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AmBank targets 400 customers for new cash management services

AmBank (M) Bhd expects to sign up 400 customers for its AmBiz-CashPro this year, said cash and trade services management general manager Andre Lee.


IPOs dampen China markets

Initial public offerings (IPOs) had added excitement to China's stock markets in the past two months as most of them recorded hefty gains on their market debut. But the euphoria has turned to gloom, as the market buckled under the strain of the new shares.


Higher fiscal spending likely

INDICATIONS are that the theme of the 2007 Budget will be strengthening the economy's competitiveness and resilience to external risks. Windfall gains from petrodollars should allow for an expansionary budget with a deficit of 3.8% of GDP in 2007.


GMO to list in London

GMO Ltd, a joint venture between Green Packet Bhd, mTouche Technology Bhd, and OSK Venture International Bhd (OSKVI), will be listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange in the first half of September.


AmMerchant gets nod for first equity ETF

AmMerchant Bank Bhd has obtained the Securities Commission approval to establish and list Malaysia's first equity exchange traded fund (ETF) on the Bursa Malaysia main board.


Kuwait Finance in talks with GLCs

Kuwait Finance House (KFH) is discussing with several government-linked companies (GLCs) to structure Islamic Real Estate Investment Trusts (I-REITs) to attract foreign direct investments.


Bank Negara: Need to resolve syariah matters

Bank Negara plans to launch initiatives for the harmonisation of different I>syariah /I>interpretations and called for the stepping up of dialogue among scholars around the globe.


Comments on international currency business

CIMB Group plans to extend its Islamic finance offerings to countries where it already has a presence in, said chief executive officer Datuk Nazir Razak.


Islamic banking in foreign currencies soon

Bank Negara will issue new conditional licences under the Islamic Banking Act and Takaful Act to allow qualified local and foreign lenders and even takaful operators to conduct the full range of Islamic banking and takaful business in foreign currencies, said governor Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz.


Perks for Islamic finance

The Islamic finance industry in Malaysia can expect various incentives soon aimed at further developing the country as an Islamic finance hub, said Bank Negara deputy governor Datuk Razif Abd Kadir.