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Your 10 questions with Datuk Seri S. Samy Vellu

Former MIC president Datuk Seri S. SamyVellu fields the 10 questions posed by our readers.


Two bid for Maika’s OCA stake

PETALING JAYA: Two financial institutions have put in a bid of RM1.59 per share to acquire the controlling stake in Oriental Capital Assurance Bhd (OCA) from Maika Holdings Bhd, according to sources. A source said the two interested financial institutions consisted of a bank and an insurance company that had tendered in their bids between last October and November.


The mystique of national transformation

The challenge is to convince stakeholders to buy in and take ownership of the array of programmes.


Key corporate personalities

Our take on some of those who made the news.


G Team's offer to take over Maika turns unconditional

PETALING JAYA: G Team Resources amp; Holding Sdn Bhd#8217;s offer to take over the scandal-ridden Maika Holdings Bhd turned unconditional yesterday, after having received acceptances of 67.64% or 84.55 million shares. Subsequently, G Team and parties acting in concert (PACs) with it also extended an unconditional takeover offer for Maika#8217;s 74.16% subsidiary, Oriental Capital Assurance Bhd (OCA), at RM1.61 cash per share.


Extension urged for Maika offer

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang MIC wants the deadline for G Team Resources Holding Sdn Bhd's proposed conditional offer for Maika Holdings Bhd to be extended beyond June 22.


G Team needs 20% more approval for Maika offer to become unconditional

KUALA LUMPUR: G Team Resources Holding Sdn Bhd has received the nod from 30% of Maika Holdings Bhd shareholders for its proposed conditional takeover offer of the company.


Maika’s end-2008 accumulated losses at RM106.7mil

PETALING JAYA: Maika Holdings Bhd incurred accumulated losses of RM106.7mil as at Dec 31, 2008 and has been in the red for the past five financial years (FYs) except for FY2005 when it had an extraordinary gain due to a writeback following the liquidation of a subsidiary. In FY08, the group made a loss after tax of RM46mil on the back of RM259mil revenue.


Soldiering on for a social cause



Shareholders’ sentiments

StarBizWeek's EUGENE MAHALINGAM spoke to afew Maika shareholders to gauge their sentiments then and now.