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SC unveils new measures to help enhance capital market

THE Securities Commission (SC) has announced new measures in its effort to facilitate the diversification of investment and further enhance the efficiency of the Malaysian capital market.


Defer windfall levy

From DR PHILIP TAN, President, Penjanabebas


Cagamas RM350mil debt notes yield at 3.42%

KUALA LUMPUR: Cagamas Bhd (Cagamas) is issuing a two-year RM350mil in debt notes to fund the purchase of housing loans from the financial system.


CIMB chief urges review of IPP windfall tax

CIMB group chief executive Datuk Seri Nazir Razak has urged the Government to review the 30% windfall tax that has been imposed on the independent power producers (IPPs) because of the wider impact the tax will have on the capital markets in the country.


IPPs alarmed over possible windfall levy

Malaysia's independent power producers (IPPs), alarmed over a possible imposition of a windfall profit levy, has strongly urged the government to review and defer the imposition of such a levy which would have far reaching implications for the country and the IPPs


Sector rating downgrades in the pipeline?

PETALING JAYA: Strong signs are emerging for further rating downgrades in the oil and gas (O&G), property and automotive sectors as the economy further moderates amid external headwinds.


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.


Bank Negara provides greater info for investors on bond market

KUALA LUMPUR: Bank Negara Malaysia is further developing the bond market by providing investors with greater access to information with the operationalisation of segregated securities accounts.


Cagamas issues RM350m conventional medium-term notes

Cagamas Bhd, the national mortgage corporation, is issuing RM350 million of two-year conventional medium-term notes. It said proceeds from the notes issue will be used to fund the purchase of housing loans from the financial system.


A more liberal capital market

The Government will continue to adopt an orderly and sequenced approach in steering the capital market towards a more liberalised environment, with the objective of enabling the domestic market to undertake adjustments during the period of transition.