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The New Competition Law – How It Affects Your Business and Why You Should Know
25 April 2012 (Wednesday)


Seri Pacific Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Dr Vince See, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya
Advisory Member of the interim Malaysian Competition Commission

RM 1000 per participant

10% discount per participant for group booking of 3 or more participants

10% discout per participant for those who attended the previous seminar conducted by Dr Vince, not applicable to group bookings


Following the popular workshop held in May last year, UMCoRS has decided to hold another workshop on competition law. As the enforcement of the Competition Act 2010 has begun since 1 January 2012 UMCoRS has received numerous requests from the business community that more workshops be held to give the business communities some more in-depth understanding of competition law, particularly the Competition Act 2010. Upon this popular demand, UMCoRS has managed to secure the concurrence of its Associate Fellow, Dr Vince, to give another workshop.


  • What the Competition Act 2010 permits and prohibits
  • The implications on your business operations and dealings with other businesses or competitors
  • Your rights and duties under the Competition Act 2010
  • Financial consequences of an infringement
  • Management adjustments that your business may make to comply with the law
  • Investigation and enforcement under the Competition Act 2010


  • Gain an in-depth understanding of competition law in general and the Competition Act 2010 of Malaysia in particular
  • Understand how the law may affect your day-to-day business decision-making and commercial strategies
  • Benefit from insightful advice to develop business plans for compliance with the law
  • Obtain the first-hand idea of the likely policy approaches of the Competition Commission
  • Incorporating competition law considerations into your day-to-day management and business operations
  • Taking advantage of the networking opportunities to socialize with peers and fellow decision-makers


  • CEOs, MDs, business owners across the country
  • Policy-makers and senior management of the civil service
  • Personnel involved in the day-to-day management and operation of business
  • Trade associations
  • GLC senior management
  • National regulators
  • Competition authority officers
  • In-house counsel
  • Consulting economists
  • Business development and sales personnel