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Masterskill could pay out some IPO proceeds

PETALING JAYA: Masterskill Education Group Bhd’s announcement that it is delaying plans to build its flagship campus is in line with speculation that the company may consider returning some of the proceeds from its 2010 listing to shareholders.


Analyst: Unfair to say under-performing stocks will affect other IPOs

PETALING JAYA: Although more than half of Bursa Malaysia's debutants year-to-date are trading below their initial public offering (IPO) prices, it is unlikely to cast doubt on the performance of other IPOs.


Nursing a dented sentiment?

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's largest operator of non-government nursing colleges, Masterskill Education Group Bhd (MEGB), may have a good growth story to sell, but if its recent share price performance is anything to go by, then it appears that not many investors are keenly buying into it.


Economists: Create unit to manage PTPTN debt

PETALING JAYA: Economists are calling for the strengthening of administration and the creation of a special unit to manage the growing debt of National Higher Education Fund Corp, better known as PTPTN.


Masterskill explains why its shares fell

KUALA LUMPUR: Masterskill Education Group Bhd (MEGB) has been in the limelight over the past few weeks for the unexpected and quick dip in its share price.


Renewed interest in Masterskill after nod for new campus

PETALING JAYA: Masterskill Education Group Bhd, which has been in the limelight due to its plunging share price since Sept 1, saw renewed interest in its stock after the company said it had secured Government approval for its Kuching campus, an issue that is said to have concerned investors.


PTPTN appoints AmIslamic financier, agent

PETALING JAYA: AmIslamic Bank Bhd has been appointed financier and facility agent by Perbadanan Tabung Pendidikan Tinggi Nasional (PTPTN) for a 10-year RM1.5bil Bai#8217;Inah Term Financing-i, a facility guaranteed by the Government.


Remove the cause of debt in education

From Marisa Demori, Ipoh.


A tall order for study loan provider

ACCORDING to the website of the National Higher Education Fund Corp (better known by its Bahasa Malaysia abbreviation, PTPTN) this is its objective: 'To ensure efficient loan financing for students who are eligible to pursue studies at institutions of higher learning in line with government aspirations that no student should be denied access to higher education because of financial reasons.'


Saving for your child’s future

Parents should consider various factors when choosing an education policy for children.