Healy Consultants assists Clients register companies in Malaysia for a wide variety of purposes. While the nature of our Clients’ businesses vary, our service standards do not. For investors:
- Malaysia company law is governed by the Malaysian Companies Act 1965 and company incorporation is controlled by the Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM). Malaysia company law states that every Malaysia company must appoint a minimum of two directors and two shareholders. Furthermore, the directors must be resident in Malaysia. Through the CCM, Malaysian company details are available for public viewing including shareholders and directors, date of incorporation, share capital, and registered address;
- Should our Clients have difficulties finding the two resident directors of their own, Healy Consultants offer Malaysia resident director services to meet the regulations of the Malaysia Company Laws. The nominated directors will be a director of a company in name only and will have no other powers or responsibilities;
- Healy Consultants officers will neither be a bank signatory to the corporate bank account nor play an active role in our Client’s business. Healy Consultants officers will merely be the named director or shareholder of the company in order to fulfill local statutory requirements (e.g., appointment of a local resident director or local shareholder). Our Client is solely responsible for daily business activities and solely responsible for corporate bank account activity. Healy Consultants will not sign legal documents on behalf of our Client’s company;
- Healy Consultants’ annual Malaysia resident directors fee amounts to US$3,350 (per director per annum). In addition, Healy Consultants will collect a US$1,250 refundable deposit from our Client.
View the complete guide to Malaysia company incorporation.