Malaysia Directory of Public and Private Sectors

Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA)

MIDA is one of the most prominent government agencies especially in the development of Malaysia’s manufacturing and services industries. It works closely with the Ministry of International Trade and Industries in providing initiatives, efforts and programmes to grow local businesses into the global market.

Pasukan Petugas Khas Pemudahcara Perniagaan (PEMUDAH)

PEMUDAH means the Special Task Force to Facilitate Business. It is a government agency tasked to provide practices that will put Malaysia in the world map through innovative, customer-centric and world-class delivery services. The agency provides such initiatives for both private and public sectors.

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC)

MCMC is the agency involved in the regulating of guidelines and legislation pertaining to the communication and multimedia industries of Malaysia. It ensures that all the content used in media across the country follows the Malaysian laws and to enforce where necessary.

Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE)

MATRADE is the agency responsible in growing local products and services to the global market. This is done through programmes and initiatives that can give more exposure to Malaysian companies and businesses. Among those include trade shows, trade missions, collaboration with international partners and development of human capital and jobs.

Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE)

MATRADE is the agency responsible in growing local products and services to the global market. This is done through programmes and initiatives that can give more exposure to Malaysian companies and businesses. Among those include trade shows, trade missions, collaboration with international partners and development of human capital and jobs.

Halal Industry Development Corporation (HDC)

To position Malaysia as a Global Halal Hub, HDC is the agency that puts in place programmes, regulations, audits and other initiatives for the local companies to grow. It manages the Halal Park and the Halal Exchange Directory that span across all industries and sectors.

Invest KL (Kuala Lumpur)

There are several Invest agencies and Invest KL is among the most prominent. Its role is to encourage more investments into the development of Kuala Lumpur and the Greater KL project through collaborations with government ministries, Human Resource agencies and investment groups.

Malaysian Industry-Government Group for High Technology (MIGHT)

MIGHT is involved as a primary driver and agency involved in developing the high technology competency and capacity of the country. It works through platforms built between the public and private sectors and initiatives that are aligned with the national policies.

Malaysian Biotechnology Corporation

The Bioeconomy Corporation functions as the agency under MOSTI as the driver to grow and develop the biotechnology industry of Malaysia. This includes being the champion of the National Biotechnology Policy where it is involved in policy input, working with partners and other efforts.

Malaysian Science and Technology Information Centre (MASTIC)

MASTIC is the centre aims at providing the repository platform for science and technology information of the country. It is the bridge that facilitates operations in both the public and private sectors to build the science and technology communities, knowledge transfer and other efforts.

Malaysia International Islamic Financial Centre (MIFC)

MIFC works with other Malaysian financial agencies as the primary centre that drives the development of Islamic Finance of the country. This includes providing platforms and facilitating all types of efforts like research, knowledge transfer and other related programmes particularly in the Islamic Finance sector.

Agensi Kaunseling dan Pengurusan Kredit (AKPK)

AKPK is an agency under Bank Negara Malaysia. It is an independent centre that provides education on financial planning, importance of savings and initiatives like the Debt Management Programme to help Malaysians manage their finances better and more efficiently.

Malaysia Institute of Microelectronic Systems (MIMOS)

MIMOS plays a crucial role in the development of sectors of information and communications technology of Malaysia. It is the National Research and Development Centre of ICT of the country where among its focus areas are Nano-Semiconductor Technology and Industrial Electronics Technology.

Malaysian Institute for Nuclear Technology Research (MINT)

MINT is tasked as the agency to drive the nuclear technology efforts of the country. As a national agency, it is involved in research and development of this technology to facilitate its growth, expansion and in commercialization through available platforms and markets.

Institut Integriti Malaysia

This institute was established to achieve the objectives of the National Integrity Plan. Its role includes providing the platform for sectors and stakeholders to build the nation into becoming one with high integrity at the highest ethical standards through awareness programmes and events.

Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDeC)

MDeC is the agency in charge of development the information and communication technologies industries of Malaysia. Based in Cyberjaya, MDeC carries out initiatives and create platforms to bring in more jobs for both local and foreigners in the ICT sectors.

Securities Commission Malaysia

The SC is a regulatory body and Malaysian agency which is responsible to operate the financial sector of the country. This include supervising financial institutions like exchanges and clearing houses as well as in regulation of securities, licensing matters and policy input.

TalentCorp Malaysia

This agency is responsible in dealing with the Brain Drain problem in Malaysia. TalentCorp Malaysia puts in place programmes and incentive packages to develop local talent, create jobs and to bring top talents overseas back into the country to facilitate nation building.

Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (SSM)

SSM is the agency responsible in regulating the companies and businesses in Malaysia. The agency is involved in registering and incorporating businesses and companies and functions as the authority for enforcement of regulations as well policy input in terms of compliance and other issues.

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Tourism Malaysia

Tourism Malaysia is the organisation responsible in promoting the country as a major tourism destination throughout the world. This is crucial because tourism is a primary mover to the development of socio-economic sectors of the country where it works on awareness programmes, incentive packages and other initiatives.

Malaysia Tourism Centre (MaTIC)

MaTIC is a prominent venue in Kuala Lumpur that provides a one-stop centre for tourists and visitors. It plays a crucial role in offering information and as a crucial resource centre for tourists where it helps to facilitate programmes and events to promote Malaysia as a top tourist destination.

Bursa Malaysia

Bursa Malaysia is the bourse of Malaysia. It is a holding company that manages the exchange for the country facilitating trading and other services in the share market. It is involved in many initiatives that include educational programmes, community service and others.

The Malaysian Bar

Every advocate or solicitor who has passed the Malaysian Practising Certificate will automatically become a member of the Malaysian Bar. This agency operates as a collective voice for the professionals of the legal industry through a strong community facilitated through programmes, meetings and discussions.

SME Corp

The SME industry of Malaysia is one of the largest and movers of the nation’s economy. SMECorp is the agency responsible to grow this market that include providing incentives, job options and programmes both locally and abroad as platforms for Malaysian SMEs to expand.

Yayasan Inovasi Malaysia (YIM)

YIM was established as the agency that will inculcate innovation and creativity among Malaysians. It works mainly with children and youth, rural areas, women and with people with disabilities to promote and champion innovation in their daily life and the importance of being creative and innovative.

Performance Management and Delivery Unit (PEMANDU)

PEMANDU is one of the most important agencies in Malaysia. It is part of the Prime Minister’s Department responsible in ensuring that the Economic Transformation Programme and the Government Transformation Programme are achieved through collaborations, monitoring of performance and others.