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a n g k a s a. ENSURING FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY OF PRIMARY COOPERATIVES THROUGH ENABLING REGULATIONS AND BY-LAWS : MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE by DATO’ HAJI ALIASAK HAJI AMBIA VICE PRESIDENT ANGKASA. BRIEFING OUTLINE. WHAT IS FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY ?. No significant liabilities

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a n g k a s a

ENSURING FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY OF PRIMARY COOPERATIVES THROUGH ENABLING REGULATIONS AND BY-LAWS : MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE

by

DATO’ HAJI ALIASAK HAJI AMBIA

VICE PRESIDENT

ANGKASA

what is financial sustainability

WHAT IS FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY ?

No significant liabilities

Income diversification

Does not depends on other resources

why coop needs financial sustainability

WHY COOP NEEDS FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY ?

To support livelihood

Stimulate coop business

To conduct activities as agreed by GA

To provide training and awareness programs

malaysian experience ensuring financial sustainability

MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE – ENSURING FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY

Reference

Co-operative Act 1993

Co-operative by Laws

Members Fund

Shares

Savings

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MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE – ENSURING FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY

External Capitalisation (Borrowing)

c) Profit Making Cooperatives more

than RM50,000 have to contribute :

Co-operative Education Fund – 2%

Co-operative Development Fund – 1%

School Cooperative exempted

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MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE – ENSURING FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY

d)Profit Making Cooperative have to

contribute 15% to the Statutory

Reserve Fund

e) Cooperative must allocate not more

than 5% the Profit for CSR activities

f) Dividend declared not more than 10%