Every country has their own governing body and abided by their own set of rules and regulations when it comes to company registration. The Companies Commission of Malaysia, which often called SSM is a statutory body under the Parliament of that country for regulating new company registration. SSM registration is inevitable for new and existing business organizations and private and public companies in Malaysia for legally running business operations. There are different set of SSM registration rules and procedures as per their own country's rules and regulations for better management and administration of all emerging companies. The SSM was established in the year 2002 under the Companies Commission of Malaysia Act, 2001 in order to offer business registration services across the country. As per the rules and regulations, SSM is an agency which works to incorporate new age enterprises and business organizations by checking all the requirements for a successful enterprise.
Rules & Procedure for SSM Registration
Business in Malaysia should be registered under the Companies Commission Act, 1995 or Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM). Companies are defined as a profit making unit and they exist by doing daily buying and selling of goods and services as per the SSM rules and procedures. As per the rule, one should fill the trademark application form by mentioning all the details regarding business information and owners name and address and location of the registered office and total numbers of partners for successful registration. After the SSM granted a business name on the successful application then, the next step is to fill the Form A application form of Business Malaysia within the thirty days of business operations. Form A needs information like class and nature of business, location of business, owner's name and number of branch attached with one single business house. SSM registration is extremely vital for every new business organizations and also business name changes as per the rules and regulations of the Companies Commission of Malaysia Act, 1995.