Bursa Malaysia

EPF

Since March 2010, EPF reveal its top 30 equity investments in Bursa Malaysia on quarterly basis. The aim for this is to promote greater transparency and to reassure members that investment undertaken are in the best interest of growing their retirement savings and in accordance to best practices in investment and governance.

The table below shows quarter 3 2010 Top 30 Equity Investments in companies listed on Bursa Malaysia as of 30th September 2010.

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petronas

When Petronas Chemicals Group (PCG) will make its debut on Bursa Malaysia on 26th November 2010, collectively Petronas group will account for over 10 per cent of Bursa Malaysia’s total market capitalisation and over 16 per cent of the FBM KLCI.

PCG debut on Bursa Malysia is the second initial public offering (IPO) by Petroliam Nasional Bhd this year. Last October, Petronas Rig builder, Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Bhd (MHB), made its debut on Bursa Malaysia, jumped 19 per cent to RM4.51 in its first trading day.

With the inclusion of the PCG’s IPO and MHB, Petronas will have six companies listed on Bursa Malaysia, with a total market capitalisation of RM124 billion. The other four companies are MISC Bhd, Petronas Dagangan Bhd, Petronas Gas Bhd and KLCC Property Holdings Bhd

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bursa malaysia

The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC), Bank Negara Malaysia and Bursa Malaysia recently introduced the Electronic Share Payment facility (e-share) for share transactions.

e-Share Payment is a service provided by all stockbrokers to pay the share sales proceeds directly into your bank account as well as providing an option for you to initiate payment for share purchases via electronic fund transfers. e-Share Payment eliminates the need to bank-in the cheques received from the sale of shares and also enable you to make online payments anytime from the comfort of your home.

Similar to eDividend launched in April this year, one of the main objectives of implementing e-Share Payment is to promote greater efficiency of the payment system which is aligned to the national agenda of migrating to electronic payment.

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