Guidelines for Naming a Company

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The General Principles And Characteristics Of Names Which Can Be Considered As Company’s Name

  1. Names shall use the correct language and spelling;
  2. If a name contains words other than the Malay or English Languages, the meaning of such words must be given;
  3. Names which are not blasphemous or likely to be offensive to members of the public;
  4. Names which do not resemble elements of religion;
  5. Certain names which are not too general, for example “Attempt Sdn. Bhd.” or “Beautiful Sdn. Bhd.”;
  6. The usage of individual names shall be from the names of the directors to be named in the Memorandum or Articles of Association. However, individual names can be considered if such names are from the names of immediate family members of the director or promoter, for example, the names of children, father, wife, grandfather or grandmother. Proof of family relationship must be given. If the name of the company is from the individual name of a group of companies in existence, consent letter must be obtained from the group of companies which have such individual names;
  7. State the meaning of the created words;
  8. Company name is not an acronym that can be used to mislead as the name of a multi-national company such as PNB, ICI, IBM;

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