CAPITAL A BERHAD

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Sslee

What’s worse?

Being hit by ransomware attack that sees criminals steal information about your staff and passengers…

or…

Being hit by ransomware attack that sees criminals steal information about your staff and passengers, AND then have the gang tell the world that your firm’s IT infrastructure is so chaotic, poorly-secured, and downright irritating that it refuses to repeat the attack.


That’s the humiliating slap in the face given by the Daixin Team ransomware gang to Air Asia which lost the personal data of five million passengers and all employees earlier this month.

Passenger data
As DataBreaches.net reports, the incompetence of AirAsia may actually have spared the airline from further attacks:

“The chaotic organization of the network, the absence of any standards, caused the irritation of the group and a complete unwillingness to repeat the attack,” the spokesperson for Daixin Team said. “The group refused to pick through the garbage for a long time. As our pentester said, ‘Let the newcomers sort this trash, they have a lot of time.’”

“The internal network was configured without any rules and as a result worked very poorly. It seemed that every new system administrator ‘built his shed next to the old building.’ At the same time, the network protection was very, very weak.”

Ouch.

AirAsia declined to comment on the DataBreaches.net report. Frankly you can’t blame them for ducking that one.

2 weeks ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Just buy 0.57. TP 1.00. QR positive

2 weeks ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Tony n Anwar is good friends. All in before shot up

2 weeks ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Gg

2 weeks ago

Nhamir

meh..
even sapura come to light
i think the ceo was not really care about company share first.
air asia will come to light if uplift for PN17.

2 weeks ago

tonygofly

Tony say now everyone can fly, but share price is not flying

2 weeks ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Trapped

2 weeks ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Ini kali lah. Kita boleh

1 week ago

greencode

the flight sale just started for 1y period . money is pouring to AA noww

1 week ago

ikanbiliskering

what news to let AA fly today?

1 week ago

The_JQuestion

I feel like it will report a back to black this Q.... that time it will limit up :))) depends on u dont miss the bus !

1 week ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Give Tony one more chance to proof it. Kita boleh!

1 week ago

Nhamir

AirAsia Set To Be Merged With AirAsia X By Parent Company Capital A?
on the news now...is it can profitable?

1 week ago

stockraider

Do not be silly loh....!!

Capital A... cannot be save without a big hair cut mah!

It has a negative shareholders fund of Rm 5 billion loh!

U need alot of injection of fund for capital A to survive loh!

1 week ago

Nhamir

@stockraider, better invest to Singapore airline.
never lost profit with strong country
if you go temasek, everithing will be alright.
for air asia was not have any back-up now

1 week ago

Sarcasm777

Sure you can invest in SQ. Provided you have lotsa capital and money. You can even invest in American Airlines. Or Tesla.

1 week ago

EatCoconutCanWin

Luckily sell @59

1 week ago

newbie8080

In my opinion, it seems Capital A is seeking extension as it does not have a proper plan in place to address the PN17 regularisation.
It uses the excuse of merger with AAX as a way out and justifying that a merger will need close to 12months to execute.
In the first place, AAX was carved out from Capital A(previously known as Airasia) to garner better valuation for it's long haul business.

1 week ago

Jeffreyteck

It should be delisted immediately / long ago for investor protection.

1 week ago

Permutation

Icapital recommended CapitalA as a value investing counter ? Really? Perhaps on its digitalisation front.

1 week ago

nicholas99

revenue increase but losses stay roughly the same. ridiculous accounting loophole. i guess its the losses from last time.. :)

1 week ago

Noni

Owners rich, investors poor

1 week ago

Alan

Haha.. EatCoconutCanWin is a pretty emotional person. Cool down.

1 week ago

ariffiin

Capital A Bhd, formerly AirAsia Group Bhd, posted a wider net loss of RM901.31 million for its third quarter ended Sept 30, 2022, compared with RM887 million a year earlier, as the group was impacted by a share of loss from associates and foreign exchange losses. This was despite revenue rising by over six folds to RM1.96 billion from RM295.89 million, following the relaxation of travel restrictions, including testing, quarantine and entry requirements. Besides recording a loss of RM226.8 million from associates, Capital A was also severely affected by forex losses to the tune of RM531.2 million — including 2.89 billion baht (RM360 million) recorded by its associated company Asia Aviation Public Company Ltd — due to the depreciation of local currencies against the US dollar.

1 week ago

yong1985cm

revenue increase so much still loss 1bil.. really bravo.. fuel cost still at USD150/barrel that suprise me bcz all of us know that the oil price has peak and decreasing. any idea why AA fuel cost is so high? Q3 same as Q2 .

1 week ago

RedzDragon

I don't really get the idea of divesting aviation business to AAX. Is Tony trying to give up on Capital A? I don't think digital business can sustain Capital A as it contributes only 5% of its current revenue. Does any expert here mind explaining the rationale behind this action please?

1 week ago

8888_

Myairline new competitor beside MAS and Malindo.

1 week ago

rr88

Bankcrupt lar. Add money, burn money and the cycle repeats. Lost rm4bil per year. Later underwear also gone. Otw to 15 cents. After borders opened still dying. Sell, salvage whatever you can salvage n move on.

1 week ago

EatCoconutCanWin

GG. No merger

4 days ago

newbie8080

Tony can't even pronounce the word divestment of Capital A's aviation arm to sister company AAX.
But it makes not much different which entity takes charge of which airplane asset to fly.
One thing for sure, whether is Capital A, AAX or the newly form company Airasia Aviation Group, the shareholders are the same.
Delay tactics.

4 days ago

Stocker

gogogo

4 days ago

Stocker

lailiao—~

4 days ago

Good123

dah mau bankrap ka? NTA = negatif RM1.70

5099 CAPITALA CAPITAL A BERHAD
Quarterly rpt on consolidated results for the financial period ended 30/09/2022
Quarter: 3rd Quarter
Financial Year End: 31/12/2022
Report Status: Unaudited
Submitted By:
Current Year Quarter Preceding Year Corresponding Quarter Current Year to Date Preceding Year Corresponding Period
30/09/2022 30/09/2021 30/09/2022 30/09/2021
RM '000 RM '000 RM '000 RM '000
1 Revenue 1,960,851 295,894 4,238,070 1,015,148
2 Profit/Loss Before Tax (1,153,824) (1,111,513) (3,344,761) (2,804,032)
3 Profit/(loss) attributable to ordinary equity holders of the parent (901,313) (887,003) (2,736,329) (2,234,484)
4 Net Profit/Loss For The Period (1,143,381) (1,110,288) (3,341,440) (2,806,078)
5 Basic Earnings/Loss Per Shares (sen) (22.30) (22.80) (67.70) (59.40)
6 Dividend Per Share (sen) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
As At End of Current Quarter As At Preceding Financial Year End
7 Net Assets Per Share (RM) (1.7000) (0.8700)
Remarks:
You are advised to read the entire contents of the announcement or attachment.
To read the entire contents of the announcement or attachment, please access
the Bursa website at http://www.bursamalaysia.com

30/11/2022 07:00 AM

4 days ago

Sarcasm777

Myairline have 5/6 planes only. AA got 200 planes. Quarterly loss is due to many grounded planes being unable to be rolled into service in time and the lease payment continues despite not flying. Myailrine RM48 sounds affordable but how sure you are that it’s not hurting their profit? Does every pax pay 48 only? Or just the lucky few? Can they cover the cost? Do they have the frequency and convenience like AA do? Moreover, AA got AAX to provide feeder service from Aus/NZ/Japan/Korea and soon China. And AAX is making money right now. Myairline is on their own trying to capture the market. They may succeed but won’t take a big chunk out of it. You need to look at the big picture.

4 days ago

Good123


Quarter Reports
Annual
Dividends
Capital Changes
Warrants
Shareholding Changes

EPS DPS NTA Revenue P/L Quarter Q Date Financial Year Announced ROE QoQ% YoY% Report
31 Dec, 2022
-22.30 0.000 -1.7000 1.96b -901.31m 3 2022-09-30 31 Dec, 2022 2022-11-30 13.1% 3.2% 1.6% View
-23.00 0.000 -1.3200 1.47b -931.22m 2 2022-06-30 31 Dec, 2022 2022-08-26 17.4% 3% 60.5% View
-22.30 0.000 -1.0400 811.78m -903.79m 1 2022-03-31 31 Dec, 2022 2022-05-26 21.4% 2.2% 17.8% View
31 Dec, 2021
-22.70 0.000 -0.8000 717.12m -884.09m 4 2021-12-31 31 Dec, 2021 2022-02-28 28.4% 0.3% 64% View
-22.80 0.000 -0.8100 295.89m -887.00m 3 2021-09-30 31 Dec, 2021 2021-11-22 28.1% 52.9% 4.1% View
-15.20 0.000 -0.6000 370.61m -580.06m 2 2021-06-30 31 Dec, 2021 2021-09-10 25.3% 24.4% 41.6% View
-21.60 0.000 -0.4800 298.22m -767.42m 1 2021-03-31 31 Dec, 2021 2021-05-27 45.0% 68.6% 4.5% View
31 Dec, 2020
-73.20 0.000 -0.3700 267.44m -2.44b 4 2020-12-31 31 Dec, 2020 2021-03-29 197.8% 187% 535.9% View
-25.50 0.000 0.3500 442.91m -851.78m 3 2020-09-30 31 Dec, 2020 2020-11-24 -72.9% 14.2% 1555.8% View
-29.70 0.000 0.6100 118.96m -992.89m 2 2020-06-30 31 Dec, 2020 2020-08-25 -48.7% 23.5% 5825.7% View
-24.10 0.000 0.8900 2.31b -803.85m 1 2020-03-31 31 Dec, 2020 2020-07-08 -27.1% 109.1% 936.6% View
31 Dec, 2019
-11.50 0.000 1.3300 3.36b -384.48m 4 2019-12-31 31 Dec, 2019 2020-02-27 -8.6% 647.4% 2.7% View
-1.50 0.000 1.3800 3.07b -51.44m 3

4 days ago

arriffin

Capital A Bhd has issued a clarification that the proposed plan announced recently is not a merger of AirAsia Bhd and AirAsia X Bhd, but a potential disposal of Capital A’s aviation assets to AirAsia X.

3 days ago

arriffin

the exercise is aimed at forming a separate publicly-quoted aviation group, comprising six airlines — four short-haul Asean airlines and two medium-haul airlines, namely AirAsia, Thai AirAsia, AirAsia Indonesia, AirAsia Philippines, AirAsia X and Thai AirAsia X.

3 days ago

thetruthstory

this stock at this price has huge upside once it takes off again, very helpful/friendly and positive political environment which wants to see the success of airasia

3 days ago

Calvin882

Rather disappointing the company unable to capitalize on post-covid economic recovery last qtr. Its going to be a turbulence ride ahead as short to medium term challenges persist for Capital A amid economic slowdown next year.

3 days ago

Sarcasm777

Revenue jumps 6 folds too. Don’t discount that. But the price trend is going up, despite all the negative picture that you have painted. Maybe you’re just an accountant??!!

3 days ago

Calvin882

Its rather concerning as the fact is the company unable to convert those increased revenue into profit. Will see how is the performance in this qtr which is considered as peak season. If the result is still disappointing, means hopeless already.

3 days ago

Good123

Dah PN17 sama dengan capita A & Airasia X :(


KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 7): KNM Group Bhd has defaulted on three credit facilities, two totalling US$23 million (RM101.4 million) and one of €68.5 million (RM316.2 million) on Dec 1, or about RM417.6 million in all.

In an exchange filing announcing the defaults by its wholly-owned subsidiaries, KNM said it is presently in close negotiation with the lenders, although the repayment date has not changed from the Nov 30 deadline, following a previous extension.

The Practice Note 17 (PN17) outfit said the events of default may trigger cross defaults in other existing financial facilities.

“Nevertheless, KNM Group has been communicating with the respective financial institutions involved pertaining to KNM Group’s plan to improve its financial position, in order for the KNM Group’s other existing financial facilities to remain status quo,” it added.

KNM had timed the repayment to be done upon its disposal of its key subsidiary Borsig GmbH for €220.8 million, which also had a Nov 30 deadline. However, the Borsig deal did not materialise, as the relevant conditions precedent were not fulfilled.

On the defaults, the euro-denominated credit facility was lent out by Danos Ltd to Peterborough Green Energy Ltd.

Meanwhile, the US dollar facilities from TransAsia Private Capital Ltd comprised two parts, namely US$13 million borrowed by KNM Renewable Energy Sdn Bhd, and US$10 million by Splendid Investments Ltd.

TransAsia lent out the funds in its capacity as manager, for and on behalf of the Asian Trade Finance Fund 2, a sub-fund of the TA Asian Multi-Finance Fund.

“KNM has been in close discussion with the lenders on various measures to address this event of default, and details of the measures are still in the state of flux,” it said.

It added that the event of default “may have an adverse impact” on the its financing facilities, in the event that KNM Group’s respective financial institutions suspend their financing facilities, pending the resolution of the event of default.

“In this respect, KNM would like to remind that the current businesses, in particular for overseas operations, and the actual general market conditions would be sufficient to ensure continuity, should the financial institutions maintain their respective positions.

“For this reason, KNM shall endeavour to continue its other business operations, notwithstanding this isolated event of default and will engage with the lenders and suppliers for their continued support,” it said.

KNM added that the subsidiaries involved — namely Peterborough Green Energy, KNM Renewable Energy and Splendid Investments — are not considered the group’s major subsidiaries.

Shares of KNM settled unchanged at five sen on Wednesday (Dec 7), valuing the group at RM168.59 million.

2 days ago

Good123

We have mas, firefly, etc to standby

2 days ago

Karlos

China relaxation on Covid control will create a huge surge of demand for travels especially overseas travels. This will benefit airline companies servicing Asia Pacific region.

1 day ago

ikanbiliskering

@Karlos can't wait for China open border, nak travel ke China.

1 day ago

Sarcasm777

Not according to some people. They only want MH to monopolise Malaysian market and watch AA die. Little did they know MH survives on their hard earn taxes money.

1 day ago

RedzDragon

@Sarcasm777 most people can see the direct money only which is their ticket money. Indirect money like taxes, they wont care.

1 day ago

Stocker

lailiao?

1 day ago

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