You may choose from the following options when starting a new business in Malaysia:
As a general rule, foreigners are allowed to own 100% of a company registered in Malaysia. In certain cases, however, such as operating in education, banking and finance, agriculture or tourism industries, companies face stricter rules and require local Malay co-ownership (at least 30% of the capital) and other requirements may apply, such as higher minimum paid up capital and WRT license. There are two ways to register a foreign-owned company in Malaysia:
The first step to registering a new company in Malaysia is conducting a name search. Its purpose is to determine whether the proposed company name is available.
You will be required to provide the following documents:
We will ensure that your new business setup is not only compliant with the local rules and regulations, but also tax-efficient .
As a leading provider of corporate services in Malaysia, we help funded startups and established multinational companies in a vast range of industries start and operate their businesses in Malaysia. We do so by providing custom and efficient value-added corporate secretarial services and continuously keeping your operations in line with the governmental obligations, thus maximising the potential of your business success.