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MIDF says it’s making arrangement to delist ACP from KLSE

MALAYSIAN Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF) will make the arrangement to delist Amanah Capital Partners Bhd (ACP) from the KLSE.


MIDF may acquire merchant bank

MALAYSIAN Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF) will either acquire a merchant bank or merge with one if it is a pre-requisite to become an investment bank, said group chief executive Mohd Sallehuddin Othman.


Banking on new growth avenues

WHILE banks may not be tempted to initiate another round of huge bank merger exercises just yet, there seems to be a trend in the industry for banks to look at other avenues or means to position themselves as tomorrow#146;s winners.


96% acceptance for ACP shares

MALAYSIAN Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF), which is acquiring the entire issued and paid-up capital of Amanah Capital Partners Bhd (ACP), said it had received 96.46% acceptance comprising 362.57 million ACP shares at the close of its voluntary offer on Feb 7.


Winners and losers of a weak dollar

UNCERTAINTY is clearly still very much the order of the day in 2003 and that in a nutshell is driving down the US dollar.


January’s RM6.3bil trade surplus highest since March 2000

MALAYSIA achieved a trade surplus of RM6.3bil in January, 38.5% higher than the RM4.5bil surplus recorded in December last year. The January surplus was the largest recorded by the country since March 2000, according to the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (Miti).


Symphony House to acquire MIH for RM2.5mil

SYMPHONY House Bhd proposes to buy Malaysian Issuing House Sdn Bhd (MIH) for RM2.45mil cash, which would expand the group#039;s suite of corporate and information technology (IT) services.


Symphony creates minor stir with MIH buy

HARDLY three weeks after its Valentine#039;s Day listing, Symphony House Bhd has created a minor stir on the share market with its proposed acquisition of Malaysian Issuing House Sdn Bhd (MIH) for RM2.45 million cash. It was, by far, the most active counter on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE) on Wednesday (the day the announcement was made) and Thursday.


MIDF warrants lacklustre

MALAYSIAN Industrial Development Finance Bhd (MIDF) warrants are likely to remain lacklustre in the coming months as the mother share, which is trading at about 80 sen currently, is sharply below the warrant's conversion price of RM2.33, with price recovery not in clear sight.


Rebound likely for domestic investment

MALAYSIA is likely to witness a potential rebound in domestic investment by both the private and public sectors this year after experiencing declining capital investments following two economic downturns in the past 15 years.