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Listed companies show progress in corporate governance disclosures

KUALA LUMPUR: Listed companies’ corporate governance (CG) disclosures have shown improvements this year compared with their disclosures in 2014, according to Bursa Malaysia Bhd.


It’s time to study the likely impact of listed companies issuing audited accounts sooner

Errol Oh analyses the pros and cons of bringing forward the deadline for listed companies to submit their audited accounts.


MSWG holds stakes in 232 listed companies

The Minority Shareholders Watchdog Group (MSWG) had stakes in 232 public-listed companies at the end of August, giving the body with the I>locus standi/Ito attend shareholders' meeting to protect minority interest.


New framework on perusal of circulars for listed companies

BURSA Malaysia Securities Bhd will implement from Jan 3 a new framework for the perusal of circulars and other documents that lays the onus on listed companies and their advisers.


Govt urged to reduce stakes listed companies

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd has urged the Government to sell down its stakes in public-listed companies to increase the free float of those entities.


Get more women on board, public listed companies told

KUALA LUMPUR: Public listed companies in Malaysia will need to address gender diversity at the board level – lest they be named and shamed by the Government from next year.


China listed companies post 8.7% growth in H1 profit

SHANGHAI: Combined first-half profit of China's listed companies grew 8.66 percent from a year earlier, the official Shanghai Securities News reported on Monday.


EPF has large stakes in 146 listed companies

The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is without doubt the government-linked investment company (GLIC) with the deepest pockets, holding significant stakes in 146 Bursa Malaysia-listed companies worth between RM2.19mil and RM5.03bil each, according to I>Bloomberg/I>.

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Foreigners eye listed companies

FOREIGN investors are targeting listed companies in industries where the state formerly banned or restricted foreign investment or those with competitive edges in their respective sectors, which may ultimately cause a loss of state assets.


Investors concerned over why listed companies are being privatised

PETALING JAYA: The recent flurry of privatisations of listed companies is causing concern among investors who are struggling to fathom the reasons for this trend.