This book, written by a group of skilled and seasoned dispute resolution practitioners at Gan Partnership, provides a comprehensive discussion concentrating on, among other things, important components of corporate governance for Malaysian corporations from a litigation standpoint. This book evaluates important stakeholders' roles and remedies when dealing with the complexities of corporate governance under the current regime - the Companies Act 2016 and other associated legislations.
Following the implementation of a new section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009, which introduced corporate liabilities, the corporate governance environment in Malaysia has shifted dramatically. The authors explore the state of corporate liability in Malaysia and suggest some practical good governance actions that corporations could take in light of recent legal changes, building on case studies from other countries that have enacted comparable legislation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS of Manoeuvring Corporate Governance in Malaysia: Litigation Perspectives
Chapter 1: Directors
Chapter 2: Powers, Duties, and Liabilities of Directors
Chapter 3: Corporate Liability under section 17A of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009
Chapter 4: Shares and Share Capital
Chapter 5: Members, Shareholders and Management of Company
Chapter 6: Corporate Rescue Mechanisms
Chapter 7: Winding Up
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