Responsibilities of Director
Attend this webinar and learn to avoid statutory penalty from SSM.
Director of a company is expected to ensure that the company complies strictly with the Company Act 2016 and requirement of regulatory authority. The first step in the discharge of the duty as expected of a director is the awareness and understanding of various roles and responsibilities. This webinar is designed to create awareness and to provide guidance to directors of their expected roles and responsibilities to avoid unnecessary penalty
Who Should Join?
Director of the Company, especially who has:
- Late submission of audit report
- Not prepared financial account
- Not properly kept the account transaction
What You’ll Gain
- Understand the powers of SSM
- Review and aware of common trends in enforcement actions taken by SSM
- Understand common breaches of the requirement of SSM, the expectation of the conduct of directors in oversight of compliance issues.
张诗汉 Samuel Tiew Sze Hann
诚国集团英达秘书首席执行官 Head of Corporate Secretarial Services
- Advance Diploma in Commerce (Business Management)
- Associate member of the Malaysia Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (“MAICSA )
- a double Fellowship from Meinders School of Business at Oklahoma City University and MAICSA
- 19 years of experience in Malaysia secretarial practices
Mr. Samuel Tiew Sze Hann Head of Corporate Secretarial Services of CC Group. Responsible for overseeing and managing the overall corporate secretarial services activities of CC Group. He acquired more than 19 years of experience in Malaysia secretarial practices and is an expert in the following area:
- Corporate Re-structing and Advisory
- Dead-Lock situation solution to Board of Directors / Shareholders
- To oversee the election procedure for Society
- Attending Annual General Meeting for Company and Society
- Bonus issue, right issue and preference share exercise etc.
- Liquidation by Members Voluntary winding up
KNOW-HOW-TO-SELF-RESCUE from Cheng & Co Group by joining the webinar on:
3.00pm – 4.30pm
3.00pm – 4.30pm