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Danajamin starts ops

The Government has established the country's first financial guarantee institution (FGI), Danajamin Nasional Bhd, which has the capacity to guarantee up to RM15bil of bonds, in a move to provide greater access for local companies to raise funds in the bond market.


Danajamin gives SMEs easier access to funding

The establishment of the country's first financial guarantee institution, Danajamin Nasional Bhd, will give companies, especially small and medium enterprises (SMEs), easier access to funding.


Outlook for sukuk remains healthy

PETALING JAYA: The outlook for Islamic finance remains strong despite the deepening economic slowdown, scarce liquidity, pronounced stock market declines and plummeting real estate prices.


New financial guarantee institution draws much interest

KUALA LUMPUR: The newly set up financial guarantee institution, Danajamin Nasional Bhd, has received tremendous interest and the first bond is expected to be guaranteed in one to two months' time, according to chairman Datuk Seri Hamidy Hafiz.


Kris tipped to become Danajamin CEO

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Kris Azman Abdullah, director of the issues and investment division of the Securities Commission, has been tipped to be the CEO of financial guarantee institution, Danajamin Nasional Bhd.


SMEs urged to tap bond market

KUALA LUMPUR: Very few small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have tapped the bond market for financing, said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Wira Chor Chee Heung.


Will Danajamin boost the bond market?

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia's two rating agencies appear to have different views on the likely impact Danajamin Nasional Bhd will have on the bond market.


Malaysian capital market seeing some signs of life

PETALING JAYA: The capital market is seeing some signs of life although new money is yet to enter in a big way. 'Corporates are coming back to the bond market more for refinancing and not so much for new financing,' said Lee Kok Kwan, deputy CEO and group treasurer of CIMB group.


Economic crisis opens up opportunities for Malaysia, says DPM

The economic crisis has opened an opportunity for Malaysia to attract funds from non-traditional sources including the Middle East, said the Deputy Prime Minister.


Firms looking to bank loans for financing

PETALING JAYA: Many businesses are looking to bank loans for financing given the relatively cheaper rates and the speed to market, says RAM Rating Services Bhd chief executive officer Liza Mohd Noor.