White Collar Crime in Malaysia
No. 12A-2 & 12A-Rooftop, Jalan Setia Dagang AJ, U13/AJ, Shah Alam, Seksyen, U13 40170
The FIRM was established on the 1st of March 2013, we work with the vision and mission to provide Integrity, Professionalism, Total Commitment, Excellence in Quality, and Competitiveness for all tasks whilst tailoring to your specific legal needs.
We adopt a simplistic and friendly approach in delivering the best quality legal services required by our clients, be it an individual or a corporation.
Mohd Haziq Dhiyauddin is a Partner of the firm. His legal career started in 2008 as a Deputy Public Prosecutor in the General and Sexual Offences Unit, a Federal Counsel in the Research Division, and a Deputy Public Prosecutor in the AMLA Unit. He successfully prosecuted many public interest cases whilst serving as a Deputy Public Prosecutor at the Attorney General Chambers in Putrajaya ranging from General Crimes cases to AMLATFA cases including Civil and Criminal Forfeiture of Assets by the government.
He then joined Bank Negara Malaysia as a Legal Counsel and Prosecuting Officer, in the Litigation & HR Law Unit at the Legal Division in 2012. Later, he was the Senior Manager of Legal & Regulatory Affairs at the Federation of Investment Managers Malaysia, (FIMM) a self-regulatory organisation under the Securities Commission. His experiences in both Bank Negara Malaysia and the Securities Commission gave him a complete view and of all financial crimes compliance and regulatory matters in this country. At FIMM, he was made the youngest Senior Manager in the Legal & Regulatory Affairs which gave him an insight into corporate practices, and compliance to regulatory requirements.
His legal services and experience covers a vast application of Criminal and Financial Crimes, focusing on litigation, regulatory and compliance work of Anti Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Offences (AMLATFA), Illegal Deposit Taking Cases (Ponzi Schemes), Commercial Crime Cases, Securities Commission, Registrar of Companies, Inland Revenue Board, Royal Malaysia Customs, Royal Malaysia Police, and Malaysia Anti-Corruption Commission.Show more +