the most common Malaysian company type established. The primary reasons for this phenomenon are the many privileges which may be claimed by a business owner in Malaysia who owns a successful and thriving Sdn Bhd company. Check out more details in our video!