Dato’ Raveendra Kumar Nathan participates in the IR Global Virtual Series – Day of Reckoning: Insolvencies in a post pandemic world

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers When the UK government recently paid Cardiff Airport’s £42.6 million debt and then provided £42.6 million in grants, it was following the same path adopted by governments around the world to try to bring long-term stability to businesses during the pandemic. Emergency measures like these were designed to protect companies during […]

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RIMBUN joins IR as the exclusive Insolvency Member in Malaysia

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Dato’ Raveendra Kumar Nathan of RIMBUN. Dato’ Kumar Nathan has joined IR as our exclusive Insolvency Member in Malaysia. Dato’ Kumar Nathan has over 30 years of international experience in various business operations including finance, investor relations and general management. He qualified […]

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Beneficial Owner Disclosure

SECTION 56 CA 2016 Company requires every member to disclose BO effective 1 March 2020. BO REPORTING Only those holding 20% interest or more or those who control the entity require to disclose. EXEMPTION FROM REPORTING Financial Institution Public Listed Companies Public Un-Listed Companies where shares are still in central depository Securities Commission licensed Companies […]

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The Malaysian Covid-19 Act: The Last Bastion?

Parveen Kaur Harnam Singh (as at 21.12.2020) A few months ago, when the rage of the pandemic had just shown itself, there were many calls to impose a Covid-19 Act in Malaysia. Our neighbour, Singapore had done it at the height of the pandemic (which is to say the initial height for the pandemic has […]

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Ashleigh Teo Caiying participates in the IR Global Guide – Crisis Management: Surviving and thriving in a post-pandemic world

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers Businesses across the world are undergoing the biggest remote working experiment since Europeans first sailed from their home ports to set up trading posts in Asia 500 years ago. This time around, however, companies are moving colleagues out of their plush city centre locations to set up offices at home. What […]

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Crisis Management:

Surviving and Thriving in a Post-Pandemic World

June 2020

Businesses across the world are undergoing the biggest remote working experiment since Europeans first sailed from their home ports to set up trading posts in Asia 500 years ago. This […]

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Case Update: Golden Plus Decision – Removal of Directors under the Companies Act 2016

In the Golden Plus Holdings decision, the High Court sets out give important points relating to the removal of directors under the Companies Act 2016 (CA 2016).  You can read the grounds of judgment dated 14 January 2020. The decision deals with the issues relating to requisitioning an EGM, the unavailability of some directors to attend […]

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Proposed Employment (Domestic Employee) Regulations 2019

In light of the recent high-profile case involving the death of a domestic employee, Adelina Lisao, the Ministry of Human Resources (MOHR) has responded to the call for tighter protection and rights for domestic employees by proposing an Employment (Domestic Employee) Regulations 2019 (“Regulations”). In this article, we will cover some of the key proposed […]

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Asia ADR Week 2019

The firm was the media partner for Asia ADR Week 2019 on 27-29 June 2019, organised by the Asian International Arbitration Centre (“AIAC”). This year’s theme – the Kintsukuroi Perspective, inspired by the Japanese art of mending broken pottery, focuses on the role of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) as the gold-dusted lacquer mending the imperfections and challenges […]

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