Frequently Asked Questions
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The SSM requires a payment of RM 1,000 (about $240) for company registration, Malaysia. But the company’s registration fee is calculated based on its nominal share capital.
The SSM website should be the first stop for anybody looking to confirm the legitimacy of a Malaysian firm. The next step is entering the company’s registration number. After doing a search, you will learn whether or not your organisation now operates.
You can find a brief outline of the process to register a company in Malaysia, above. Contact us for a more in-depth view of the procedure.
The SSM website should be the first stop for anybody looking to confirm the registration of a Malaysian firm.
You can find a checklist of the required documents above.
The firm or organisation must register with the Malaysian taxation authorities after formation, and other compliances must also be met in line with the law.
Two directors plus two promoters are required for a public limited corporation. The company’s directors and primary promoters must be legal residents of Malaysia.
Each private limited business must have at least a director and a promoter. The private limited company’s director and promoter must both legally live in Malaysia.
In order to officially register a business name, an application for company formation in Malaysia must be submitted online within 30 days. Once the reservation period for a business name has ended, a fresh reservation application must be submitted.
Companies established by foreigners in Malaysia are subject to the same regulations as those started by Malaysian citizens.
The whole registration procedure usually takes between 5 and 10 days. The process kicks off after the director as well as shareholder have signed the registration forms and submitted them to the SSM.