The Companies Act of Malaysia requires every private limited company in any parts of Malaysia to appoint an approved Malaysia company auditor or audit firm to audit its accounts and report to the members of the company annually. For any business that is registered as a sole proprietor or partnership carrying out business in Malaysia is ...

Outsourcing Bookkeeping & Accounting Services in Malaysia, Tannet group offer clients a full range of book keeping and accounting services in Malaysia to a wide range of clients operating across a broad spectrum of commercial, industrial, professional and non-profit sectors.   Most of the clients will choose for Outsourcing Bookkeeping and Accounting Services in Malaysia ...

Feasibility Study is an analysis of the practicality of a proposed project. The main objective of feasibility study is to objectively and rationally study the strengths and weaknesses of a business or proposed venture. The two main factors to judge feasibility are cost required and value that will be attained.   A typical feasibility study ...

Due Diligence is an investigation or audit on a business or individual prior to a potential investment. Due Diligence is a safety measure to prevent unnecessary harm that may arise to either party involved in a transaction.     Types of due diligence There are three main types of due diligence: – Legal Due Diligence ...

Employment contract is an agreement between an employer and employee that sets out terms and conditions of employment. Although employment contracts do not need to be in writing to be legally valid, it is better if they are.   An employment contract has to contain all terms and conditions relating to the weekly or monthly ...

Translation service in Malaysia can be categorised into Certified Translation or Non-certified Translation. Translation service is often required in various fields, such as academic, manuscript, legal, business, technical, scientific, contractual, certificate, and manual translation domains.                Certified Translation Service When a translation is certified, both the translated document and ...

Malaysia company is divided into 2 types: Local companies and Labuan offshore companies. Local companies in Malaysia exist in entity form, in which investors can choose between field operation and virtual office. There are 3 types of local companies, namely Enterprise, Malaysia Sdn Bhd, and Malaysia Foreign Company.     Malaysia Company Registration – Local Companies (Sdn Bhd) A ...

Company Profile acts as the CV for your company as it is used to describe the goods and services of your company to your customers. It illustrates the mission and value of the company and ensures that the products, approach, strengths, relevant experience and achievements are known to your potential customers.   Besides, Malaysia company ...

The powers of Malaysia notaries public are governed by the Notaries Public Act 1959. A Malaysia notary public may administer oaths and affirmations for affidavits and statutory declarations for the following matters: (a). witnessing/ attesting any official documents intended for overseas use; (b). the administration of oaths intended for overseas use; (b). affirmations of affidavits and ...

  Malaysia Company Set up – Authorized capital A private limited company in Malaysia must have a minimum authorized capital and paid-up capital of RM400, 000 and RM2 respectively. Paid-up capital may differ with scope of business, therefore entrepreneurs can place the paid-up capital in phases based on actual operating conditions.   Malaysia Company Set up-Appointment of shareholders and ...