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Friday, Aug 30, 2013
MARC today lowered its long-term Islamic debt ratings on UMW Holdings Berhad’s (UMW) RM300 million Islamic Commercial Paper/Islamic Medium Term Notes (ICP/IMTN) Programme to AA+ID from AAAID. The rating agency also affirmed its short-term rating on the programme at MARC-1ID. MARC subsequently withdrew all ratings on UMW at its request. The outlook was stable at the time of the withdrawal. MA...

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Thursday, May 16, 2013
MARC has withdrawn its MARC-1ID/AAAID rating on UMW Holdings Berhad’s (UMW) RM500 million Islamic Medium Term Notes (IMTN) programme, which is one of the two Islamic debt programmes of the investment holding company that are rated by MARC. The withdrawal follows the full redemption of the outstanding RM500 million notes under the IMTN programme on May 9, 2013 from part proceeds of a new issu...

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Tuesday, Sep 04, 2012
MARC has affirmed its short-term and long-term Islamic debt ratings of MARC-1ID/AAAID on UMW Holdings Berhad (UMW) with a stable outlook. The rating actions affect RM800 million of outstanding notes issued under the investment holding company's RM300 million Islamic Commercial Paper/Islamic Medium Term Notes (ICP/IMTN) Programme and RM500 million IMTN Programme. The affirmed ratings and outlook re...

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Friday, Nov 11, 2011
MARC has withdrawn its rating of MARC-2ID on MM Vitaoils Sdn Bhd’s (MMV) RM45.0 million Murabahah Commercial Paper (MCP) Programme with immediate effect. The rating withdrawal follows the full redemption of outstanding notes under the programme on October 28, 2011 and the cancellation of the programme as confirmed by the facility agent. Contacts: Sabesh Parameswaran, +603-2082 2260/ sabesh@m...

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Tuesday, Jul 19, 2011
MARC affirmed its short-term and long-term Islamic debt ratings of MARC-1ID/AAAID on UMW Holdings Berhad (UMW) and maintained its stable outlook on the ratings. The rating actions affect RM610 million of outstanding notes issued under the investment holding company's RM300 million Islamic Commercial Paper/Islamic Medium Term Notes (ICP/IMTN) Programme and RM500 million Islamic Medium Term Notes (I...

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Thursday, Mar 24, 2011
MARC has withdrawn its ratings of MARC-1ID/AID on Tomei Consolidated Berhad’s (Tomei) RM100 million Islamic Commercial Paper/Medium Term Notes (CP/MTN) Programme with immediate effect. The rating withdrawal follows the early redemption of outstanding notes on March 18, 2011 and cancellation of the facility, as confirmed by Maybank Investment Bank Berhad, the facility agent. MARC will ac...

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Wednesday, Sep 08, 2010
MARC has affirmed its MARC-2ID rating on MM Vitaoils Sdn Bhd’s (MMV) RM45.0 million Murabahah Commercial Paper (MCP) Programme and maintained a negative outlook on the rating. The negative outlook reflects continued concerns over insufficient operating cash flows to support the build-up of MMV’s sinking fund from August 2011 onwards to meet its first CP redemption of RM20.25 million du...

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Tuesday, Aug 17, 2010
MARC has withdrawn Hytex Integrated Berhad’s (Hytex) ratings of MARC-4ID/B+ID for business reasons. MARC’s last rating action was on July 28, 2010 when the notes were downgraded from MARC-3ID/BBB-ID to MARC-4ID/B+ID. As such, MARC will no longer provide analytical coverage on the MUNIF/IMTN facility which Hytex is currently restructuring.Contacts: Jason Kok, 03-2090 2258/ jason@marc.co...

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Friday, Aug 13, 2010
MARC has affirmed its AAA rating on Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited’s (OCBC) redeemable subordinated bonds of up to RM2.5 billion. The rating affirmation takes into account OCBC’s established financial services franchise in Singapore and Malaysia, its strong capitalisation, diversified sources of income and improved risk management procedures. MARC did not notch down the ra...

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Wednesday, Jul 28, 2010
MARC has downgraded its ratings on Hytex Integrated Berhad’s (Hytex) RM100.0 Million Murabahah Underwritten Notes Issuance Facility/ Islamic Medium Term Notes (MUNIF/IMTN) to MARC-4ID/B+ID from MARC-3ID / BBB-ID. Its rating outlook has been revised to negative from developing. The rating action follows Hytex’s partial deferment of an interest payment on a collateralised loan obligation...

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