Malaysia has seen a thriving economic growth over the last decades. The country emerged from a primary commodities exporter to be a strong industrial base for foreign investors in many sectors. In the last decade, Malaysia has emerged as an attractive regional hub in many sectors especially the financial services, the information and communications technology as well as the logistics sectors. Malaysia’s strategic location at the heart of Southeast Asia has further cemented its position as the springboard for regional expansion into the ASEAN countries.
In fact, as an upper-middle income country, Malaysia has earned its place as one of the most developed economies in the region. As such, many foreign investors see Malaysia as the ideal gateway to enter the vast market of Southeast Asia and they are attracted to invest and do business in Malaysia.
3E Accounting understands the challenges and difficulties when comes to setup a business in Malaysia. This guide has been prepared for the assistance of those interested in doing business in Malaysia. On top of the company incorporation, you will be guided to understand the ins and outs of doing business in Malaysia, business opportunities; precise information regarding Memorandum and Articles of Association (M&A) & Constitution, auditors, Malaysia’s Law and business licenses; issues such as controls of foreign exchange, Digital Free Trade Zone; government bodies including the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia (IRBM) and Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM); and much, much more.
A snapshot of what you will be getting from here: