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Kenanga Investment: MBSB to Remain Conservative Post-Merger

Ahmad Ramzani Ramli, Senior Analyst, Kenanga Investment Bank

21-Jun-17 09:15

Kenanga Investment: MBSB to Remain Conservative Post-Merger

With the MBSB-AFB merger pending Bank Negara's approval, Kenanga Investment believes this move would accelerate Malaysia Building Society's attempts to gain a banking license. Ahmad Ramzani also comments on the broader consolidation agenda in the Malaysian banking sector.

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Tags:  mergerMBSBMalaysia Building SocietyAFBAsian Finance BankBNMBank NegaraMalaysiacentral bankconsolidationlicenseBank MuamalatCIMBRHBAmBankBasel IIIprice to book valueMalaysia Building Society BerhadBank Negara Malaysia

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