Should MAA’s selective capital reduction be priced higher?

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  • Saturday, 13 Apr 2019

WHEN it was announced that MAA Group Bhd’s major shareholders were looking to take the company private, investors were, understandably, very enthusiastic.

This was evident from the company’s share price, which surged, hitting limit-up before closing at a multi-year high of 90 sen on the very next day.

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