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Finances and Grants in Malaysia
Select the Guide of Finances And Grants in Malaysia
Wage Subsidy Program
Employers can begin to apply for the wage subsidy scheme with Social Security Organisation (SOCSO) beginning from 9 April 2020. Under this wage subsidy program, qualified companies with local workers earning RM4,000 and below will receive wage subsidy assistance of between RM600 and RM1,200 depending on the number of employees for a period of 3 months.
Financing Schemes in Malaysia
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are part of Malaysia’s energetic economy, and there are a few financing schemes in Malaysia accessible to help these SMEs surviving and thriving in a competitive business condition.
PRIHATIN Special Grant (Geran Khas PRIHATIN) (GKP)
GKP is a one-off financial aid amounting to RM3,000 to the qualified micro-enterprises to help ease the financial burden of their business which affected by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Going for Public Listing in Malaysia
Any company can go public, regardless if they are an existing company or a new establishment. This article discusses what a public listed company is, the pros and cons of going public and more.
Private Equity Financing for Malaysian Companies
Private equity (PE) financing is becoming increasingly more mainstream here in Malaysia. It used to be a lesser-known form of alternative investment, and to an extent, it still is. Though PE in Malaysia is still in its early stages, it is advancing steadily.
Private Debt Financing for Malaysian Companies
If you run a business, you would know that generating capital in a short amount of time is no easy feat, especially if it is a private company. You may want to grow your business and take it to the next level. However, there might not be sufficient funds for the expansion.