Commercial and Corporate Debt Recovery Services in Malaysia

Navigating the complexities of debt recovery in Malaysia can be daunting, especially for foreign creditors. Different laws, procedures, and timeframes across jurisdictions add to the challenge. Our organization specializes in overcoming these hurdles, ensuring efficient and effective debt collection for both local and international clients.

Our Comprehensive Services Include:

  • Notices of Demand
  • Mediation & Debt Settlement
  • Background Checks and Reports
  • Initiation of Court Litigation – coordinating with solicitors to start legal proceedings when necessary
  • Enforcement of Judgments
  • Pre-Court Recovery on Both National and International Levels – extending our services across borders to recover your debts.

Our team, in partnership with experienced and thoroughly vetted legal professionals, ensures the smooth handling of your debt recovery needs. This includes acting on an agency basis in specific situations.

Let us help you streamline your debt collection processes.

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Legal Debt Recovery Workflow


Case Analysis

This is the initial step where the details of the debt case are thoroughly reviewed. It involves understanding the nature of the debt, the debtor's background, and any previous communication or attempts at recovery. This stage sets the groundwork for the strategy to be employed and often involves assessing the viability of legal action.

File Opening

Once the case is deemed actionable, a formal file is opened. This step involves gathering and organizing all necessary documentation, such as contracts, invoices, communication records, and any other relevant information.

Notices of Demand

The debtor is formally notified about the debt through a Notice of Demand. This legal document serves as an official demand for payment, clearly stating the amount due, the deadline for payment, and the consequences of non-payment. It's a critical step in establishing a legal basis for further action if the debtor fails to comply.


Before escalating to more confrontational methods, there is often an attempt to resolve the matter through mediation or settlement. This step involves negotiating with the debtor to find an amicable solution, such as a payment plan. It's a cost-effective and less adversarial approach compared to court proceedings.

Escalated Threats (Writ, Winding Up, etc)

If mediation fails and the debt remains unpaid, the process escalates. This can involve issuing a writ (a formal legal order) or a winding-up petition (used for insolvent companies) as a threat. These actions signal the seriousness of the situation to the debtor and can often prompt payment to avoid further legal action.

Court Proceedings

If the escalated threats do not result in payment, the case may proceed to court. This involves presenting the case to a judge, with both parties having the opportunity to present their evidence and arguments. The court will then make a judgment based on the legal merits of the case.

Judgment Enforcement

Once a judgment is obtained, the final step is enforcing it. This can involve various methods, such as garnishing bank accounts, seizing assets, placing liens on property, or other legal means to ensure the debt is paid. Enforcement methods depend on the jurisdiction and the specific circumstances of the debtor.

Each step in this workflow is designed to progressively apply pressure and legal leverage on the debtor, while also providing opportunities for resolution without resorting to the full extent of legal proceedings. This structured approach ensures a professional and legal method of debt recovery.

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