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COMPANY NAME : PENINSULAR MANAGEMENT
PRESENT TO : VISITING LECTURER
PRESENT BY : NUR FALIHAH BT HALILUL RAHUMAN

Company Name : Peninsular Management

Date of Commencement of Business : 01 Januari 1990

Company Address : No.26, Tingkat Satu,

Jalan Haji Mohd Ali,

32000 Sitiawan, Perak.

Telephone No : 05-6924201

No. Fax : 05-6924201

Forms of Business : Sole proprietorship

Nature of Business :: Provide services in terms of- accounting, taxation, tax consultants, company secretarial,establishment of companies, preparing loan paperwork and business management.

2.6 THE FIRMS PHILOSOPHY AND IDEALOGY

2.6.1 VISION
Peninsular management vision is provide high quality and efficient services to clients, including auditing, accountancy, taxation, corporate secretarial services, and business advisory services over the long-term at competitive fees.

2.6.2 MISSION

In order to achieve the vision, Peninsular Management are committed to:

* Ensure that all actions and plans are made to give advantage and profits to the company. * Provide the best service in terms of job quality * Maintain the companies good name with provide fast, accurate, quality of service to the clients. * Prioritize customer needs * Preserving the environment * Protect the rights and welfare of all workers *…...

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