Suruhanjaya Syarikat Malaysia (Companies Commission of Malaysia) (SSM) is a statutory body which regulates companies and businesses in Malaysia pursuant to the Companies Commission of Malaysia Act 2001. SSM is an agency under the Ministry of Domestic Trade, Co-operatives and Consumerism (KPDNKK). Apart from being a corporate regulator, SSM also serves as an agency to incorporate companies and register businesses as well as to provide company and business information to the public. In its mission to instill good corporate governance through continuous education and effective surveillance and enforcement, the Companies Commission of Malaysia Training Academy (COMTRAC) was established in April 2007. It was established to spearhead SSM’s external stakeholders training initiatives. Its mission is to train and educate a wide array of corporate role-players comprising directors, company secretaries, the management and employees of companies, auditors, entrepreneurs, innovators and members of the professional bodies, consistent with SSM's functions as stipulated under subsection 17(d) and 18(2) of the Companies Commission of Malaysia Act 2001. The Academy is known as COMTRAC & Knowledge Management Division from March 2018. Please visit to find out more about COMTRAC and its training programmes.