A private limited company (commonly referred to as a Sdn Bhd company) is the most common form of business entity in Malaysia, because unlike sole proprietorship, a private limited company is a separate legal identity. It can acquire assets, go into debt, enter into contracts, sue or be sued in its name and has a perpetual succession until the directors and shareholders decide to dissolve the company.
A business entity can be 100% own by foreign equities for most business activities.
Conducting a name search for business at SSM to determine the availability of the proposed company name.
Registering a foreign company in Malaysia with the Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM).
You can opt to open a bank account with any local or international banks in Malaysia.
Registering the company for corporate tax by completing and submitting Form CP 600C with the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia