4 Reasons why incorporating in Malaysia could be a wise decision
Over the last ten years, Malaysia has become a destination of choice for business expansion. The World Bank ranked Malaysia at a respectable 55th place out of 157 countries, across the globe, as the easiest place to do business. While the government continues to play its part in facilitating greater ease, there are geological factors that help boost Malaysia’s chances as your next business expansion destination. The country is strategically located in the Asia Pacific Rim, at the centre with numerous other ASEAN nations surrounding it. This means businesses in Malaysia can take advantage and gain easy access to a substantial 667 million regional population1, which together, boast a combined GDP of over US$3.3 trillion1.
If you are thinking of expanding your business into Malaysia, here is FOUR reasons why it would prove to be a wise choice.
So, if you were wondering if you should incorporate in Malaysia, here is our advice; you should. Whilst it is a relatively simple process — requiring only basic knowledge of application processes and local regulations — you should always consult a team of dedicated experts. Experts can assist you in leveraging Malaysia’s incentives and opportunities to their fullest extent while allowing you to have peace of mind, knowing that your company will remain compliant with the local regulation. By doing so, you can ensure the best possible outcome for your business planning and investment strategy.
Here is where BoardRoom can help.
BoardRoom is the market leader in Malaysia for Corporate Services as we command the majority of the market. Our affiliation with local regulators and government agencies such as the Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), local stock exchange Bursa Malaysia, Companies Commission of Malaysia, InvestKL, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC), etc. allows us to advise on the latest regulatory requirements and incentives accurately and swiftly put your business on a fuss-free journey towards success.
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