The Constitution is the document that governs the capacity, right, power or privileges of the Company, Director and Member. The Constitution shall describe the following:-
- Company’s name
- Location of its registered office
- Object clauses (optional)
- the capacity, right, power or privileges of the Company
- any matters as the Company wished to include in its constitution
A private company may adopt a constitution after incorporation.
If a company does not have a constitution, the Companies Act 2016 shall govern the internal administration of the company.
Existing companies will have its Memorandum and Articles of Association deemed to be the new Constitution. If there is an inconsistency between the constitution and the new CA, the provisions of the new CA shall prevail.
Besides company registration services, we also offer advisory services on compliance requirements and corporate governance; such as
- Maintain and update statutory registers and company books
- Provision of registered office address
- attending and preparing of minutes for Directors and shareholders meetings
- Filing periodic returns and other mandatory submissions
- Prepare relevant resolutions regarding Change of Company details ( change of company name, registered office/ business address, directorships and shareholding)
- Ensure companies comply with Companies Act, 2016 Malaysia