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MALAYSIANS need to be more financially savvy by strongly focusing on their personal finances and investment prospects, according to the newly completed Financial Planning Survey conducted by Citibank Bhd and Universiti Malaya.
IN a commentary on Nov 26 last year entitled I>Big challenges ahead for KLSE with demutualisation/I>, I noted that all participants in our capital market must play a more active role to make the KLSE a regional bourse that is innovative and internationally competitive.
The annual grant provided to teams in the M-League is likely to be reviewed after the expiry of Dunhill's contract with the FA of Malaysia (FAM) next year.
How did someone who completed a degree in Mathematics end up as the head of dance at the National Arts Academy? Joseph Gonzales believes the dance career chose him! Although there was not much awareness in the country in the early 1980s of the possibilities of dance as a career, Gonzales says major influences were movies like I>Fame/Iand I>Flashdance/Iand watching the performances of dance companies that visited Malaysia, such as the Australian Dance Theatre's Ghost Dances.
MALAYAN Banking Bhd (Maybank) has sealed an agreement with the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) for the bank#039;s customers, whether individuals or companies, to make their EPF contributions through its Internet banking websites, Maybank2u.com and Maybank2e.net.
SAPURA Telecommunications Bhd's (Sapura) search for a meaningful core business is finally over with its recent acquisition of a 38.56 per cent stake in Crest Petroleum Bhd, a company whose mainstay is in offshore drilling, marine installations and marine construction.
Arresting the declining dividend rate BizWeek will run a series of articles, written by EPF's investment division, every fortnight. With funds exceeding RM190 billion, the keeper of the people's money is keen to tell its story on many pertinent issues related to investments.
THE Employees Provident Fund (EPF) plans to invest about RM130mil in information technology (IT) over the next three years to provide better service to its 10.3 million members and 340,000 contributing employers, said deputy chief executive officer II Rusma Ibrahim.