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1 month ago | Report Abuse

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 1): RHB Research maintains a ‘buy’ call on Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) with a target price (TP) of 45 sen, following indications that the construction of the new Shah Alam Sports Complex is on track to begin between February and April.

In a research note on Wednesday (Feb 1), RHB made no changes in its earnings forecasts pending details on the land to be swapped in exchange for MRCB’s works on the complex and the job value to redevelop the complex.

“Initially, the cost was estimated to be RM787 million — circa 10% of its unbilled orderbook excluding the long-term Bukit Jalil Sentral job,” said its research analyst Adam Mohamed Rahim.

“All in, our SOP-derived TP remains at 45 sen after ascribing a 0% ESG (environment, social and governance) premium to MRC’s intrinsic value, based on our in-house proprietary scoring methodology.”

This comes after the Selangor state government and MRCB gathered feedback from the public prior to finalising the stadium’s design — which includes a smaller capacity of 35,000 to 45,000 from 180,000 previously.

“Despite the smaller capacity, we believe this would result in better utilisation, as the redevelopment plans include recreational, commercial and residential parts (ie a sports-themed mall, hotel) together with a transit hub linked to the Light Rail Transit 3 (LRT3) station,” said Adam.

“The new stadium features an ethylene tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) ceramic coating for its roof and cool air circulation under seats which promotes thermal stability. There would also be a retractable football pitch facilitating easier transformation from sports to multi-purpose mode for other events.”

In addition, the underground water storage system (UWSS) adds value to the project as the area is prone to floods.

“This UWSS feature was likely mooted back in 2015, when former Shah Alam mayor Datuk Ahmad Zaharin mentioned utilising a portion of the Shah Alam stadium grounds to stop flash foods from occurring.

“The Shah Alam City Council, in April 2022, had allocated RM150 million to upgrade drainage systems and retention ponds in the city over three years,” he said.

Adam favours MRCB for its diversified property arms into industrial properties and new overseas markets in Australia and New Zealand.

“An upcoming catalyst would be the potential reinstatement of omitted works for LRT3 worth circa RM1 billion — partly mitigating risks from the Mass Rapid Transit 3 project,” said Adam.

“Valuations are undemanding as the stock is trading -1.5 standard deviation from its five-year mean P/E (price-to-earnings ratio).”

MRCB shares closed at 33 sen on Jan 31, translating into a market capitalisation of RM1.474 billion.


2 months ago | Report Abuse

KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 19): Datuk Seri Amir Hamzah Azizan, current chief executive officer of the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) was appointed as the chairman of Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB), replacing Tan Sri Azlan Zainol who passed away on Jan 12.

The provident fund is the controlling shareholder of MRCB holding 36.21% stake.

MRCB said the appointment of Amir Hamzah is a redesignation from his previous post as non-executive director of the group since Sept 1, 2021.

In the bourse filing, MRCB also noted that Amir Hamzah, aged 56, holds 667 ordinary shares in MRCB.

Amir Hamzah was appointed as president and CEO of MISC Bhd in Jan 2009. He was subsequently appointed as managing director and CEO of Petronas Dagangan Bhd in June 2010.

He later became Petronas Lubricants International group MD and CEO while simultaneously serving as the vice president of downstream marketing in August 2012. After then, he assumed the position of vice president of lubricants for the Petronas group.

In March 2016, he joined Ekuiti Nasional Bhd (Ekuinas) to steer its investee company Icon Offshore Bhd as MD and CEO. Following that, he was appointed to Khazanah Nasional Bhd’s subsidiary Themed Attractions Resorts and Hotel Sdn Bhd as its group CEO.

In April 2019, he joined Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) as its president and CEO.

Amir Hamzah started his career in the Shell group of companies, where he served for 10 years in various capacities in Malaysia, Singapore, and the UK.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Management (majored in finance and economics) from Syracuse University in New York, USA. He has also completed a Stanford executive programme from Stanford University in the USA.

MRCB’s share price closed half a sen higher to 30.5 sen on Thursday, valuing the group at RM1.34 billion.


2020-07-03 15:00 | Report Abuse

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2020-07-03 14:24 | Report Abuse

Supermx is the highest volume these two days compared to another 3 glove counters.


2020-07-03 13:58 | Report Abuse

let's see today touch RM 9.31.... then -----> "SKY IS THE LIMIT"


2020-07-02 17:21 | Report Abuse

today is really a roller-coaster day... For those newbie just enter this morning sure all cutloss after lunch when kena big drop....


2020-07-02 12:10 | Report Abuse

this is crazy counter SUPERMAX. later become SUPERMAN.....


2020-07-02 12:02 | Report Abuse

8.88 for so long.... signal of HUAT HUAT HUAT????


2020-07-02 09:56 | Report Abuse

Both of u are really hilarious....


2020-07-02 07:53 | Report Abuse

Personal attacks look fun as well :P. For entertainment no problem ^_^
Telegram page? may I know where is it?


2020-07-01 20:19 | Report Abuse

Had been quietly followed ur page for awhile. Very constructive comments and inputs given by u. I also invested QL for around 6 years. Gain 300% so far ^_^