SERBA DINAMIK HOLDINGS BERHAD

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manbp2000

serba can resumetrading ?

2023-11-19 12:38

zoizai

Just delist this company stop cheating public

2023-11-20 09:55

Depeche

Karim is the major shareholder of SCIB isn't it? He still has over 130m shares there according to market screener....now clawing back his "losses".... while those he screwed here are still in treatment for serious trauma...

2 months ago

Depeche

It will be delisted...banks, sharks, bilis, all sing farewell song together to their monies invested in SD

2 months ago

BobAxelrod6868

These half humans have shorter memory than others. They want more hantam belakang from Dubai new Resident.....once at Serba and once at SCIB is still not enough..........carry on!

2 months ago

xiaoeh

what to do?
made billion dollars fined million dollars and don't have to sit behind bar...

2 months ago

MrHuangBK

Calling con Mabel

Insider Comments please

https://www.theedgemalaysia.com/node/692235

2 months ago

Depeche

The Serba disaster ruined many other things besides one's money...
1) hard earned money or
2) life savings maybe
3) self confidence
4) one's credibility... how much they once claimed they know about investing.
4) wonder anyone plunged into depression
5) financial difficulty that led to broken marriages.
How else have SD scandal possibly affected those who got screwed...
Bursa also dealt a death blow when they suspended trading the very first time.... the counter was suspended after Karim bought shares in the morning session... the stock was suspended without prior warning in the afternoon session.... the suspension lasted for months until SD finally submitted their financial report.
Some time later, 2 days prior warning was given to Scib that their shares would be suspended if they failed to submit their financial reports by given time...i believe many dumped their shares in a hurry after that... this time no one was caught by surprise (trading suspension that is).


2 months ago

speakup

The saddest part of this Serbadk saga is that those ppl responsible like Karim are just let off with a small slap in the wrist! So many ppl & so many funds got cheated by Karim but justice not served. Sedih! Sedih!

2 months ago

BobAxelrod33

That's why Dubai has a new PR resident.

2 months ago

Depeche

Even booked a VIP seat for the space ride.

2 months ago

BobAxelrod33

Apes don't kill apes.......humans do!

2 months ago

Depeche

Pearlwhite and Mabel have anything to say?

2 months ago

BobAxelrod33

What more do you want to hear from pathological Liars and harbinger of Death to every counters they promoted???????

2 months ago

MrHuangBK

Where is that Mabel hiding now? Totally missing from Serba..

Played the daily pied piper from high RM1… now no shadow at all

2 months ago

143922

Mantap mantap

2 months ago

zoizai

Mabel is Cinapek karim

2 months ago

zoizai

Wowo Serbadk profit up 23% yoy

2 months ago

Jack Khan

Why not yet delisted!

2 months ago

manbp2000

serba dont have white knight like scable...

2 months ago

143922

Coming soon.wait n c.

2 months ago

Syndicates

how are you karim? are you ok?

2 months ago

Good123

KUALA LUMPUR (Dec 21): Bursa Malaysia Securities Bhd has reprimanded Serba Dinamik Holdings Bhd and 10 of its directors for breaches of Bursa Malaysia Securities Main Market Listing Requirements (Main LR).

In a statement on Thursday, Bursa Malaysia said that total fines ranging from RM355,200 to RM1.38 million were imposed on 10 directors of the troubled oil and gas services company.

The stock exchange operator also required Serba Dinamik to review and ensure the adequacy and effectiveness of its financial reporting function and carry out a limited review on the company’s quarterly report submission and comply with the training requirement imposed by Bursa Securities.

More to come

2 months ago

Aguera4444

Pak Karim only got 1.3m fine.. sap sap sui la .

2 months ago

Good123

hukuman penjara > baik

2 months ago

MrHuangBK

Sincerely hope non stuck at Serba due to that ConMabel incessant promoting.

Take it as a lesson. I know many forumers lost money

2 months ago

Good123

Semuanya taik busuk..najis. Sem ua pengarah patut m asuk jel? Tak takut kini penjenayah kolar putih lain

2 months ago

Vicky

Humans are different from animals because humans can think what is right and wrong avoid doing wrong. If human unable to think the right things to do they are called human animals ( Human + Animal ). Looking at it these guys should appreciate for just getting a fine. Otherwise human animals should be put into jail for experimental purposes as cause more harm to real humans or to the public !

2 months ago

joyvest

Who is still hyping on this stock?

2 months ago

Good123

Malaysia mau lebih mau ka? Satu artikel yang menarik :)


Author: Koh Chin Siong

What makes Singapore able to surpass Malaysia in the fields of economy and technology?

Surpass? When was Malaysia ever in the lead?

The short answer: Singapore needed multipliers to survive. Malaysia didn’t.

First, a little detour.


Anyone recognize this man?

Clue. This was taken in the 1920s.

Perhaps a more recent shot will help.


Deng Xiaoping was one of the student-workers sent to study Western culture and science in France. The hope was they will bring their learning and experience back to China and remake the nation to catch up with the West.

What was the backdrop? In the 1920s, China was still in civil war. There was a nominal central government but the nation was in chaos until re

A good government who plans ahead, and is uncorrupted by racial or money politics.

Also, because it’s only one city and lifestyles of citizens are pretty much the same from jurong to pasir ris, it can allow for a strong party to form majority that can cater for the same set of values and priorities.

In contrast, BN and Pakatan Harapan are not parties, they are coalition of parties with different ideologies that have to work together.

So there’s a lot more politics going on that need careful balancing of interests and conflicts.

East and West Malaysia, in particular, have very different priorities.

Sabah and Sarawak have historically felt they got the tail end of the bargain with federal government, with west malaysia feeding off east malaysia’s rich resources.

So this creates a very protectionist attitude and feeling that they’re on their own.

In addition, with more natural resources, the industries around these resources have strong interests that keep conflicting.

The timber, mining, oil and palm industries all have different economic blocs and foreign interests vying for a say in governance.

The income gap between the rich urbans and poor kampungs is also getting wider, so much so their priorities are getting more different every year.

In cities, it’s about how to get better jobs for educated graduates. Because media is focusing on cities, that’s where the majority of attention is.

However, the rural poor are the ones who really need some uplifting, but it’s difficult because the bumiputera policies instilled in them learned helplessness.

So they themselves don’t have the motivation to move up in life, despite so many schemes to help them.

That’s further complicated by the religious inclinations of malays who are devout muslims and the parties who cater to them e.g. PAS.

When their life is not good, they can always escape to religion which gives them spiritual comfort even if material comforts are lacking.

Looking as an outsider, I don’t really see parties like PAS sincerely want to help Malays improve their material standard of living in life.

They just want them to be more religious and spiritual, and indirectly more dependent on the party.

In fact, in all my time in Malaysia, I only met 2 bumi-puteras who really made full use of these policies, and both are exceptional talents even by international standards. They are exceptions, not the norm.

Finally, the seed of racial and money politics has escalated into a full blown disaster for the country.

Politicians are sitting on constituencies and not even pushing things like road repairs and street lights, basic fundamental infrastructure for their villages and towns to function properly.

Meanwhile they pocket whatever they receive from upstairs and distribute it as cash only during elections.

Create false enemies out of other races to distract their people from the real cause of their misery, driving fears that they might lose what little they have.

BN era tactics of buying off the poor and playing the race card is an evil that must be changed for country to progress.

The Malay sultans themselves are a political force, who are strong players behind the scenes. They are officially above politics, but somehow always seem to be in the middle of it.

Unfortunately, 60 years of money politics takes its toll. For better or worse, there is a lot of money and business interests at stake in their decisions.

It is sad to see politics hampering this country, because Malaysia really has better talents.

They are more resilient, more risk-taking, more hard-working, less entitled.

But they are made this way by their environment.

I hope to see in my lifetime a Malaysia that can truly live up to the greatness of its people.

2 months ago

Good123

ACGA analyst Chris Leahy said regulators' efforts are hampered by political interference and material delays in cases that are prosecuted through the Attorney General's Office, even where SC has the right of audience as deputy prosecutors.

"We have seen this in some high-profile market manipulation, insider dealing and corruption cases where actions against certain subjects are inexplicably dropped despite material evidence to support prosecution."This casts serious doubts on Malaysia's appetite to tackle political and business corruption."

Leahy said despite creditable efforts by SC and Bursa Malaysia to enforce securities violations such as insider trading and market manipulation, these issues continue to be a material problem for Malaysia's securities markets.

Many of these problems occur among small-cap companies listed on Bursa Malaysia that have smaller free floats and are easier for insiders and market syndicates to control and manipulate.

Executives from SC and Bursa Malaysia, during a discussion admitted that this issue continues to be problematic for Malaysia's markets, he said.This shows they have a difficult job to do, added Leahy.

With the prevalence of political influence within the legal systems and the ability of certain insiders to exploit their influence to ensure legal impunity, issues with insider trading and market manipulation are unlikely to improve without a sea of change within Malaysia's political system.

"This change is not something that will happen overnight, if at all," said Leahy.

2 months ago

Good123

Malaysia patut ikut cara China, delist sykt2 yg tak baik, dll.


The number of companies delisted from China’s stock markets are approaching a record high this year, with about half of them losing their listing status after languishing below par value.

1 month ago

nicholas99

empty shell.

1 month ago

zoizai

Ini company cinapek yang menipu

1 month ago

Vicky

Hello search dalam web Serba hanya ada satu cinapek. Macam mana boleh kompeni cinapek ?

1 month ago

nich0las

Now finding someone to take over SD. Waiting to fly bro once re-open.

1 month ago

serbatipu

Ccb Karim, please let go and let others take over la. A year suspended, apa lu mau lagi knb dllm

1 month ago

speakup

siapa nak takeover Karim punya debt? siapa?

1 month ago

zoizai

Karim sudah lari mana ?

Shoplot company sudah jadi gerai

1 month ago

143922

Akal panjang baru bole jadi tokey.Kasi spin abang Halim.

1 month ago

serbatipu

Jho low No.2 in making ?

1 month ago

MrHuangBK

No worries.. U guys holding Serba still have that ConMabel accompanying you guys..

Thanks to him, promoting day in day out since KPMG red flag

Any grouses.. look for him..

1 month ago

armadatuah2017

Cinapek pandai ma ni....bank kena tipu, sendiri cina kena tipu, macai lagi jgn cerita...memang born to be conned..hahahaha

4 weeks ago

Dehcomic01

There has been much controversy about the Bursa energy company - Serba Dinamk Bursa. Its ROE had gone from about 20% in 2019/2020 to negative 100 % in 2023. I will not go into whether this is poor management or poor corporate governance. But I was curious about its Altman Z-score.

The Altman Z-Score is a financial metric that is used to assess the financial health of a company. It was developed by Edward Altman in 1968 and is designed to predict the likelihood of a company going bankrupt within the next two years.

• A Z-Score above 2.99 suggests that the company is likely in good financial health and is not at risk of bankruptcy.

• A Z-Score below 1.81 suggests that the company may be at risk of bankruptcy.


The Altmaz Z-Score for Serba Dinamik based on its Sep 2023 LTM financials is negative 1.9. This is way below the Z-Score for bankruptcy.

Now why would you want to bother about this company when there are better oil and gas companies like Deleum to look into with a LTM ROE of 15%. There has been much controversy about the Bursa enegy company - Serba Dinamk Bursa. Its ROE had gone from about 20% in 2019/2020 to negative 100 % in 2023. I will not go into whether this is poor management or poor corporate governance. But I was curious about its Altman Z-score.

The Altman Z-Score is a financial metric that is used to assess the financial health of a company. It was developed by Edward Altman in 1968 and is designed to predict the likelihood of a company going bankrupt within the next two years.

• A Z-Score above 2.99 suggests that the company is likely in good financial health and is not at risk of bankruptcy.

• A Z-Score below 1.81 suggests that the company may be at risk of bankruptcy.


The Altmaz Z-Score for Serba Dinamik based on its Sep 2023 LTM financials is negative 1.9. This is way below the Z-Score for bankruptcy.

Now why would you want to bother about this company when there are better oil and gas companies like Deleum to look into with a LTM ROE of 15%.

In 2023, the Bursa energy index grew by 5.3 % compared to the S&P500 energy index that declined by 3.7 %



In 2023, the Bursa energy index grew by 5.3 % compared to the S&P500 energy index that declined by 3.7 %

3 weeks ago

nicholas99

karim nama ape? ini penderhaka cinapek. kita dah tak mengaku dia orang kami. jadi dia follow your way. tengok polis polis semua.. banyak makan duit. haha

2 weeks ago

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