Manoeuvring Corporate Governance in Malaysia: Litigation Perspectives

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Manoeuvring Corporate Governance in Malaysia: Litigation Perspectives by Gan Khong Aik , Foo Joon Liang and Tan Min Lee

Author Gan Khong Aik , Foo Joon Liang, Tan Min Lee
Publication Date 02 March, 2021
ISBN (Hard Copy)


ISBN (Soft Copy) 9789674009298
Format Soft Cover / Ebook


Publisher: LexisNexis

Authored by a team of experienced and seasoned dispute resolution practitioners at Gan Partnership, this book offers a comprehensive discussion focusing on, inter alia, critical components of corporate governance for companies in Malaysia from litigation perspectives. This book critically assesses the roles of and remedies for key stakeholders when dealing with the intricacies of corporate governance under the present regime – Companies Act 2016 and other related legislations.
The corporate governance landscape in Malaysia is experiencing a major shift following the introduction of corporate liabilities via the enforcement of a new section 17A to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission Act 2009. The authors discuss the position of corporate liabilities in Malaysia and propose some practical good governance measures to be adopted by companies in view of such legislative developments, by drawing reference to the case studies in other countries that have enforced a similar position.


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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