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MMAA was established in 2005 as a non-profit organisation comprising individual professionals and companies involved in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activities in Malaysia.

The Association serves to promote and facilitate interactions, collaborations and dialogues amongst practitioners and organisations involved in M&A activities in Malaysia as well as to promote best business pratices, ethics and professional standards in M&A activities in Malaysia. The Association also serves as a platform for consultation between and amongst government regulatory authorities and M&A practitioners and other regulatory organisations.

Value of announced M&A deals in Malaysia amounted to over USD7 billion in 2019 which represents a 49% decline as compared to deal values of USD13 billion in 2018, vastly impacted by US-China trade war & recession fears, seeing North Asian and European investors being more cautious but still keen investors though select industries in Malaysia may benefit instead. M&A will continue to be a value driver in today’s corporate world as corporations continue to seek new revenue drivers, cost efficiency enhancements, market share advance and product & services improvements. The advent of the Southeast Asian Economic Community and constantly changing business dynamics further drives M&A in Malaysia and throughout the region. The growing importance of M&A in corporate Malaysia results in a greater need to improve M&A standards, practices & governance in order to facilitate greater ease, efficiency and order in consummating M&A transactions. Arising from this, MMAA fittingly fills the crucial role of fostering the development of the M&A market in Malaysia.

  • Insights

    Media Coverage - M&A activity seen softening in near term

    Mergers & acquisitions to soften in near term on market uncertainty and mismatched valuations. Although the deal-making market is starting to show some life after the movement control order (MC0), it is expected to remain soft as long as the country's borders remain close.

    Understanding the sector impact of COVID-19 on Banking & Capital Markets

    This article looks at potential long-term inpact of COVID-19 on banks and capital markets, key questions executives and boards should be asking and practical next steps.

    Deal Flow Predictor Q2 2020

    Highlights of key global trends in M&A year-to-date and casts predictions on which sectors and geographies are likely to be strongest for the remainder of the year.

    • Contact Us

      Malaysian Mergers & Acquisitions Association

      The Secretariat
      c/o Miranda & Samuel Advocates & Solicitors
      Suite 3B-19-6, Level 19
      Block 3B, Plaza Sentral
      Jalan Stesen Sentral 5
      50470 Kuala Lumpur

      T + 603 2274 2915
      F + 603 2272 1813

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