1. Ministry of Finance Malaysia
The Treasury is responsible for the formulation, planning and implementation of fiscal and budgetary policies to promote sustainable economic growth, improve national economic resilience and to ensure a more equitable sharing of national wealth.
2. Securities Commission Malaysia (SC)
The Securities Commission Malaysia was set up on the 1 March 1993, marking a significant milestone in the Government's commitment to have a central authority in the regulation and development of the securities and futures industries in Malaysia.
3. Bank Negara Malaysia
The Central Bank of Malaysia is committed to excellence in promoting monetary and financial stability and fostering a sound and progressive financial sector to achieve sustained economic growth for the benefit of the nation. 
4. Companies Commission of Malaysia (SSM)
The Companies Commission of Malaysia is a set-up entity arising from the merger of the Registry of Companies (ROC) and the Registry of Business (ROB). It is set up to play a bigger role in the surveillance and enforcement of companies.
5. Bursa Malaysia
The Bursa Malaysia is a self-regulatory organisation which governs the conduct of its members and member stockbroking companies in securities dealings; enforces the listing requirements which spell out the listing and disclosure standards to be maintained by public listed companies; and is also responsible for the surveillance of the market place.
6. Jabatan Akauntan Negara
The Accountant General's Department is committed to improving the accountability of the public sector through excellent accounting services and management information to achieve the asspirations of various parties and the nation. The Accountant General was appointed by the Finance Minister as Registrar of Unclaimed Moneys (WTD) on 1 June 1975. More information is available here.
7. Inland Revenue Board (IRB)
The Inland Revenue Board was established by the Inland Revenue Board of Malaysia Act 1995 to upgrade the organisation's role to include the formulation of new policies for both the private and public sectors, in addition to its previous role of tax collection and compliance enforcement. 
8. Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA)
The Malaysian Institute of Accountants, established under the Accountants Act 1967, has assumed the authority empowered by law to manifest itself as the authoritative body regulating the accounting profession. The Institute is a member body of regional and international professional bodies which play a significant role in the development and advancement of accounting profession globally.
9. The Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants (MICPA)
The Certified Public Accountants have assumed a leading position in the business and professional world. The MICPA in its goals has broadened its scope of services so as to keep step with the challenges of the times, as well as its responsibilities in the advancement of the practice and the study of accountancy.
10. The Malaysian Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (MAICSA)
MAICSA as a premier professional body in company secretaryship and administration exists to serve the needs of the various sectors of society, in particular, the corporate sector. As befitting a dynamic organisation, the Association strives to be sensitive to changes and changing socio-economic developments within the country, and actively participates in the enhancement of corporate governance in all its manifold activities centred around greater transparency, accountability, integrity and professionalism.
11. Federation of Public Listed Companies Berhad
FPLC is the Federation of Public Listed Companies, Malaysia. It is a non-government organisation established in 1987 and open to all public listed companies (PLCs) in the Stock Exchange of Malaysia called Bursa Malaysia. It functions, among others, as a common voice for PLCs in Malaysia in the interface with the public as well as regulatory and other bodies.