|AMCHAM Update #37: COVID-19 Outbreak|
|Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases (Measures Within Infected Local Areas) (No. 5) Regulations 2020|
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GAZETTE – 3 May 2020
This issue of the Federal Government Gazette covers the regulations surrounding prohibited activites during the current phase of the Movement Control Order, the movement within infected local areas, moving between those areas, mass gatherings, public transport, offences and more. Click 'Read More' for the full doc.
|Guide to Submit Company Declarations (via CIMS 3.0)|
With the Movement Control Order now in its current state, a new portal is up for companies to submit their declarations. Click on 'Read More' to view the step by step guide on how to submit the declaration.
|MYHELP Online Appointment For Counter Transactions In ESD and Rp-T System|
In order to observe the social distancing and to discourage crowds at Immigration office and MYXpats Centre, company and Residence Pass - Talent (RP-T) holders are required to apply for MYHelp Online Appointment before proceeding with any passport/payment submissions and endorsement processes at the Expatriate Services Division (ESD), Immigration office at Putrajaya OR MYXpats Centre.
|e-Dagang Expo (eDX) by MDEC|
MDEC is hosting its first and biggest e-Dagang Expo (eDX) running from 4 May until 8 May 2020. The virtual event seeks to upskill and accelerate e-Commerce adoption amongst Malaysian SMEs, taking businesses offline to online and onward to export. To secure your spot, visit www.go-ecommerce.my/eDX
|UPCOMING WEBINAR (NON-AMCHAM)|
|The ESG Investment Tune – How Business Organisations should move to this Beat|
|Thursday, May 7, 2020, 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM|
Before COVID-19, impact investment was a growing force in the investment landscape. Now the entire investment landscape is scrambling to find the way forward. In the session, Tim will discuss the spectrum of impact investment and the types and drivers of impact capital,the landscape before COVID-19, and some of the strategies that companies can deploy in response to COVID-19.
Prior to COVID-19, most companies perceived their worst-case cybersecurity scenario as a computer virus that would shut down company computer systems. In fact, just the opposite happened: a human virus has forced virtually entire workforces online, making companies more reliant than ever on their systems. The stakes of protecting those systems from a cyberattack could not be higher.
In a previous article, McKinsey described five qualities that will be critical for business leaders to find their way to the next normal: Resolve, Resilience, Return, Reimagination, and Reform. In this article, McKinsey & Company suggests that in order to come back stronger, companies should reimagine their business model as they return to full speed. The moment is not to be lost: those who step up their game will be better off and far more ready to confront the challenges—and opportunities—of the next normal than those who do not.
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