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There’s a Chinese proverb saying “It’s easy to conquer a business empire but hard to sustain“, the governance and control of the company is more difficult than its establishment. Due to reasons such as equity allocation, strategic differences, and even the mismatch of values, the conflict of interests caused by the company will not be resolved for a long time, and it will develop into a struggle for control, and the consequences should not be underestimated.

In the design of corporate equity, whether directors, entrepreneurs, partners or shareholders, should learn and understand the new corporate law practices related to control. “Thrive Your Business With Well Structured Equity” is a combination of theory and practice, focusing on actual case analysis, summarizing the company’s control rights arrangements, tactics, and methods, and often encountered in practice. Difficulties and complexities legal issues, provide the most direct solutions, help everyone familiar with the basic legal rules of company management and governance, prevent the company from competing for control, and prepare for the company’s long-term development and financing.

What we have for you

From this event, you will be able to find:

Who are suitable to be your company partner?

Who should not be your partners?

Three common pitfalls in company equity allocation

Partnership agreement vs. Memorandum and Articles of Association (M&A)

Set optimal equity ratio between partners

The powers of the shareholders

Decision-making Process: Division between Directors and Shareholders

How to prevent the problem of shareholder disputes?

How to deal with shareholder disputes?

How to deal with shareholder disputes?

10 practical case studies sharing


Executive Team Management Representative Samuel Tiew

Head of Corporate Secretarial Services

Mr. Samuel Tiew Sze Hann

Mr. Tiew has been with us for over a decade, since 2011. He is in charge of all corporate secretarial services in Malaysia (excluding Labuan) provided to our clients. Prior to joining us, Mr. Tiew had worked as a company secretary for various companies, with a majority of those years spent in managerial roles. His specialities include:

  • corporate restructuring and advisory;
  • helping to manage deadlocks among board members and shareholders;
  • overseeing election procedures for societies;
  • overseeing AGMs for companies and societies;
  • facilitating voluntary winding-up; and even
  • advising on financial matters such as bonus issue, rights issue, and
  • preference shares exercises.
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