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Page 3 Finance Asia awards 4 local firms, govt’s bond issue

I>Finance Asia /I>magazine has singled out four Malaysian companies and a global Malaysian bond issue for the best awards in various categories for 2002.


Goldman tops ranking

MORGAN Stanley, Merrill Lynch Co, and J.P. Morgan Chase Co, which dominated takeover advisory work in Singapore during 2001, saw their business slump more than 95% last year as volume shrank three-quarters.


Wall St probe findings within weeks

B>NEW YORK/B>: Disgruntled investors suing Wall Street firms over bad stock picks will soon get a windfall, as state regulators including New York Attorney-General Eliot Spitzer will likely release the findings of probes into Citigroup Inc and other banks by the end of the month.


Investment bankers feel chill of war worries

Top investment bankers have added to the sense of gloom that is depressing world markets, with some saying a long war in Iraq would devastate the sector, leaving only a handful of global survivors.


War clouds fog US economic forecasts

War jitters are clouding the US economic outlook, making it hard to discern the recovery#8217;s underlying state of health and difficult to forecast what will happen when the current uncertainty lifts, economists say.


YTL a Malaysian grown utility giant

After snapping up Wessex Water, Tan Sri Francis Yeoh is thirsting for more utility businesses.


Ping An splits life, property businesses

PING An Insurance Co, China#039;s second-largest life assurer and third-largest property insurer, said it finished its restructuring by splitting its life assurance and property insurance businesses into two independent subsidiaries.


SMFG plans share issue to foreign investors

Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Inc (SMFG), Japan's second-largest banking group, said yesterday it plans to issue an additional 300 billion yen in preferred shares to foreign investors.


Temasek eyes Indon bank

Singapore#8217;s government investment agency Temasek Holdings will lead a consortium that includes Deutsche Bank to bid for a 51% stake in Indonesia#8217;s Bank Danamon worth an estimated US$400mil, according to sources familiar with the matter.


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