Welcome to the Malaysian Danish Business Council!

A non-profit organisation with the aim of assisting Malaysian and Danish business women and men in their efforts to promote trade, services and investments between Malaysia and Denmark.

Networking, insights and inspiration

Network Forum for discussing and exchanging views on business conditions and issues, both domestic and international, affecting Malaysian and Danish companies and personnel, through regular Business Lunches and Business related activities.

Join us today!

Become an active partner in the Malaysian Danish Business Community, in Malaysia and learn from other members experience with Business development & Management in Malaysia & the Kingdom of Denmark.
Enjoy a host of activities throughout the year.

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​Upcoming events!

may

07may8:55 am10:00 amWebinar: As Malaysia relaxes MCO, what are the political stakes as Parliament resumes? (Members only)Zoom meeting (link to event will be forwarded on registration)

15may9:00 am10:00 amWebinar: Covid-19 - Darkest before the dawn (members only)Zoom meeting (link to event will be forwarded on registration)


Message from the Chairman ...

​Dear Members,
 
Further to our update on Monday 18th, the MM2H easing have had a few challenges in implementation so if this applies to you or your loved ones, please take a look at the ​ “GUIDELINES FOR STRANDED MEMBERS OF MALAYSIA MY SECOND HOME (MM2H) TO REENTER MALAYSIA DURING MOVEMENT CONTROL ORDER (MCO)”.

Meantime many MDBC members responded to the call for input on how the closed borders are affecting their families, employees and new hires as well as ability to conduct especially regional business.
 
The current situation where borders remain effectively completely sealed, is putting a damper on the otherwise strong desire among expatriates to promote Malaysia and to consider further investments in their businesses and we realize that will be of deep concern to the Malaysian government. Therefore, via EUMCCI, where we hand in hand with many other national chambers stand stronger and have many concerns in common, we will be sharing an appeal to consider the impact on expatriate families residing in Malaysia with a hope that it may soon lead to some easening so that expatriates and their families may be treated on equal footing with citizens and MM2H pass holders. We will also make a pitch for the necessary and very sensible step of mandating quarantining, that we ask whether it may possibly be held at the Expatriate’s place of residence rather than in a hotel.
 
We shall keep you posted and we hope to be able to share some good news but meantime please remain positive and above all, stay safe and remember social distancing and the other key guidelines we all need to adhere to these days.

​Stay safe!

​Allan Jensen, Chairman

​Malaysian Danish Business Council

Welcome to the
Malaysian Danish
Business Council!

The Malaysian Danish Business Council (MDBC) is a non-profit organisation with the aim of assisting Malaysian and Danish business women and men in their efforts to promote trade, services and investments between Malaysia and Denmark.

Allan Jensen, Chairman
General Manager, Danfoss Malaysia
Director, EU-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Become a member, join us today!

Personal membership pertains to individuals and small businesses with up to 5 people based in Malaysia. Individuals serving leadership roles in larger businesses must join under Corporate membership. Students and interns may join free of charge.

Corporate Membership
1500 RM

SME Membership
500 RM

Individual Membership
250 RM

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