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Asia challenge for M'sian investment banks

KUALA LUMPUR: With much of the South-East Asian market cornered, the way forward for investment banks (IBs) in Malaysia and the region is to grow in Asia, where they will be up against the formidable Western IBs, said banking stalwart Tengku Datuk Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz.


UBs can become investment bankers

THE six universal brokers (UBs) in the country will now have the opportunity to become investment banks (IBs) following further liberalisation in the financial services sector.


Govt to push ahead to streamline agencies involved in property sector, says Zuraida

PETALING JAYA; The government will push ahead to streamline the various departments and agencies involved in the property sector to raise their efficiency and also pushed ahead with industrialised building system (IBS).


Challenge to sustain investment banking

At one stage, criticisms have abound over the mushrooming of investment banks (IBs) - with nine bank-backed and six non-bank backed - it does seem a little crowded.


CIDB wants Govt to cut machinery taxes in Budget 2018

KUALA LUMPUR: The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) has asked the Government to reduce taxes for construction machinery for the industrialised building system (IBS) projects to between 0% and 5% in Budget 2018.


Time to relook at building material companies?

THE recent surge in the number of affordable housing projects in Malaysia is putting building materials companies on the radar of investors.


Ajiya wants to expand partnership with SPNB

SHAH ALAM: Ajiya Bhd hopes that its partnership with the National Housing Company (SPNB) to use its industrialised building system (IBS) solution can be expanded in the future.


More jobs for Sarawak Consolidated Industries

KUCHING: Sarawak Consolidated Industries Bhd's (SCIB) precast concrete products and industrialised building systems (IBS) are in demand for the construction of manufacturing plants by energy-intensive industries and access roads to hydroelectric dam projects in Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (Score).


China exhibition, branding showcase expected to pull in RM310mil

GEORGE TOWN: The forthcoming China Import amp; Export Commodities Exhibition Malaysia (CIEM) and Malaysia International Branding Showcase (IBS) in Kuala Lumpur are expected to generate about RM310mil (US$100mil) in sales, up by approximately 5% from 2011.


SP Setia subsidiary wins CIDB award

SETIA Precast Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of SP Setia Bhd, has been recognised as the frontrunner for the construction industry, especially in adopting industrialised building system (IBS) technologies, said SP Setia chairman Tan Sri Abdul Rashid Abdul Manaf.