Choosing and reserving a business name.
To ensure that the suggested name is unique and available, a name search is performed. The suggested company name should not be confusing with other businesses. The name must follow the guidelines set out by the Malaysian Companies Act.
Words and phrases that might be seen as insulting should be avoided. In addition, the name of the firm must not infringe on any trademarks, service marks, or other proprietary rights. We need to hold the name for future use.
If the Incorporation Documents for the firm are not received by SSM within three months of the date the name was approved, a new application for a name inquiry must be made for the company setup, Malaysia.
Incorporation Petition Filing
The application for business registration requires information about the firm’s establishment. The application must provide information about the company’s directors, shareholders or members, the business’s intended activities, and the company’s intended location.
A Declaration Has To Be Filed
If the applicant wants to set up shop in Malaysia, they’ll need to provide a sworn statement. The applicant would sign a statement to that effect, stating that all the data included in the application is accurate to the best of their knowledge.
Documentation of Registration
Following these procedures, the SSM will analyse the application and verify it for form irregularities. In the absence of any application-related issues, a notification of registration will be sent.
Acquiring the Certificate of Incorporation
The SSM will issue a Certificate of Incorporation if all requirements have been met and the required paperwork and fee have been submitted. After formation, the firm must get the necessary permits and licences from the appropriate agencies before it may begin doing any of the activities listed in the MOA.