Companies Act 2016 provides that certain documents of proof must be available to complete the Super Form. It is necessary to provide the data from these documents to submit the form. Listed below is the mandatory information that an applicant should provide when attempting to fill out the Super form for registering a company in Malaysia:
- Proposed company name
- Description of the business
- Information about the owners
- Type of business entity (private, public, joint, etc.)
- Registration address of the company or business premises
- Details of the company’s shareholders and secretary
Sections on the Super Form
A Super form is a linear form, so you won’t get complicated instructions when filling it up for incorporating a company. It has 5 sections. Each section of this form must be completed. It includes the following sections:
Section 1: Application Particulars
The application should include fields that ask for submitted information, such as the proposed company name, type of business or subtype of business, business description, business address, etc.
Section 2: Clarification
An applicant should clarify the proposed trade name or company name. If the specific business name is not confirmed or needs more time to be finalized, the applicant may leave this field blank.
Section 3: Details of Directors
Section A of the company Super form Malaysia requires detailed information about company directors and shareholders. These fields provide information about company directors, members, and shareholders, such as their addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses.
Section 4: Information about Members
Information about members, especially the company secretary. Here we are concerned with all requirements regarding personal information and contact information of the newly hired company secretary.
Section 5: Declaration
The Declaration Section confirms that the information provided so far is genuine and that there are no false statements. Before confirming, the applicant’s final data is shown one last time.