More than 70% of eligible Malaysians have not written their wills.
News reported on 11th Sept 2021 that ‘there are RM90 billion worth of unclaimed cash and assets left by the dead in Malaysia since Merdeka’, partly due to lack of awareness and apathy.
Malay Mail reporting on (2021, Sept 11). Some RM90b worth of assets unclaimed as of 2020
Malaysian Institute of Estate Planners (MIEP) is an organization for all Estate Planners in Malaysia with a mandate to regulate and develop the estate planning profession in Malaysia in support of nation building.
MIEP plans to launch a certification program in Malaysia for estate planning professionals. Working closely alongside businesses, MIEP connects its membership to a wide range of information and resources, events, professional development and networking opportunities.
Malaysians or foreigners who want to learn more of our professional practices of estate planning are welcome in this group too.
In recent years, with the financial market moving towards total financial planning which requires professional estate planning services, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we live and work. It has also caused many people to write or review their own wills and conduct Estate Planning
To be the body representing Estate Planning Professionals and Estate Planning Services Providers in the region.
Working closely alongside businesses, MIEP connects its membership to a wide range of information and resources, events, professional development and networking opportunities.
To regulate and develop estate planners.
To provide self-regulation in the estate planning industry.
To enhance the image of the estate planning profession.
To be premier Estate Planning Education Providers.
To set practice standards for estate planning and uplift their professionalism.
To promote financial literacy to all Malaysians.