PNB on its Sapura investment


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PETALING JAYA: Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB), which has come under scrutiny for supporting a RM4bil cash call by Sapura Energy Bhd, said that it was putting more money into the oil and gas company based on the merits of investments.

Brushing off a view that the fund is backing the massive rights issue of the oil and gas company (O&G) because Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) is believed to be one of the creditors of Sapura Energy, PNB said it “only pursues investment opportunities which meet the fund’s stringent investment criteria and objectives.”

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