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Three Sabah firms seek Danajamin guarantee

KOTA KINABALU: Danajamin Nasional Bhd, which has to date provided a total of RM2.9bil in guarantees to eight companies in the country, is talking to three entities in Sabah seeking the same facility.


Asian Pac unit to issue RM200mil notes

PETALING JAYA: Syarikat Kapasi Sdn Bhd, a wholly owned unit of Asian Pac Holdings Bhd, has proposed to issue RM200mil nominal value of up to 5-year guaranteed commercial papers or medium term notes to be guaranteed by Danajamin Nasional Bhd.


Danajamin guarantees Asian Pac unit’s PDS

PETALING JAYA: Danajamin Nasional Bhd has guaranteed the RM200mil private debt securities programme of Asian Pac Holdings Bhd's subsidiary, property development company Syarikat Kapasi Sdn Bhd.


Malaysian bond revival seen

KUALA LUMPUR: Government bonds have seen active trade over the past couple of months after interest rates were raised and the ringgit strengthened against the major currencies but experts believe activity in the corporate bonds may be ripe for a revival.


Danajamin targets to guarantee RM3bil in bonds this year

KUALA LUMPUR: National financial guarantee insurer (FGI) Danajamin Nasional Bhd, which to date has approved RM1.4bil in bond guarantees, is targeting to issue total guarantees worth RM3bil this year.


The challenge for Danajamin post 1st anniversary

THE challenge for national financial guarantee institution (FGI), Danajamin Nasional Bhd, as it approaches its first anniversary, is to see how fast it can shift into high gear to restore the anaemic bond issuance among the lower-rated corporates.


Danajamin approves RM1.4bil guarantees

PETALING JAYA: Danajamin Nasional Bhd has to date approved a total of RM1.4bil guarantees for companies in various industries such as oil and gas, property and construction, plantation and infrastructure.


Debt market set for a rebound

AFTER a dry spell in 2009, the Malaysian debt capital market is set for a rebound this year. This follows an uptick in bond-market activity since the second half of last year and as the economic recovery gains traction.


Bonds and sukuk: Going strong

The global recovery, low interest rates and government spending will keep driving the corporate debt market.


Malaysian Bond Market

THE Budget is upon us once again. At the time of writing this article, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak had yet to unveil Budget 2010.