Tan Sri Halim Saad

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28 documents for Tan Sri Halim Saad
  • AS the ambitious plan to turn Malaysia into a high-income nation gets into gear, certain personalities, both government and corporate, will be keenly watched for their ability to shape things. Who are they? MALAYSIA prepares to enter a promising new era with the launch of the concluding part of the National Economic Advisory Council's New Economic Model (NEM).

    ... former Renong Bhd chieftain Tan Sri Halim Saad in his latest corporate moves. We look at ...

  • KFC Holdings has been rejecting a couple of suitors of late. Could this be due to its foray into India and the huge market potential there? THE ability to spurn suitors means that the sweetheart must indeed be very sweet, or in the case of KFC Holdings (M) Bhd (KFC), sweet and finger-licking tasty too. That's what happened when ultimate parent, Johor Corp Bhd (JCorp), through Kulim (M) Bhd (Kulim), rejected three bids to take over its stakes in QSR Brands Bhd (QSR), of which the prized target was KFC. JCorp's stakes in QSR and KFC are held through its 53%-owned subsidiary Kulim. Kulim owns 57.5% in QSR, which in turn owns 50.6% of KFC.

    ... by Idaman Saga Sdn Bhd (owned by Tan Sri Halim Saad), KUB Malaysia Bhd (KUB) and CVC Capital ...

  • AS the country moves towards reducing dependence on foreign direct investment and encouraging more domestic direct investment, it is timely for the government to offer similar perks and incentives that were once offered to foreign investors to local companies, says former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. What is being done about this? WHILE SURFING THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE OF the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) for information on his private office, I came across a three- month-old Bernama report quoting former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad making a suggestion that the government should provide perks to local companies under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP).

    ... original owner of the expressway, Tan Sri Halim Saad. Thus, selling or transferring PLUS to the ...

  • While it cannot be denied that government-linked companies have an important role to play in economic capacity building, their internal workings should not face excessive interference from the government as this will limit their growth. IRRESPECTIVE of what argument the respondents in the Sime Darby Bhd civil suit put forward, I have all along maintained that the board of directors of the conglomerate should also be held responsible and accountable.

    ... rejected an offer by tycoon Tan Sri Abdul Halim Saad to buy its fast-food business. In rejecting ...

  • While it cannot be denied that government-linked companies have an important role to play in economic capacity building, their internal workings should not face excessive interference from the government as this will limit their growth. IRRESPECTIVE of what argument the respondents in the Sime Darby Bhd civil suit put forward, I have all along maintained that the board of directors of the conglomerate should also be held responsible and accountable.

    ... rejected an offer by tycoon Tan Sri Abdul Halim Saad to buy its fast-food business. In rejecting ...

  • WhEN the UEM Group and EPF complete their acquisition of PLUS Expressways Bhd (PLUS), the revised concession agreements and concession assets of the five expressways will be placed under a new company to be called Projek Lebuhraya Usahasama Bhd (PLUS). The latter will be a wholly owned subsidiary of PLUS Malaysia Sdn Bhd, an investment vehicle in which the UEM Group will own a 51% stake and EPF, 49%. The government will have a `golden share' in PLUS to preserve its rights in strategic matters involving the country's national infrastructure projects. The highway operator's overseas businesses in Indonesia and India, meanwhile, will be parked under the stewardship of the UEM Group.

    ... is said to be linked to businessman Tan Sri Halim Saad, had made a bid to take over all the ...

  • TAN Sri Muhammad Ali Hashim's shock exit from Johor Corp, one of the most successful state corporations in the country, has led to a lot of speculation as to what exactly is happening in the company. WEIRD THINGS, IF YOU ASK some quarters, have been happening to Johor Corp of late. But the state's senior executives, if they are asked, might say this is part of the company's restructuring.

    ... by Idaman Saga Sdn Bhd (owned by Tan Sri Halim Saad), KUB Malaysia Bhd and CVC Capital Partners. ...

  • Is the much-vaunted UEM Land Bhd takeover of Sunrise Bhd all that it is cracked up to be? Stories by Abdul Razak Chik AS takeovers go, the UEM Land Holdings Bhd offer for property developer Sunrise Bhd is no different from those of others that seek to leverage on synergies and joint expertise to achieve greater growth. UEM Land has lots of land while Sunrise is a byword for high-end condominiums and innovative commercial developments. A merger between such entities would surely result in a dream team.

    ... Renong Bhd under the stewardship of Tan Sri Halim Saad. It was awarded to the builder of the ...

  • THE sale of PLUS to a UEM-EPF special purpose vehicle for RM23 billion with little information forthcoming has raised eyebrows. This is understandable, as there are concerns that the life savings of EPF members are being used to subsidise the highway concessionaire's operations. ASAS SERBA SDN BHD AND MMC CORPORATION Bhd could be kicking themselves in the rear. There's no doubt that their takeover bids of the toll highway concessions and the UEM Group, respectively, have triggered the sale of PLUS Expressways Bhd to the UEM-Employees' Provident Fund (EPF) joint- venture.

    ... they were taken back from Tan Sri Abdul Halim Saad in 2001. Further to my comment in this ...

  • THIS YEAR'S COVER FEATURING our survey of Top-100 listed companies reveals an interesting fact. While combined revenue registered a marginal increase, combined profits have rebounded by close to 36%, indicating that the corporate sector is on the road to recovery, albeit in the early stages. Still, there were some companies that bucked the trend to register robust growth numbers. Read who they are. The research was done by Editorial Executive Norasyida Abdul Rahim, who had to sieve through hundreds of companies, while News Editor Gurmeet Kaur analysed the data. Like in previous years, we include sub-listings on highest turnover and highest profit, biggest change in net profit, highest return on revenue, assets and equity.

    ... writes on the possibility of tycoon Tan Sri Halim Saad taking legal action against Khazanah ...

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