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A company secretary is an officer of a company who is responsible to ensure the company comply with statutory and regulatory requirements.

  • 1. Provide Company & Contact Details

    Provide your company name and your contact details (phone number and email address).

  • 2. Notify Current Company Secretary

    Notify your existing company secretary, and settle all outstanding invoices.

  • 3. Get in Touch with Current Company Secretary

    The new company secretary will prepare all relevant documents and get in touch with your existing company secretary.

  • 4. We file the change with SSM

    The new company secretary will then submit the documents to SSM and collect the statutory documents from your existing company secretary.

Two ways we can close your company.

When a business/company deregistered with the Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM), it implies the business entity is no longer registered and has no legal standing since it’s not doing any business nor have assets or liabilities. There are two ways of closing down the Sdn Bhd Company:

  • Striking off a solvent company

    Where the company has not been carrying on business or is not in operation and has no intention to carry on business in the future. The following conditions apply:

    The company…

    • is not carrying on business or is not in operation
    • has no assets and liabilities at the time when the application is made
    • has no outstanding charges in the Registrar of Charges and Compounds
    • has no outstanding tax or other liabilities with any Government Department
    • and/or director are not involved in any legal proceedings within or outside Malaysia
    • is not a holding company
    • has not made any return of capital to the shareholders in the company
    • is not a “Guarantor Corporation”. A “Guarantor Corporation” means a corporation that has guaranteed or has agreed to guarantee the repayment of any money received or to be received by any third party.
  • Winding-up or liquidation

    Contrary to striking off, liquidation or winding up is a process set in motion either voluntarily (or involuntarily due to not being able to meet its financial obligations). The basic form of company liquidation in Malaysia is:

    • Members’ voluntary liquidation of a solvent company
    • When the company is solvent and its members or shareholders decide to cease business operations, a voluntary liquidation is adopted. The process begins with appointing a liquidator that wind up the company’s affairs and to file the necessary notifications required under the Companies Act with SSM and Official Receiver

To catalyze establishment of new businesses from the effect of CoVid-19 pandemic, companies established between 01st July 2020 to 31st Dec 2021 will be enjoying tax rebate up to RM 20,000.00 per year for 3 years of assessment.

We provide incorporation of new company in Malaysia at only RM2,500/- inclusive of SST and it could be done within 3 to 4 working days but beforehand please get prepared on this required info as below:

  • Checking on availability of company registration name for 2 times (FOC) and an additional of RM 100.00 for 3rd subsequent name search;
  • Appointment of directors with latest updated IC
  • Issuing of company paid up (minimum RM 1.00);
  • Standard online registration at SSM;
  • Compilation of Section 14 (Superform), Section 15, Section 17 and Section 58 & 236 (2) from SSM after registration;
  • Preparing of 1st meeting minutes for board of directors and appointment of auditor;
  • Preparing resolution for the company to open bank accounts (maximum 2 accounts);
  • 3 sets of certified true copies of incorporation documents (including Section 14 (Superform), Section 15, Section 17 and Section 58 & 236 (2) );
  • Using our registered business address as your Registered Office Address, Mail Collection & Email Notification and Professional Secretary Services;
  • Free consulting of 30 minutes on company’s incorporation related matters, compliance standards & directors-members should know information;
  • Inclusive of minutes book & register book;
  • With refer to the new Companies Act 2016, a private limited company (Sdn. Bhd.) can be owned by a SINGLE director;
  • If the business is having a business address, then do provide us a copy of tenancy agreement with stamp duty paid to LHDN as a supporting document;
  • The company’s incorporation month CoSec fees.

  • Ensuring annual return and yearly financial report submitted to SSM;
  • Company accounts sent to AUDITOR on yearly basis;
  • Submit tax (Form C/ Form B or BE) & Form E (b4 31.03.yearly) return to LHDN (tax);
  • Submit Potongan Cukai Bulanan (PCB) and pay before the 15th on monthly basis applicable to LHDN (tax);
  • Submit EPF and pay before the 15th to KWSP on monthly basis;
  • Submit SOCSO & EIS and pay before the 15th to PERKESO on monthly basis;
  • Renewing Local Town Council License (Lesen Perniagaan);
  • Submit SST if applicable to Customs (2 months once);
  • Comply with Labour Law Acts pertaining to employment of workers;
  • Renew expatriate staff’s visa or foreigner workers’ visa on time;
  • Payment timely to Auditor, Accounting’s Fees, CoSec & Tax Services;
  • EA forms to employees before 28th Feb yearly & activate HRDF if applicable.
  • Do company’s tax estimate (CP 204) 30 days before the next accounting period. (Exp: Year end on 31 st December 2021, the dateline will be on 1 st Dec 2021)