Friday, 14 June 2013

CIMB ambik alih 58% unit perbankan SAN MIGUEL..??? - Sampai Bila Kerajaan Memperbodohkan Rakyat

Jumaat, 14 jun 2013
Apa HUKUM bila CIMB ambik alih 58% unit perbankan SAN MIGUEL..???

GEMPAR!!! Dengan ini dimaklumkan, saya akan menutup akaun yang masih aktif di CIMB di atas sebab pengisyhtiharaan ini.
Susahnya kita mengawal pendapatan yang bercampur syubhah pada harini akhirnya kita disusahkan lagi dengan pembelian saham Arak oleh CIMB. SOKONG atau BERSUBAHAT dengan arak(atau bersama2nya) hukumnya HARAM. Saya mengajak rakan2 lain untuk turut sama mengambil tindakan. Di Malaysia masih lagi ade bank2 islam walaupun tak 100% syarie tapi sekurang2nya itulah ikhtiar kita untuk menjaga darah daging keturunan kita dari syubhah.

Kepada kawan2 di CIMB yang saya dah puluhan tahun berurusan dengan kalian, rujuklah para ulamak muktabar atas isu ini. Wallahua'lam... -Arabic

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https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/business/2013/06/13/cimb-san-miguel-still-in-talks-over-boc-deal/
Posted by Kedah Lanie at 10:00 PM
CIMB-San Miguel still in talks over BoC deal
June 13, 2013






KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Group Holdings Bhd CEO Datuk Seri Nazir Razak said the company is still negotiating a deal with San Miguel Corp on the acquisition of a stake in Bank of Commerce (BoC), Philippines.
Nazir said both parties are at “the peak” of negotiations on the proposed transaction. “There is a progress, but we are still in negotiations. These are complicated negotiations and I would say we are at the advanced stage and making progress,” Nazir told the press after CIMB Fusion signing ceremony in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
Nazir said the deal is expected to be sealed “soon” with a positive result in favour to CIMB, saying that the negotiators are looking at a time frame of about 30 days to close the deal.
Nazir was commenting on news that CIMB Group will pay nearly US$300 million (RM939 million) to buy a 58% stake in San Miguel’s banking unit.
The deal involving San Miguel’s unlisted unit, BoC, which has assets worth more than US$2 billion, paving the way for CIMB’s entry into the Philippines as part of the Malaysian banking group’s South- East Asia expansion drive.
Meanwhile, on the CIMB Fusion programme, Nazir said he targets to increase the entry level of students in the programme to 50% in the next three years.
“For the pioneering batch starter in September last year it is one-third from the total 22 graduates and we are looking to recruit a further 30 by yearend,” he said.
CIMB group corporate resources head Hamidah Naziadin said that the programme has a retention rate of 100%. “This is an innovation that breaks conventions in recruitment, talent development and cooperation among employers,” she said, adding that CIMB Fusion will consider collaborating with other potential companies and corporate organisations as part of their programme advancement.
CIMB Fusion, a part of the group’s corporate social responsibility initiated in 2012, enables fresh graduates from different disciplines to sign up with CIMB and another worldclass employer, for a two to four-year period.
It is initiated in collaborations with six partners namely Price Waterhouse Coopers, Hewlett-Packard (M) Sdn Bhd, Teach for Malaysia, DraftFCB Sdn Bhd, Accenture Solutions Sdn Bhd and ZICOlaw.
The signing was also witnessed by trustee of Teach for Malaysia Tunku Besar Seri Menanti Tunku Ali Redhauddin Tuanku Muhriz, Nazir and TalentCorp Malaysia CEO Johan Mahmood Merican.
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