He is the Advisory Editor of the Companies Winding Up Handbook, first published by the Malayan Law Journal in 1998, the second edition was published in 2003; and has been a contributor to the Malaysian Court Forms, Companies Winding Up section; the Halsbury’s Laws of Malaysia, Companies Winding Up section Vol 6, in 2009 he co-edited the Footprints of a Judge’s Journey Through Mother Earth, published by the Malaysian Current Law Journal.
Debt Recovery & Companies Winding Up
Debt recovery has always been in the blood of him. He pioneered the art of recovery from defaulting companies. If you bring a matter to him, he will ask you one question is the company still in business? If it is, you should be able to collect the debt within 6 months.
Unsecured Creditor to Get Paid Ahead of the Bankers
The general perception is that if a creditor should proceed to wind up the debtor, he will be doing a favour for the bankers. Alex has devised a method for the unsecured creditors to get paid ahead of the bankers using an unless order. Read the full article here.
Rental In Arrears
Mr Chang recovered rental in arrears from various types of tenancy agreements. One of which is a recovery WITHOUT a tenancy agreement… If the tenant is currently in occupation of the premises, we should be able to recover your rent within 4-6 weeks.
Our Success Stories
In January 2009, he was leading a team of lawyers to wind up a Public Listed Company, a winding up order was granted against the ‘Berhad’ eventually wound up, a second ‘Berhad’ wound up by him.
He has appeared in many reported cases either as counsel or his Companies Winding up Handbook was referred to by the courts as reference material.
We have completed one matter recently where Mr Chang reduced sum of RM74 million awarded as damages to NOTHING…
What Our Clients Say
- “…Meticulous Work Spectacular Result…”
- “… I admire them for their dedication in their work, the foresight they possess for consistently securing judgment in my favour from High Court to the Court of Appeal and finally at the Federal Court…”
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What is the point of holding all these knowledge without sharing with the young legal professionals? Mr Chang likes to share his ideas. As a Seminar speaker, he has been invited to give talks in seminars organised by, the Bar Council, the Kuala Lumpur, Johor, Pahang Bar Committee, the Sabah Law Association, the Lawyers of Tawau, Advocates Association of Sarawak, the Malaysian Institute of Accountants, the Malayan Law Journal, BASIS, Asia Pacific Diligence Sdn Bhd, Global Intelligence Network (M) Sdn Bhd, Universal Network Intelligence and others.
Mr Chang always has the community at heart. He was the President of the Rotary Club of Pudu, Malaysia in year 2013-2014. During that year he won SIX best district awards and TWO runner ups totalling EIGHT awards. The club under his leadership raised about RM380,000 (at about USD100,000 in 2014) for the community.