Malaysia Office:
Acumen Business Services:

16-01, Jalan Rosmerah 2/14,
Taman Johor Jaya,
81100 Johor Bahru,
Johor, Malaysia.
Singapore Office:
Kelly Accounting Services:
10, Anson Road,
#26-04 International Plaza,
Singapore 079903.


Useful links for Singapore based companies

Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS)
The leading tax administration in the world

International Enterprise Singapore (IE Singapore)
IE Singapore is the lead agency spearheading Singapore’s efforts to develop its external economic wing

SPRING Singapore
SPRING Singapore is the enterprise development agency for growing innovative companies and fostering a competitive SME sector

Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore (ICPAS)
ICPAS is the national accountancy body that develops, supports and enhances the integrity, status and interests of the profession

Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Singapore (ACRA)
National regulator of business entities and public accountants in Singapore

Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board
CPF is a social security savings plan for citizens old age

EnterpriseOne aims to help local enterprises find the answers they need to start, sustain and grow their businesses.

Doing Business InMalaysIa
Generally, any person or foreigner can set up and operate a business in Malaysia.  The requirement is that the Firm or Company must apply for registration from THE COMPANIES COMMISSION OF MALAYSIA (CCM).
Special licences  or  approval  must first be obtained from the respective authorities for certain businesses such as banks,   insurance  companies,   share  broking companies,   professional  firms,   investment  corporations    and manufacturing corporations before registration may be made to CCM.

Information  regarding  the  establishment  of  industrial  projects  in  Malaysia may be obtained from the MALAYSIA INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (MIDA).  MIDA may help investors in planning, locate available land and factory space, long term financing and skilled manpower.    Its Assistance Unit helps investors who are not familiar with government procedures to implement their projects swiftly.  The division also brings together local and foreign parties interested in joint ventures.

The other respective approval authorities includes :-

External Links :






Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM)
BNM   is  the  Malaysian  Central  Bank  and  its role is to act as a banker and financial adviser to the Government to promote monetary stability and a sound financial structure.

Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM)
The Companies Commission of Malaysia (CCM)  is  a division under the Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs.  The Registrar of Companies (ROC) and the Registrar of Businesses (ROB) comes under the purview of the CCM

LembagaHasilDalamNegeri (LHDN)
The  LHDN  or  the  Inland  Revenue  Board  of  Malaysia    is  responsible  for  the  overall  administration,  
including assessment and collection of taxes in Malaysia.
To check Authencity of a stamp certificate or Digital Franking system (DFS), click on this link.

Bursa Malaysia (BM)
Formerly known as the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE),  Bursa Malaysia is a self-regulatory body incorporated which  governs  the  conduct of its members and member stockbroking companies in securities dealings,   enforces the listing requirements and is also responsible for the surveillance of the market place.

Securities Commission of Malaysia (SC)
A  self-funding  statutory  body   with  investigative  and  enforcement  powers  established  under  the   Securities Commission Act 1993.

Royal Customs and Excise Department of Malaysia
For information on Sales & Service Taxes, import and excise duties, please click on this name.
Goods and Services Tax (GST) registration guide. For information on how to register for Goods and Service Tax (GST), please click GST Registration guide here.

Immigration Department of Malaysia
For information on immigration matters in Malaysia, please refer to this website.