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Axis Real Estate Investment Trust - 5106(AXREIT)

Axis Real Estate Investment Trust - 5106 (AXREIT)

Axis Real Estate Investment Trust lists under Main Market of Bursa Malaysia. It has been classified in the REITs sector. The stock code uses in Bursa Malaysia is "5106" or identify by stock name of "AXREIT". More information about Axis Real Estate Investment Trust can be found in their website (www.axis-reit.com.my).

EntitlementEx-DateLodgementPayment
3rd Int Income Distribution 4.30 Sen (4.22 sen Taxable & 0.08 Sen Non Taxable)02-11-201206-11-201229-11-2012
Final Income 1.20¢ + 0.20¢ TE30-01-201202-02-201229-02-2012
Stock quote also available at Bursa Malaysia, The Star.
 

Axis-REIT is a real estate investment trust constituted by the Deed and principally regulated by Securities Laws (as defined in Section 2(1) of the SCA), the SC Guidelines on REITs, the Listing Requirements of Bursa Securities, the rules of the Depository and taxation laws and rulings (collectively "Applicable Laws and Requirements").

The Deed was entered into on 15 June 2005 between Axis-REIT Managers as the Manager of Axis-REIT, and OSK Trustees Berhad, as the Trustee of Axis-REIT, and the Deed was registered and lodged with the Securities Commission (SC) on 16 June 2005.

Axis-REIT commenced business on the 3 August 2005 and was formed to own and invest primarily in commercial, office and office/industrial real estate. The primary objectives of the Fund are :

to provide Unitholders with distribution of income; and

to achieve long-term growth in the NAV per Unit of the Fund.

Latest News

 
Axis REIT's DPU rises by 13% in 9M14 - The Malaysian Reserve

Axis REIT's DPU rises by 13% in 9M14
The Malaysian Reserve
Axis Real Estate Investment Trust's (Axis REIT) dividend per unit (DPU) rose by 13% year-on-year to 15.6 sen for its nine months ending 2014, from 13.8 sen posted for the same period last year. The DPU includes 100% of the distributable gain of RM10.95 ...

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Axis-Reit AUM to rise to RM2bil with latest acquisition - The Star Online

Axis-Reit AUM to rise to RM2bil with latest acquisition
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: The total assets under management (AUM) of Axis Real Estate Investment Trust (Axis-REIT) is set to increase to RM2bil following its latest proposed acquisition. Axis REIT Managers Bhd (ARMB), the manager of Axis-REIT, on Tuesday said ...
Axis REIT to buy Johor landThe Sun Daily
Axis REIT acuires RM153.5m worth of industrial propertyThe Malaysian Reserve
Yongnam Just Raised S$60 Million Very Creatively – But, Is It A Smart Move For ...The Motley Fool Singapore
THE BUSINESS TIMES (subscription)
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RHB keeps 'neutral' call on Axis REIT - Yahoo Malaysia News

RHB keeps 'neutral' call on Axis REIT
Yahoo Malaysia News
AXIS Real Estate Investment Trust (Axis REIT) may pursue more yield-accretive acquisitions going forward to further drive earnings growth, said RHB Research. “Axis REIT has previously guided that it could be injecting more assets into its portfolio by ...

Singapore sukuk sector fading - The Rakyat Post

The Rakyat Post

Singapore sukuk sector fading
The Rakyat Post
The trust's shares have declined 6% this year to S$1.02, following 2013's 5.3% drop. Singapore's Straits Times Index has climbed 2.4% in 2014. In Malaysia, which pioneered Islamic finance more than 30 years ago, Axis Real Estate Investment Trust has ...
Singapore still lags behind in sukuk marketThe Malay Mail Online
Singapore Sukuk Hub Goal Leaves a Lonely Sabana: Islamic FinanceBusinessweek

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Markets continue winning streak; Sensex up 400 points - Business Standard

Business Standard

Markets continue winning streak; Sensex up 400 points
Business Standard
Shares of real estate and infrastructure companies are continue trading higher by up to 20%, extending their previous day's rally, on the news that the government had relaxed foreign direct investment (FDI) rules in the construction sector by reducing ...

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Black money, white lies - The Asian Age

Black money, white lies
The Asian Age
Most of this money is either invested in the stock markets or the real estate sector. Just compare the difference between the market value and the ... The only other important tax havens that were not a part of this axis were Panama and, to some extent ...

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Foreign Companies Are Cooling on China - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Foreign Companies Are Cooling on China
Wall Street Journal
Foreign companies are wielding their axes in China. For years, multinationals plowed ... In a survey by the American Chamber of Commerce, 27% of American companies in China said they see no investment expansion in the country over the next year, up ...

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Singapore stocks end down 0.53 pct ahead of Fed policy meeting, weak German ... - Shanghai Daily (subscription)

Singapore stocks end down 0.53 pct ahead of Fed policy meeting, weak German ...
Shanghai Daily (subscription)
It said that it has entered into a sale and leaseback transaction with Axis Real Estate Investment Trust for its Malaysia freehold production facility located in Nusajaya Johor, Malaysia. Under the sale and leaseback agreement, Yongnam will sell the ...

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Partners REIT to Announce Third Quarter Results on November 13 - SYS-CON Media (press release)

Partners REIT to Announce Third Quarter Results on November 13
SYS-CON Media (press release)
Partners REIT is a growth-oriented real estate investment trust focused on the expansion and management of a portfolio of 36 retail and mixed-use community and neighbourhood shopping centres. These properties are located in both primary and secondary ...

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Uday Kotak: Now, wait for the next Big Thing - Business Standard

Business Standard

Uday Kotak: Now, wait for the next Big Thing
Business Standard
In a decision with far-reaching implications, Manmohan Singh, then finance minister, took the bold step of devaluing the Indian currency in two tranches by 20 per cent, giving a big boost to Indian exports and opening the gates for foreign direct ...

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