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AS the nation is fighting a tough battle against the raging Covid-19 pandemic, three particular news items have caught the attention of investors as it has brought to life the issues that have been bugging the country for a long time.
THE size of the United States Federal Reserve (Fed) (pic) balance sheet is back on the radar of investors as it recently hit a new milestone – the US$8 trillion (RM33 trillion) mark.
ONE of the incentives that the government designed to help cash strapped Malaysians and to tide them over during the pandemic is the tapping of the members’ savings in the Employees Provident Fund’s (EPF).
In other words, the arbitrage profit is only seen as attractive but to convert it into a profit may or may not be the same.
Firms must be careful of what they are venturing into
TENAGA Nasional Bhd received it, so did Magnum Bhd and Aeon Credit Service (M) Bhd. UEM Sunrise Bhd too was given one, while its sister company, UEM Edgenta Bhd, could not escape either.
THE powers and duties of an auditor are clearly defined under Section 266 of the Companies Act, 2016. Here, the law states that an auditor has a statutory duty to report to members with regards to the financial statements, company’s accounting and other records related to those financial statements
Malaysia has no choice but to go for the FMCO and allow only essential services to operate as it has been proven that one of the largest clusters is within the work space.
THE FBM KLCI was introduced in 2006 in collaboration between FTSE and Bursa Malaysia as the new benchmark index for the Malaysian stock market that constitutes the top 30 market capitalised stocks and free-float adjusted.
IN the newly updated Malaysian Code of Corporate Governance 2021 (MCCG 2021), the sustainability issue has taken centrestage with the whole of Practice 4.0 being devoted to it. Four sub-paras discuss board responsibility in respect of sustainable strategies, priorities and targets.