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KLSE : SYMLIFE       SYMPHONY LIFE BERHAD
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Change in Shareholding (Director)

Date Name Remark
02/12/2013 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Disposed in the open market
12/11/2013 Dato' Robert Teo Keng Tuan 1) The 500,000 free warrants were issued to him by Symphony Life Berhad (formerly known as Bolton Berhad) as Director of the Company. 2) Deemed interested by virtue of Section 6A of the Companies Act, 1965 for 2,756 warrants held by BHP Corp. Sdn. Bhd.
12/11/2013 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong 1) The 720,053 warrants were issued by Symphony Life Berhad (formerly known as Bolton Berhad) ("SymLife") on the basis of one (1) warrant for every four (4) existing ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in SymLife by the entitled shareholders on 7 November 2013, which includes 500,000 free warrants issued to him as Director of SymLife. 2) Deemed interested by virtue of Section 134(12)(c) of the Companies Act, 1965 for 30,236 warrants held by his spouse.
12/11/2013 Chin Jit Pyng 1) The 3,642,567 warrants were issued by Symphony Life Berhad (formerly known as Bolton Berhad) ("SymLife") on the basis of one (1) warrant for every four (4) existing ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in SymLife by the entitled shareholders on 7 November 2013, which includes 500,000 free warrants issued to him as Director of SymLife. 2) Deemed interested by virtue of Section 6A of the Companies Act, 1965 for 2,205,000 warrants held by Billion Inspiration Sdn. Bhd.
12/11/2013 Tan Sri Mohamed Azman bin Yahya 1) The 17,178,749 warrants were issued by Symphony Life Berhad (formerly known as Bolton Berhad) ("SymLife") on the basis of one (1) warrant for every four (4) existing ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in SymLife by the entitled shareholders on 7 November 2013, which includes 15,000,000 free warrants issued to him as Director of SymLife. 2) Deemed interested by virtue of Section 6A of the Companies Act, 1965 for 15,041,250 warrants held by Gajahrimau Capital Sdn. Bhd.
12/11/2013 Tan Sri Nik Mohamed bin Nik Yaacob The 500,000 free warrants were issued to him by Symphony Life Berhad (formerly known as Bolton Berhad) as Director of the Company.
12/11/2013 Lee Siew Choong The 500,000 free warrants were issued to him by Symphony Life Berhad (formerly known as Bolton Berhad) as Director of the Company.
30/10/2013 Tan Sri Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Distribution of share dividend on the basis of one (1) treasury share for every twenty (20) ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in the Company.
30/10/2013 Chin Jit Pyng Distribution of share dividend on the basis of one (1) treasury share for every twenty (20) ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in the Company.
30/10/2013 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Distribution of share dividend on the basis of one (1) treasury share for every twenty (20) ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in the Company.
30/10/2013 Dato' Robert Teo Keng Tuan Distribution of share dividend on the basis of one (1) treasury share for every twenty (20) ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in the Company.
31/07/2013 Tan Sri Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Acquired through open market
30/07/2013 Tan Sri Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Acquired through open market
29/07/2013 Tan Sri Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Acquired through open market
15/07/2013 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Disposed in the open market
23/07/2012 Chin Jit Pyng Distribution of share dividend on the basis of one (1) treasury share for every twenty (20) ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in the Company.
23/07/2012 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Distribution of share dividend on the basis of one (1) treasury share for every twenty (20) ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in the Company.
23/07/2012 Dato' Robert Teo Keng Tuan Distribution of share dividend on the basis of one (1) treasury share for every twenty (20) ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in the Company.
23/07/2012 Tan Sri Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Distribution of share dividend on the basis of one (1) treasury share for every twenty (20) ordinary shares of RM1.00 each held in the Company.
02/07/2012 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired in the open market
11/10/2011 Chin Jit Pyng Acquired in the open market
29/09/2011 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired in the open market
28/09/2011 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired in the open market
07/07/2011 Chin Jit Pyng Acquired via direct business transaction
06/07/2011 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired via direct business transaction
06/07/2011 Datuk Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Acquired via direct business transaction
27/06/2011 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired in the open market
18/04/2011 Datuk Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Acquired in the open market
22/07/2010 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Disposed in the open market
29/06/2010 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired in the open market
20/04/2010 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired in the open market
19/03/2010 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired in the open market
10/03/2010 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired in the open market
06/03/2009 Dato' Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Acquired via direct business transaction
10/02/2009 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired through open market
15/07/2008 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired through open market
02/07/2008 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired through open market
30/06/2008 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired through open market
24/06/2008 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired through open market
18/03/2008 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired through open market
11/03/2008 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired through open market
05/03/2008 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Acquired through open market
29/01/2008 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Disposed through open market
24/01/2008 Wing Kwong @ Chan Wing Kwong Disposed in the open market
28/09/2007 Dato' Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Direct business transactions through stockbroker
20/07/2007 Dato' Mohamed Azman bin Yahya Direct business transaction through a stockbroker.
18/04/2007 Lim Yen Haat Disposed in the open market
27/03/2007 Lim Yen Haat Disposed in the open market
15/03/2007 Tan Sri Dato' Lim Yan Hai Direct deals through stockbrokers
15/03/2007 Dato' Mohamed Azman bin Yahya 400,000 shares purchased through open market and balance purchases via direct business transactions

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kancs3118 more information can be found here...

http://www.symphony.com.my/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/AR2013-Part-1.pdf

from the Chairman's statement, it seems that SymLife will be holding shares in the enlarged new "Symphony group" ~ which is essentially RanHill's existing business in the oil and gas and utility industry. But then, the existing business of Symphony group (which is the BPO portion) will be sold off to Datuk Azman. This BPO business is not very profitable (and is loss making).

THe question now is where will Datuk Azman park this existing BPO business? At his personal capacity or at SymLife??? Hopefully, not at SymLife???

The reason why we should be concerned is because whatever happens to Symphony House will be reflected in SymLife's results as SymLife is holding more than 11% of Symphony House's shares.
22/03/2015 07:00
kancs3118 adui....why this people cannot be like Tambun/ Matrix.....just focus on building properties and selling them....and making money for the shareholders....? why so many patterns?
22/03/2015 07:00
JN88 Property and oil and gas ....walao big ambition....
22/03/2015 16:19
kancs3118 not really - what happens is that SymLife has exposure to Symphony via its 11% holdings of Symphony shares (pre-RTO). Hence, assuming if the RTO goes through - the enlarged Symphony group will have the power generation and water business (utility) and minus the oil and gas business of RanHill and minus the existing business process outsourcing. Hence, i think SymLife will be more like a passive investor of the enlarged Symphony group. Just sit down and collect dividend.

I am just afraid that if Symphony is not performing well, then SymLife will need to experience impairment losses (i.e.; impairment on the investments held by SymLife).

It appears that Datuk Azman Yahya and his gang will need to buy out the existing business of Symphony which is the corporate services valued at RM60,0M at his private capacity. According to news paper reports, this corporate service business is quite a stable business - albeit not much growth. Hopefully, Datuk Azman Yahya will not park this corporate service at SymLife but take it at his personal capacity.
22/03/2015 19:28
kancs3118 Sometimes, is it so bloody hard to run SymLife like the way Tambun and Matrix is being run? Just focus on developing properties, sell it off and make money for share holders and minus this and that sort of side business?

Frankly, abit disappointed with this counter.
22/03/2015 19:29
yoong been waiting since last year, this counter disappointed me
25/03/2015 15:10
goldisgold This counter has become sleepy hollow....
26/03/2015 21:42
Jolin Lai Chi Pet if u buy this stock, then u will become "simpati life" forever!!!!!!!!!!!!
26/03/2015 21:47
investor8888 be patience..friend..
26/03/2015 21:55
JN88 Simpati to Azman ....lol..
27/03/2015 10:37


 

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