The table below are the Top 30 Equity Investments in companies listed on Bursa Malaysia as of 31th March 2011.
No. Stocks % Holdings
1 Msian Building Society Bhd 66.19%
2 RHB Capital Bhd 44.57%
3 Msian Resources Corp Bhd 41.64%
4 WCT Bhd 18.71%
5 Media Prima Bhd 18.35%
6 IJM Corporation Bhd 16.80%
7 Digi.Com Bhd 16.50%
8 Shell Refining Co. Bhd 16.23%
9 SP Setia Bhd 16.13%
10 Cycle & Carriage Bintang Bhd 16.04%
11 Genting Plantations Bhd 15.26%
12 Tenaga Nasional Bhd 15.09%
13 Axiata Group Bhd 14.60%
14 Petronas Gas Bhd 14.09%
15 Star Publication (M) Bhd 14.08%
16 Alliance Financial Group Bhd 13.96%
17 Sime Darby Bhd 13.39%
18 United Plantations Bhd 13.37%
19 Dialog Group Bhd 13.13%
20 Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd 13.11%
21 AMMB Holdings Bhd 12.89%
22 IOI Corporation Bhd 12.77%
23 Telekom (M) Bhd 12.73%
24 IJM Plantation Bhd 12.53%
25 Eon CapitalBhd 12.46%
26 Public Bank Bhd 12.45%
27 CIMB Group Holdings Bhd 12.43%
28 Plus Expressway Bhd 12.36%
29 Maybank Bhd 12.32%
30 KLCC Property Holding Bhd 12.22%
MASIH BOLEH BELI BUMIARMADA BILA DAH LISTED 21/07/2011 GUNA KWSP ACCOUNT1.
Bumi Armada to raise US$897 million in IPO
July 08, 2011
KUALA LUMPUR, July 8 — Bumi Armada is set to raise RM2.7 billion in its planned initial public offering, a term sheet showed, in what could be Southeast Asia’s second-largest listing this year.
The offshore oil and gas service provider sold its institutional portion of 798.7 million shares at RM3.03 a share.
The books were covered almost 50 times ahead of its listing on July 21, with strong demand almost evenly split between domestic and foreign investors, signalling improved sentiment despite recent volatility in Asian financial markets.
The retail portion of 79.9 million shares will be priced at RM3.15 per share or at the institutional price, whichever is lower. That means the retail investors will also pay RM3.03 apiece for Bumi Armada shares.
Bumi Armada is part of the stable of companies owned by Malaysian tycoon T Ananda Krishnan (picture), who also has a controlling interest in Malaysian telecommunications company Maxis.
Bumi Armada was privatised in 2003 and a planned relisting in 2008 was delayed due to the global financial crisis. A subsequent relisting plan was also shelved.
The IPO will become the largest offer in Malaysia since the listing of Petronas Chemicals last year. It ranks second to Hutchinson Port’s Singapore listing.
Joint global coordinators for the IPO are CIMB, Maybank and Credit Suisse. The banks are also joint bookrunners with RHB, CLSA and UBS. — Reuters
Stocks to watch: SapuraCrest, Kencana, E&O, SILK, KPJ, AFG PDF
Written by Joseph Chin of theedgemalaysia.com
Monday, 11 July 2011 19:43
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KUALA LUMPUR: All eyes would be on SAPURACREST PETROLEUM BHD  and KENCANA PETROLEUM BHD  when they resume trading on Tuesday, July 12 following a proposed merger which would position them stronger to bid for upstream jobs.
Other stocks to watch are Eastern and Oriental Bhd (E&O),SILK Holdings Bhd, KPJ HEALTHCARE BHD  and ALLIANCE FINANCIAL GROUP BHD  (AFG).
SapuraCrest and Kenanca announced Integral Key Sdn Bhd (IKSB), a special purpose vehicle, had made a RM11.85-billion offer to acquire all their assets and liabilities in a share swap.
The merged entity would become one of the world’s largest oil and gas service providers in terms of market capitalisation and assets.
Meanwhile, E&O is expected record about RM66 million in profit from the sale of a building and freehold land in Tanjong Tokong on Penang island for RM134 million cash.
The E&O group’s original cost of investment in the land made in May 2004 was RM13.57 million while the CONSTRUCTION  cost of the building incurred from March 2009 to May 2011 was RM54.17 million.
SILK secured four long term contracts worth a total of RM39.75 million from Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd for the provision four units of anchor handling tug supply vessel (AHTSV).
Its subsidiary Jasa Merin (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd had been the awarded the four contracts. It said the long term contracts for the four units of AHTSV were for the primary period of one year, with various effective commencement dates in July 2011 respectively, with options to extend for a further period of one year each.
KPJ is teaming up with Yayasan Islam Perlis (YIP) to set up and operate a new hospital to be known as KPJ Perlis Specialist Hospital. KPJ’s unit Kumpulan Perubatan (Johor) Sdn Bhd (KPJSB) had signed the agreement with YIP on Monday, July 11.
It said the JV would operate under the name Perlis Specialist Hospital Sdn Bhd, of which KPJSB would hold 60% equity interest while YIP would hold the remaining 40%.
Meanwhile in AFG, the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) Board had disposed of 5.2798 million shares from July 5 and 6, reducing its shareholding to 12.53% or 193.96 million shares.
The shares had run up early last week on market talk that Temasek Holdings Pte Ltd and Langkah Bahagia Sdn Bhd might dispose of their combined 30% stake in AFG.
Market talk was that Temasek might want to dispose of its stake in AFG after selling its stakes in two of China’s biggest banks.
Written by Kamarul Azhar of theedgemalaysia.com
Monday, 11 July 2011 19:27
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KUALA LUMPUR: The proposed merger between SAPURACREST PETROLEUM BHD  and KENCANA PETROLEUM BHD  under Integral Key Sdn Bhd (IKSB), a special purpose vehicle, is a merger of equals.
Maybank Investment Bank chief executive officer Tengku Datuk Zafrul Aziz said on Monday, July 11 the merged entity would become one of the world’s largest oil and gas service providers in terms of market capitalisation and assets.
He said the merger proposal was timely following the investment cycle, especially in the upstream sector as the days of easy oil was over and O&G companies would have to invest more in marginal fields.
“The scale of the merged entity, with a combined market capitalisation in excess of RM10 billion, diverse skill sets across the value chain, access to capital markets and financing would enable it to undertake larger and venture into new markets, potentially further upstream,” he said at a press conference.
Earlier, SapuraCrest and Kenanca announced IKSB had made a RM11.85-billion offer to acquire all their assets and liabilities in a share swap.
“The offer is to propose and facilitate a merger of the businesses within the Kencana Petroleum group of companies and the SapuraCrest group of companies,” according to the statement issued by the companies via their merchant banks.
The offer shall remain open for acceptance until 5pm on Aug 15.
IKSB offered to acquire SapuraCrest for RM5.87 billion equivalent to RM4.60 per share of 20 sen each multiplied by 1.276 billion SapuraCrest shares.
“The merger consideration shall be satisfied by the issuance of 2.498 billion new ordinary shares of RM1 each in IKSB at an issue price of RM2 per new IKSB share and a cash payment of RM875.06 million. This translates into cash payment of approximately 68.5 sen and RM3.915 of IKSB shares per SapuraCrest share,” it said.
As for Kencana, IKSB was offering RM5.98 billion or RM3 per share of 10 sen each in Kencana multiplied by the enlarged paid-up of Kencana’s 1.99 billion shares.
The merger consideration shall be satisfied by 2.505 billion new shares of RM1 each in IKSB at an issue price of RM2 per new IKSB share and a cash payment of RM968.689 million. This translated into cash payment of 48.6 sen and RM2.514 of IKSB shares per Kencana share.
Written by Joseph Chin of theedgemalaysia.com
Monday, 11 July 2011 18:19
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KUALA LUMPUR: Bumi Armada Bhd’s institutional price has been fixed at RM3.03 per share after it had completed the bookbuilding process.
It said on Monday, July 11 the final retail price was fixed at RM3.03 per share, which was 12 sen below the retail offering of RM3.15. The retail offering closed on July 7. The difference of 12 sen would be refunded by the company within 10 market days.
The listing exercise involved an offer for sale of up to 234.277 million shares to Bumiputera investors approved by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry at the institutional price.
There was also a public issue of up to 644.26 million new shares comprising of 563.40 million shares to Malaysian and foreign institutions and approved Bumiputera investors.
The remaining 79.86 million shares were offered to the public, directors and eligible employees.
Based on the 644.26 million new shares at RM3.03 each, this would see RM1.95 billion raised from the listing exercise for the company.
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