The Malaysian property market remains attractive to foreigners and expats who either wish to live or invest in Malaysia. According to statistics, Malaysian properties are affordable and offer reasonable returns. However, foreigners, whether individuals  or companies, should abide by specific requirements and restrictions enforced under the National Land Code 1965 (“NLC 1965”) and the Guidelines…

Post by Cassandra Thomazios and Marcus Leong Niten Chauhan is the Head of the Insolvency and Restructuring Department a Partner in the Dispute Resolution Department in JPC Law UK, a full-service law firm based in London with an international reach. His participation in the market development visit by the Law Society of England and Wales…

Thursday, 4 July, 2019 12:30pm – 2:30pm    Foreign Direct Investment in the UK (Download pdf brochure ) Overview Despite growing uncertainty in many economies and financial markets around the world, there are still many good reasons to invest in the United Kingdom (‘UK’). The UK has one of the most robust property markets in the world…

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 9:30am – 12:00pm     MWKA Real Estate Series: Property Investment in London   (Download Flyer) Speakers: Lim Jo Yan and Jordan Williams from Artorius Wealth Location: The Co. @ The Row, Level 2, 42 – 48, Jalan Doraisamy, 50300 Kuala Lumpur. Google Map Link

Malaysia is among the most attractive destinations for foreign direct investment (FDI) in Southeast Asia — thanks to the country’s efforts to maintain an economy as attractive as possible to that investment — as well as a legal infrastructure well-suited to support it. As the UNCTAD 2014 World Investment Report outlined, cited by Spain’s Santander…

The ASEAN infrastructure market holds significant potential over the next decade, according to Roddy Adams, Partner and head of Asia-Pacific Infrastructure Markets for KPMG.  As KPMG detailed in a recent study:  “An estimated US$60 billion is needed per year until 2022 to fulfil all the infrastructure needs in the region. The energy and transport sectors…