MAA can advance with disposal of Takaful arm


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  • Saturday, 30 Apr 2016

Tunku Ya’acob: ‘The PN17 classification was designed for companies that are in trouble. We are not in trouble.’

The move is likely to get company out of PN17

MAA Group Bhd, which has been having funding issues despite being cash-rich, may have finally found a reprieve with the sale of its Takaful arm, MAA Takaful Bhd.

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