Webinar - 3
COPING WITH COVID -19
TEMPORARY MEASURES FOR REDUCING THE IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019 (COVID-19) ACT 2020
Malaysia’s Temporary Measures for Reducing the Impact of COVID-19 Act is part of the measures taken by the Malaysian Government to reduce the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic affecting individuals as well as companies.
Gazetted and came into force on 23 October 2020, the Act covers the modifications of provisions in 16 prevailing statutes and contractual obligations, including the Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Act 1966. Pursuant to Section 32 of the Act, these modifications are deemed to have come into operation on 18 March 2020.
With many parties facing numerous disruptions and challenges following from the enforcement of MCO, REHDA Malaysia is pleased to bring to you industry experts to share their insights and views to assist property developers, contractors and professionals seeking clarifications and further understanding on the provisions in the Act.
Watch the three-part webinar sessions to learn what the experts have to say!
Datuk Sr Charlie Chia Lui Meng
*Part 1, 2 & 3
Dato’ Ir Soam Heng Choon
*Part 1, 2 & 3
Datuk Jeffry Mohd Ali
Head Consumer Finance CFS Malaysia,
*Part 1, 2 & 3
Dato’ Nitin Nadkarni
Head of the Firm’s International Arbitration and the Tax, SST & Customs Practice
Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill (LHAG)
Datuk Ezumi Harzani
Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM)
Mr Rajendra Navaratnam
Azman Davidson & Co
Mr Oliver Wee Hiang Chyn KMN, AMN
Master Builders Asssociation Malaysia (MBAM)
Dato’ Kuek Ngee Meng
Halim Hong & Quek
Mr Simon David
Director of Licensing Department,
National Housing Department,
Minister of Housing and Local Government (KPKT)
• Date : 10 December 2020
Building / Construction Contracts
• Date : 15 December 2020
Housing Development (Control and Licensing) Act
• Date : 18 December 2020
Webinar - 2
Economic Recovery Plan :
Powering Up the Industry
[ Session held on 11 June 2020 ]
The Government’s short-term Economic Recovery Plan, which was annonunced by the Prime Minister Yang Amat Berhormat Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin on May, 5th 2020 is to address the fiscal challenges brought forth by the COVID-19 pandemic and the implementation of Movement Control Order (MCO) and Conditional MCO.
With the theme “Bersama Menjana Ekonomi”, the announcement speaks volumes of the Government’s commitment to protect businesses and individuals of all socioeconomic status. We believe that these measures will play a key role in reforming the economic standing of all industries by encouraging consumption as well as spending, and at the same time boosting employment.
However, are the initiatives granted for the property industry suffice? Can they help ease the burden of homeownership faced by the rakyat?
Let’s hear the views from our industry experts on the Economic Recovery Plan, will it able to Power Up the Industry?
Webinar - 1
- COVID-19 & Its Impact -
MANAGING TAX CONCERNS FOR PROPERTY DEVELOPERS
[ Session held on 6 May 2020 ]
Property developers are currently facing a brand new challenge – the COVID-19 pandemic and the Movement Control Order (MCO) restriction. The enforcement of MCO has impacted businesses in all industries across the board with many parties facing numerous disruptions and challenges, including tax matters.
To assist property developers in this challenging time, REHDA Malaysia together with REHDA Selangor are pleased to bring to you industry representatives and tax experts to highlight key tax concerns affecting property developers and how we can manage them.
Join us in this webinar session to learn what they have to say.
Other Participated Webinar
PROPTECH VS PANDEMIC:
Challenges & Opportunities in the New Normal of the Property Industry
[ Session held on 9 May 2020 | 10.30am ]
- Jason Ding (Co-Founder, CEO, MHub)