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12-Oct-2017 06-Dec-2017 22-Dec-2017 DIVIDEND Final Dividend RM 0.0125 Dividend Detail
05-Oct-2016 28-Nov-2016 15-Dec-2016 DIVIDEND Final Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
29-Oct-2015 11-Dec-2015 31-Dec-2015 DIVIDEND Final Dividend 5.0000% Dividend Detail
28-Oct-2014 27-Nov-2014 22-Dec-2014 DIVIDEND Final Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
07-Jul-2014 18-Jul-2014 22-Jul-2014 STOCK_SPLIT Others 2 : 1 Dividend Detail
07-Jul-2014 18-Jul-2014 22-Jul-2014 BONUS_ISSUE Bonus Issue 1 : 1 Dividend Detail
28-Oct-2013 22-Nov-2013 06-Dec-2013 DIVIDEND Final Dividend 10% Dividend Detail
16-Nov-2012 17-Dec-2012 28-Dec-2012 DIVIDEND Final Dividend 10% Dividend Detail
16-Nov-2011 15-Dec-2011 29-Dec-2011 DIVIDEND Final Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
31-May-2011 13-Jun-2011 23-Jun-2011 DIVIDEND Interim Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
10-Nov-2010 13-Dec-2010 23-Dec-2010 DIVIDEND Final Dividend 4% Dividend Detail
10-Nov-2010 13-Dec-2010 23-Dec-2010 DIVIDEND Final Dividend 1% Dividend Detail
15-Jul-2010 29-Jul-2010 18-Aug-2010 DIVIDEND Interim Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
02-Nov-2009 01-Dec-2009 16-Dec-2009 DIVIDEND Special Dividend 3% Dividend Detail
02-Nov-2009 01-Dec-2009 16-Dec-2009 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
30-Oct-2008 16-Dec-2008 02-Jan-2009 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
30-Oct-2008 16-Dec-2008 02-Jan-2009 DIVIDEND Special Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
12-Nov-2007 10-Dec-2007 28-Dec-2007 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 6% Dividend Detail
04-Apr-2007 18-Apr-2007 20-Apr-2007 BONUS_ISSUE Bonus Issue 1 : 2 Dividend Detail
04-Apr-2007 18-Apr-2007 20-Apr-2007 STOCK_SPLIT Others 2 : 1 Dividend Detail
13-Nov-2006 27-Dec-2006 22-Jan-2007 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 10% Dividend Detail
08-Dec-2005 28-Dec-2005 18-Jan-2006 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 10% Dividend Detail
14-Mar-2005 29-Mar-2005 31-Mar-2005 RIGHTS_ISSUE Rights Issue 1 : 2 Dividend Detail
24-Nov-2004 29-Dec-2004 19-Jan-2005 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
20-Nov-2003 27-Jan-2004 28-Feb-2004 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
24-Dec-2002 28-Jan-2003 28-Feb-2003 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
03-Dec-2001 27-Dec-2001 28-Feb-2002 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 5% Dividend Detail
27-Oct-2000 05-Dec-2000 08-Jan-2001 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 3% Dividend Detail
20-Nov-1999 23-Nov-1999 28-Dec-1999 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1% Dividend Detail
07-Oct-1999 29-Oct-1999 04-Nov-1999 RIGHTS_ISSUE Rights Issue 2 : 3 Dividend Detail
23-Sep-1999 24-Nov-1999 28-Dec-1999 DIVIDEND First and Final Dividend 1% Dividend Detail
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Hk Wong no body know anything can happen. consumer is still weak.
28/08/2017 10:54
beach relaxing mode heheheheheh

open eyes big big and watch
28/08/2017 11:10
Hk Wong KUALA LUMPUR: Bonia Corp Bhd has had a good run in its share price in the past one year. From having traded at just RM1.90 a year ago, the counter had risen 186% to close at RM5.50 last Friday, giving it a market capitalisation of RM1.1 billion.

A major reason for this rise apart from the group’s internal consolidation process which has improved profit margins is said to be the increased level of institutional shareholdings in the company.

Currently, institutional shareholdings in Bonia stand at 40% compared with an estimated 15% to 20% a year ago. For instance, Milingtonia Ltd has emerged as one of the substantial shareholders of Bonia in August 2013, and currently holds a 7.25% stake in the group. Milingtonia is said to be linked with Creador Group, a long-term private equity firm focused on growth-orientated businesses and currently holds a 7.25% stake in the group.

Group finance director Chong Chin Look told The Edge Financial Daily that Creador is deemed a strategic investor as it has introduced Bonia to the management of several shopping complexes in Indonesia, and has also assisted in the market survey of Bonia’s branding in Indonesia.

The institutional shareholdings in Bonia are also more diverse compared with several years ago, considering that Permodalan Nasional Bhd (PNB) once held a dominant 32.99% stake in the retail group in June 2011. PNB has now ceased to be a shareholder of Bonia, having divested its stake gradually to other institutional funds including Creador.

Moving forward, Datuk Albert Chiang, group managing director of Bonia, said the group is open to strategic partnerships but cautious in picking the right partner.

“We’ve always open to strategic alliances [as we look] for synergies that can propel us further, beyond…Southeast Asia, such as China or even the Middle East eventually,” said Chiang.

He said Bonia has been approached by a few parties, be it for a strategic alliance or a stake in Bonia, but the group has yet to make any decisions.

The Chiang family, through Bonia Holdings Sdn Bhd, Freeway Team Sdn Bhd, and family members, collectively own half of the group. Should the group find a suitable partner, the family may have to divest part of its stake.

CIMB Research has an “add” call on the stock with a target price of RM8.11, while AmResearch has a “buy” call on the stock with a fair value of RM5.40.

Bonia moves forward with strength
Group on the right track to improve net margins to 12% from 7%.

Bonia Corp Bhd is not resting on its laurels after reporting better first-half results, with margins improving considerably as a result of the group’s internal consolidation exercise over the past two years.

In an interview with The Edge Financial Daily last week, group managing director Datuk Albert Chiang said Bonia is positive in keeping up with its earnings trajectory and is on the right track in terms of its branding and pricing strategy.

“There are a lot more things which could [still] be done we look towards the long term and expand. We haven’t maximised our potential,” said Chiang.

For one, Chiang said the group is upbeat on the prospects from Asean, particularly Indonesia and Vietnam. Excluding Malaysia and Singapore, sales from Asean contributed 5.8% to group revenue for the first six months ended Dec 31, 2013 of financial year 2014 (6MFY14). Indonesia accounted for 3% of that figure.

“Indonesia itself will keep us busy for another five to eight years to come, or even 10 years, as long as their political stability is there,” Chiang said, adding that sales turnover from Indonesia has been increasing 30% year-on-year (y-o-y).

Management expects its overseas revenue contribution (outside of Malaysia and Singapore), which includes Asean, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan and Japan, to increase to 10%, from 7.6% currently. Malaysia and Singapore accounted for the bulk of the group’s revenue at 92.4%.

To put “goals” in perspective, Chiang said the group should be able to have double-digit revenue growth for FY14 ending June.

“The group also has a vision to achieve 12% in profit after tax (PAT) margin by FY15/FY16,” said Chiang, though he admitted that this is more possible to achieve than the vision of hitting RM1 billion in turnover by FY15 – as crafted in the group’s “Vision 2015”.

For 6MYF14, Bonia’s net margin stood at 9.4%, as it reported a net profit of RM33.2 million on RM354.7 million in revenue. In FY13, net profit came in at RM41.15 million on revenue of RM632.33 million, indicating a net margin of 6.5%.

“All the measures that we are embruing on now are to improve our margins. Through the consolidation exercise [of] over counter and boutique operations, we strive for quality sales [to] enhance the power and perception of our branding,” said Chiang.

Bonia’s consignment business segment operates 1,027 counters and contributes 50% to group revenue. The boutique segment operates 164 boutiques, but contributes 36% to group revenue. Export/outright segment contributes
28/08/2017 15:15
Hk Wong Bonia August 29 qtr result
28/08/2017 15:45
Banana John the profit margin and revenue getting low and lower. a bit high risk to invest if management dont have new direction
28/08/2017 21:20
chickenrice99 TP:0.50cents all in dividend yield 10% buy buy buy
30/08/2017 15:28
chickenrice99 Google的alpabet以超过1200%的价格购买了Bonia。立即出售
30/08/2017 15:32
Hafid Good result
30/08/2017 19:56
wusichen Bonia QR 7.68M +86%
30/08/2017 20:08
apolloang congrat datuk calvin, good results from bonia
30/08/2017 21:14
WiseEye Good job to those that bought bonia at it's lows. We'll head to RM1 soon, stronger than before
31/08/2017 14:10
Jolin Lai Chi Pet I also wear Bonia brand. very good quality...............I love bonia. I will buy more on next week
31/08/2017 16:52
Justice Bao REVENUE 153,385,000.00 EARN 7,680,000.00 for the financial period ended 30.6.2017. Not bad hoping Bonia to go up soon.
31/08/2017 22:49
WiseEye Will this be another Padini? Just look at how the owners keep buying Bonia many months before the results were released all the way until it was released.

They already knew the results were good and will only get better. The price now is almost all time low, hopefully I can still collect more next week.
02/09/2017 09:58
BigPro When QR showed good, price automatically moving up... hope soon will back to above RM1.
05/09/2017 13:50
GGecko sterling performance today despite gloomy market outlook.. well done!
05/09/2017 15:15
calvintaneng CUTLOST?

What name is this?


05/09/2017 15:30
Baharuddin Ishak Bonia Corp Bhd's 4QFY17 net profit jumped 103.2% Y.o.Y to RM7.7 mln on improvements in gross profit margin and lower fair value adjustments on investment properties. Revenue for the quarter, however, dropped 4.0% Y.o.Y to RM153.4 mln.
For FY17, cumulative net profit gained 30.2% Y.o.Y to RM31.7 mln. Revenue for the year, however, fell 8.5% Y.o.Y to RM613.2 mln. (The Edge Daily)
05/09/2017 16:01
BigPro Nice closing,,, 2 days green and this will continue in next 2 to 3 weeks.
06/09/2017 17:44
chickenrice99 sell car, sell house, sell wive BUY BONIA!! Padini combine Bonia (4.25 + 0.62) = TP:4.87!!
07/09/2017 08:00
Justice Bao Bonia high profit margin. Worthy of investment.
07/09/2017 20:23
calvintaneng Bonia?



The 2nd Padini

08/09/2017 02:26
posby http://www.thestar.com.my/business/business-news/2017/09/09/bonia-shows-signs-of-improvement
10/09/2017 15:58
Seek Good one, Calvin. The continuous buy in by the major shareholders was a good indicator of a safe buy!
10/09/2017 20:00
3iii Major shareholders bought significant amounts of shares below 58 sen.

This company is generating good cash flow yields.

Has shown increasing profits over the last 3 quarters.

Management has focus on the bottom line, chopping off the loss making and less profitable entities.
11/09/2017 09:37
calvintaneng bonia = bagus nia
11/09/2017 14:28
posby buy @ director price..no worries.....haha....gogogo...0.75 in the making..
11/09/2017 15:58
Erie Tmrw continue up until reach .75..nice
11/09/2017 16:38
BigPro Nice closing.... will continue up trend.
12/09/2017 17:29
bichrome84 Tp 1.00
12/09/2017 23:53
BigPro Profit taking... It will go up.. Buy when it still low...
13/09/2017 12:23
Hk Wong i think with the creador in Bonia, shall be good
13/09/2017 16:15
CUTLOST chances to buy back at 61.0 after unloaded at 65.5
19/09/2017 16:55
apolloang aiya still 63cts....tell me when is 55cts I will buy
19/09/2017 16:58
SmartyAlek someome is collecting
26/09/2017 13:05
Hk Wong Bonia starting to look attractive
Esther Lee
The Edge Malaysia

September 27, 2017 15:00 pm MYT

This article first appeared in The Edge Malaysia Weekly, on September 18, 2017 - September 24, 2017.
SHARES in Bonia Corp Bhd rose with renewed vigour after the fashion retailer reported better-than-expected fourth-quarter results on Aug 30. Between then and Sept 12, the stock rose 17.7% to 66.5 sen.

Bonia’s net profit for the fourth quarter ended June 30 doubled to RM7.68 million from the previous corresponding period, which saw the group close FY2017 with a year-on-year earnings growth of 30.2% to RM31.73 million.

The group attributed its improved bottom line to the higher gross profit margin it achieved during the year, thanks to its continuous effort to control operating costs.

This was despite revenue slipping 4% year on year to RM153.39 million as the group consolidated its non-performing outlets and consignment counters.

The marked improvement in its net profit prompted AmInvestment Bank Research and CIMB Investment Bank Research to upgrade their recommendation on the stock to “buy” from “hold”. Affin Hwang Investment Bank Research maintained its “hold” call on the counter.

As Bonia turns the corner, its stock could start looking attractive to investors, given its comparatively cheaper valuations.

At 64 sen last Thursday, Bonia was trading at a trailing 12-month price-earnings ratio of 16.28 times — below that of its peers Padini Holdings Bhd (19.02 times), Hai-O Enterprise Bhd (27.35 times) and AEON Co. (M) Bhd (36.2 times). Parkson Holdings Bhd is loss-making.

The fashion retailer has been through some difficult times in recent years with the ringgit weakening against the US dollar and driving up the cost of goods, and the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax hurting consumer sentiment.

However, a change in strategy this year and less volatile foreign exchange rates seem to have helped Bonia regain its footing.

The company has been consolidating its operations by shutting down non-performing stores and consignment counters. AmInvestment estimates that Bonia has closed 22% of its consignment counters, leaving only 984 counters open as at 4QFY2017.

Also, instead of offering bigger discounts to drive sales as it did in the previous financial year, Bonia has been adjusting its pricing strategy by introducing higher-margin products and reducing the discounts, especially for its upmarket brands Bonia and Braun Büffel.

AmInvestment highlights in a research note that the company’s gross margin for FY2017 improved by 3.5 percentage points to 58.6% on the back of higher average selling prices (ASPs).

“Recall that margins contracted to a multi-year low in FY2016 (55%) from an average of 61%, off the back of higher US dollar-led input costs. Given the stability of foreign exchange rates, there may be an upside for margins should management raise ASPs further in FY2018.

“Apart from that, we expect the cost-savings associated with the closure of 22% of its consignment stores to trickle down to its earnings before interest and taxes (Ebit) margins going into FY2018,” says the research house.

CIMB opines that the better earnings are also a result of better cost control and lower advertising and promotional expenses during the year.

The research house says the highlight of FY2017 is the growth of Bonia’s Indonesian business, which it believes is becoming a significant contributor to the group’s sales and earnings.

According to Bonia’s 2016 annual report, Indonesia contributed 2.9% to the group’s revenue in FY2016. CIMB estimates this to have grown to 6.3% in FY2017. “This is mostly because of the opening of additional Braun Büffel boutiques and 23 counters in Indonesia in September last year,” it says.

While analysts appear optimistic about Bonia’s prospects going forward, the group is a bit more conservative. In its 4QFY2017 results announcement, the group says it expects prospects to remain challenging going forward, given the uncertain economic outlook.

“With the continued increase in imported merchandise cost due to the weakened ringgit, the group will continue to monitor its operating cost and cautiously adjust its selling price to cope with the rising cost of operation.”

Bonia adds that it will also continue to consolidate its business by closing down non-performing outlets and strive to improve its gross margins. At the same time, it plans to develop and strengthen its markets in Indonesia, Vietnam and some of the Middle Eastern countries.

Though the group remains cautious, there is some good news for it.

The Consumer Sentiments Index inched up to 80.7 points in 2Q2017, rising for the third consecutive quarter, although it is still below the 100-point threshold.

At the same time, July’s Volume Index of Wholesale and Retail Trade — a key indicator of real private consumption — maintained its double-digit pace, growing 12.9% year on year for the fourth straight month, according
02/10/2017 16:10
SmartyAlek next stop 66c
03/10/2017 12:17
SmartyAlek got buy got hope
03/10/2017 12:19
SmartyAlek try to buy till 66c today
03/10/2017 13:21
Seek Wow, another Calvin pick?
03/10/2017 15:35
BigPro nice closing,,,
03/10/2017 17:24
calvintaneng VERY GOOD!!
03/10/2017 19:29
michaelgoh Still flying , good news coming?
04/10/2017 13:14
getonwithit Dividend announcement due soon right? 1 sen or something like that usually
04/10/2017 13:31
ksng0307 cup with handle, sure fly
04/10/2017 15:18
BigPro Dividen announcement
12/10/2017 18:48
Tze Xin Tze Yiu Good divided ?
13/10/2017 09:30
BigPro 1.25 Cent or RM0.0125 Consider reasonable...
13/10/2017 10:28
leslieroycarter Comparable to padini....if calculated based on stock price n its multiple of 7 which will equate to padini . Since it’s PE is 16 but padini PE closing to 20 . Bonia is a better bet now. Both padini n bonia are reaching its top n sensing that the corrections will be imminent , thus it is better to wait when it’s PE getting lower will be a better chance to buy.
18/10/2017 16:48
apolloang padini own by crooks,bonia own by retailers.....that's why crooks only got power to push it up,bonia many retailers own one no power to push. interest rate low so crooks keep lending to push,retailers cannot go lend to push
18/10/2017 17:59


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