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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #50 on: July 27, 2017, 12:27:00 PM »




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CIMB active and up 2.34%; among top gainers on bourse
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July 27, 2017 11:32 am MYT

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KUALA LUMPUR (July 27): Shares in CIMB Group Holdings Bhd were up by 2.34% this morning in active trade, following the recent newsflow surrounding the banking group.

At 11.03am, CIMB was up 15 sen to RM6.55, with 6.44 million shares traded.

CIMB had on July 24 announced its subsidiary Touch 'n Go had entered into an equity joint venture (JV) with Alipay, a subsidiary of Ant Financial Services Group, to launch a new e-wallet platform in Malaysia.

Earlier on July 19, the group said its 94.11%-owned unit CIMB Thai Bank PCL's second quarter net profit rose 794% to 356.64 million baht (about RM46.36 million) from a year earlier, as operating income rose on higher net interest income and foreign exchange transaction gains.

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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #51 on: July 28, 2017, 01:57:28 PM »




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July 28, 2017 12:13 pm MYT

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KUALA LUMPUR (July 28): CIMB Group Holdings Bhd rose as much as 14 sen or 2% on expectation the financial services provider will report better financials after its first quarter results improved from a year earlier.

According to an analyst, CIMB shares had been rallying on "increasing investor confidence", following the release of its first quarter results in May this year. CIMB is scheduled to announce its second quarter results next month (August).

Today, CIMB shares rose to their highest so far at RM6.73. At 11:49am, the stock pared gains at RM6.65, with some 12 million shares traded.

CIMB was Bursa Malaysia's eighth most active stock.

For its first quarter ended March 31, 2017, CIMB recorded a net profit of RM1.18 billion versus RM813.8 million. Revenue was higher at RM4.36 billion versus RM3.73 billion.

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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #52 on: August 24, 2017, 10:28:42 AM »



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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #53 on: August 28, 2017, 02:39:33 PM »




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CIMB 2Q net profit grows 26% to RM1.1b, pays 13 sen dividend
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August 28, 2017 14:11 pm MYT

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KUALA LUMPUR (Aug 28): CIMB Group Holdings Bhd’s net profit grew 26% to RM1.1 billion in the second quarter ended June 30, 2017 (2QFY17) from RM872.83 million a year earlier on higher net interest and Islamic banking income.

In a statement to Bursa Malaysia today, CIMB said group revenue rose to RM4.33 billion from RM3.9 billion.

CIMB said 1HFY17 net profit rose to RM2.28 billion from RM1.69 billion a year earlier while revenue came in higher at RM8.69 billion from RM7.63 billion.

"CIMB Group’s 1HFY17 operating income grew 13.9% Y-o-Y to RM8.69 billion largely driven by a 15.9% growth in non-interest income in line with better capital market activity. 1HFY17 net interest income rose 13.1% from loans growth and improved net interest margin.

"The group declared a first interim net dividend of 13 sen per share to be paid via cash or an optional dividend reinvestment scheme. The total interim dividend amounted to a payment of approximately RM1.18 billion, translating to a dividend payout ratio of 51.6% of 1HFY17 profits," CIMB said.

Looking ahead, CIMB said it was cautiously optimistic on 2HFY17 due to Malaysia and Indonesia's economic growth besides expectation of gradual improvement in Singapore and Thailand.

CIMB group chief executive Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Aziz said in a statement :“Even as we grow in our key markets, we will continue to focus on asset quality across all businesses."

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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #54 on: September 09, 2017, 09:00:09 AM »




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贷款成长预测下调 银行领域展望中和
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贷款成长预测下调 银行领域展望中和

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(吉隆坡8日讯)银行领域次季(截至6月30日止)的贷款成长虽然低于预期,惟各银行在次季成本控制得当,使得整体盈利成长高出预期,抵消了贷款成长放缓的利空,故分析员维持银行领域「中和」评级,仅下调今年的贷款成长及营运盈利成长预测。

马银行投行分析员將银行领域2017年的贷款成长预测从5.4%,下修至4.7%;同时,也下调今明2年银行领域的营运盈利成长预测,分別从6.9%和6.4%,调低至6.5%和5.9%。

惟,该分析员维持今明2年的净利成长预测,分別是12.1%和7.1%。

看好联昌 伊银行

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儘管分析员对银行领域维持「中和」评级,却看好联昌国际(CIMB,1023)和伊斯兰银行(BIMB,5258),所以给予「买进」评级,目標价分別是7.50令吉和5.10令吉。

不过,联昌国际週五承压,全日走跌2.17%或15仙,至6.76令吉。伊斯兰银行持平在4.40令吉。

根据各银行刚公佈的次季业绩,截至6月杪的贷款成长5.9%,远低于分析员的预期。截至今年3月杪的贷款成长高达8%。

惟,净利息赚幅(NIM)按年扩大10个基点,加上整体成本控制有效,使各银行次季的营运收入按年增长8%,並且营运盈利按年上涨10%。值得一提的是,银行次季的净利息赚幅仅按季下滑1个基点。

「多数银行均交出预期之內的业绩,其中丰隆银行(HLBANK,5819)的业绩令我们眼前一亮,主要是该银行的净利息赚幅高于预期。马银行(MAYBANK,1155,主板金融股)则是受到高信用成本拖累,使其业绩略低于市场预期。」

银行领域过去2个季度的净利息赚幅增长势头开始放慢,因此分析员不看好各银行能够维持目前的水平。惟,兴业银行和安联金融集团(AFG,2488)因为资金来源的多元化组合以及专注在更高收益的中小型企业贷款,使它们的净利息赚幅按季取得成长。

另外,次季的贷款损失拨备(Loan Loss Provision)按年下跌2%,並且马银行和兴业银行(RHBBANK,1066)因在今年次季少了沉重的Swiber公司债券损失拨备后,整体银行的核心净利按年急升22%,上半年核心净利也按年升17%。

分析员说,马银行、联昌国际和兴业银行在次季都取得双位数的核心净利成长。

此外,在经歷了连续7个月的停滯,费用收入(fee income)终于在次季按年上扬5%,尤其是大眾银行(PBBANK,1295),因为信託基金和股票行业务的贡献,该银行的费用收入按年增长14%。

然而,美中不足的是,次季的资產素质承受少许压力,除了安联金融集团,所有银行次季的总减值贷款(GIL)皆走高,次季的总减值贷款按年增长13%。

至于大马会计准则9(MFRS9)的影响,分析员认为各银行对MFRS9还是游刃有余,並未有任何银行需要注入额外的资本。

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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #55 on: September 20, 2017, 11:01:19 AM »




CIMB extends losses early Wednesday in active trade
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 Holdings Bhd’s share price fell to a low of RM6.22 early Wednesday – the lowest since July 17 this year on news Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) was divesting its entire stake.

At 9.32am, CIMB was down 17 sen to RM6.29. It was actively traded with 14.86 million  shares done.

The decline in CIMB’s shares weighed on the FBM KLCI, which fell 1.98 points or 0.11% to 1,774.68. Turnover was 298.45 million shares valued at RM201.41mil. There were 192  gainers, 176 losers and 245 counters unchanged.

StarBiz reported MUFG, a long-time shareholder in CIMB, was divesting its interest in the second-largest financial institution in Malaysia.

The Japanese banking group has offered to sell its entire 412.5 million shares in CIMB – held through Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd (BTMU) – at RM6.15 to RM6.30 apiece, according to sources.

The proposed selling price was a discount of 2.5%-5% to CIMB’s closing price of RM6.46 on Tuesday.

News of MUFG’s proposed exit could have been the main trigger for CIMB’s shares falling 23 sen yesterday, wiping out RM2.08bil in the counter’s market capitalisation.
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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #56 on: September 20, 2017, 02:21:51 PM »




CIMB confirms MUFG sold entire 412m shares for RM2.56b
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Group chief executive of CIMB Group Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz said: “We have had a mutually rewarding relationship over the last 40 years and whilst MUFG's capital priorities have necessitated this move, I am confident our relationship will remain strong.
Group chief executive of CIMB Group Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz said: “We have had a mutually rewarding relationship over the last 40 years and whilst MUFG's capital priorities have necessitated this move, I am confident our relationship will remain strong.

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 Holdings Bhd confirmed that Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group’s (MUFG) banking entity sold its entire 412 million CIMB shares

CIMB said on Wednesday that MUFG's unit, The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. (BTMU) had sold the 4.6% stake via an overnight block trade.

“The divestment was part of MUFG's strategic global master plan which included a review of its portfolio of existing investment in affiliates,” it said.

Bloomberg reported BTMU raised RM2.56bil (US$610mil) from the sale of the stake. It priced its sale of CIMB shares at RM6.20 apiece, below the midpoint of a marketed range, according to terms for the deal obtained by Bloomberg.

“It had offered 412.5 million shares at RM6.15 to RM6.30 each. The final sale price represents a 4% discount to CIMB’s Tuesday close,” it said.

The share sale is the largest block trade in Malaysia in local-currency terms in more than a decade, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Group chief executive of CIMB Group Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Tengku Abdul Aziz said: “We have had a mutually rewarding relationship over the last 40 years and whilst MUFG's capital priorities have necessitated this move, I am confident our relationship will remain strong.

“We will continue to be trusted business partners and look forward to further develop our collaboration in complementary areas."

MUFG’s CEO for Asia & Oceania, Takayoshi Futae, said: “As a global financial institution rooted in Asia, we have long been a committed partner to Malaysia’s growth.

“Over the years, our alliance with CIMB has deepened and we found ourselves collaborating broadly on areas ranging from Islamic finance and trade finance to infrastructure projects,” he said.

 This foundation of mutual respect and partnership will not change, and we will continue to explore further ways to grow in Malaysia with CIMB’s support, as well as to help them expand using MUFG’s global resources and network.”

MUFG’s capital investment in CIMB was made in various stages from 1974 onwards.

They said in a joint statement that notwithstanding the divestment, both MUFG and CIMB would maintain their current collaboration founded on a mutually beneficial 40-year partnership.



 
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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #57 on: October 17, 2017, 11:10:01 AM »




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October 17, 2017 09:46 am MYT

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KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 17): Owner Khazanah Nasional sells CIMB shares at RM6.13 apiece, the low end of its indicative range, according to terms for the deal obtained by Bloomberg.

* Price represents 1.8% discount to last close

* CIMB drops as much as 1.6%, lowest since May 24; YTD +36.6%

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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #58 on: November 20, 2017, 11:32:02 AM »




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November 20, 2017 10:52 am +08

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KUALA LUMPUR (Nov 20): UOB Kay Hian analyst Keith Wee upgraded the recommendation on CIMB Group Holdings Bhd to buy from hold with a target price of RM6.85.

The target is 2.3 percent below the consensus average of RM7.01. CIMB had 14 buy recommendations, 8 holds and 2 sells previously.

Investors who followed Wee's recommendation missed out on the 33 percent return on the shares in the year previously.

Analysts raised their consensus one-year target price for the stock by 4.1 percent in the past three months. Forecasts range from RM4.75 to RM8.

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Re: CIMB CIMB
« Reply #59 on: May 25, 2018, 07:47:55 PM »
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CIMB records RM920m gain from ownership realignment in asset management units
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May 25, 2018 15:52 pm +08

KUALA LUMPUR (May 25): CIMB Group Holdings Bhd has completed the realignment of ownership stakes with Principal Financial Group in its CIMB-Principal joint ventures (JVs) across Asean.

The exercise sees CIMB recording a gain of RM920 million and about 15-basis-point increase in its common equity Tier 1 ratio.

Principal has now increased its stake to 60% in both CIMB-Principal Asset Management Group and CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management, with CIMB holding the rest. CIMB previously had 60% ownership in CIMB-Principal Asset Management and 50% in CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management.

The JVs will continue to be co-managed by both companies.

"Asset management continues to be an integral part of our regional banking business and this shareholding realignment enables CIMB-Principal to have more scale and improved global investment expertise," said CIMB group chief executive officer Tengku Datuk Seri Zafrul Aziz in a statement today.

"We've been able to realise attractive gains from our strategic investment in CIMB-Principal and look forward to continue participating in the JV as a 40% shareholder," he added.

CIMB and Principal have partnered in the region since 2004 and have successfully grown their operations across Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand. The CIMB-Principal Asset Management group of companies has more than RM80 billion in assets under management and is one of the largest asset managers in the region.

At 3.25pm, CIMB shares were up 9 sen or 1.49% at RM6.14, with 11.81 million shares done, bringing a market capitalisation of RM57.51 billion.


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