Take a look at our upcoming webinar on what early stage entrepreneurs and startup founders should know about investment term sheets in Malaysia.
The government announced that the Securities Commission of Malaysia (SC) has increased the current fundraising limited from the current RM10 mil to RM20 mil. What you should know about this announcement?
Thank you to over 50 people that turned out yesterday to listen to me sharing some thoughts on navigating legal challenges for early-stage entrepreneurs and startup founders. The presentation covers the usual common legal issues by early-stage companies from setting up a legal entity, fundraising for the first time to hiring your first employee. Here’s…
Here’s a webinar I gave earlier today on the various fintech laws and regulations in Malaysia that fintech entrepreneurs should know when setting up a fintech company in Malaysia.
As a corporate lawyer for over a decade who have worked on a wide range of legal work for bootstrapped startups and venture-backed companies, I believe there is one single most crucial agreement that every business owner, entrepreneur, and a founder should have; an agreement covering the following items.
In my experience, creating an LLP may not be a good idea if you are an entrepreneur or a startup founder, especially if you are planning to fundraise in the future. Here are several reasons why.
Although anyone can form a company in Malaysia using the online system, here are several reasons why you should just get a company secretary to do it instead of doing it yourself.
Here’s a legal checklist of different issues and tips that an entrepreneur or startup founder should know and consider before forming a company in Malaysia.
Here are some of my thoughts about the new online moneylending guidelines issued by the regulator in Malaysia.