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AMMB Holdings Bhd (AMMB.KL)

AMMB.KL on Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange

4.98MYR
23 Jun 2017
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Fri, Jun 2 2017

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Doubts over merger drag on stocks of Malaysian lenders RHB and AmBank

KUALA LUMPUR Shares of RHB Bank and AMMB Holdings (AmBank) fell on Friday on concerns that a potential merger between the two lenders in Malaysia's biggest ever banking deal would create little value for investors.

Doubts over merger drag on stocks of Malaysian lenders RHB and AmBank

* RHB tells analysts offer to be similar to current valuation

Malaysia's RHB, AmBank in merger talks to form bank worth $9 billion

KUALA LUMPUR Malaysia's RHB Bank and AMMB Holdings (AmBank) are starting merger talks to form a group worth about $9 billion, in what is likely to be the nation's biggest banking deal.

UPDATE 2-Malaysia's RHB, AmBank in merger talks to form bank worth $9 bln

* Banks say receive nod from central bank to begin merger talks

Malaysian lenders RHB, AmBank say to begin merger talks

KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 Malaysia's RHB Bank Bhd and AMMB Holdings Bhd (AmBank) said on Thursday they will begin merger talks, in what could be Malaysia's biggest banking deal.

BRIEF-AMMB Holdings receives cenbank approval for to commence merger negotiations with RHB Bank

* Receives approval from Bank Negara Malaysia for AMMB to commence negotiations with RHB Bank Berhad for a possible merger of their businesses‍​

UPDATE 1-Malaysia's RHB, AmBank to begin merger talks - sources

* Banks receive central bank nod to commence talks - sources (Adds details of potential merger, background)

Malaysia's RHB, AmBank to begin merger talks - sources

KUALA LUMPUR, May 31 RHB Bank Bhd and AMMB Holdings Bhd (AmBank) will begin merger talks to create one of Malaysia's biggest lenders, two sources familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

BRIEF-AMMB reports qtrly net profit attributable of 335.8 mln RGT

* Qtrly net profit attributable 335.8 million RGT versus 280 million RGT

BRIEF-AMMB Holdings announces resignation of Mandy Jean Simpson as chief financial officer

* Jamie Ling will assume the role of group chief financial officer with effect from 1 June 2017

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