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Hong Leong Bank Bhd - 5819(HLBANK)

Hong Leong Bank Bhd - 5819 (HLBANK)

Hong Leong Bank Bhd lists under Main Market of Bursa Malaysia. It has been classified in the Finance sector. The stock code uses in Bursa Malaysia is "5819" or identify by stock name of "HLBANK". More information about Hong Leong Bank Bhd can be found in their website (www.hlb.com.my).

EntitlementEx-DateLodgementPayment
Final Dividend 27 Sen31-10-201202-11-201220-11-2012
Final 15 cents31-10-201102-11-201116-11-2011
Stock quote also available at Bursa Malaysia, The Star.
 

Hong Leong Bank, a public listed company on the Malaysian Stock Exchange, is a member of the Hong Leong Group (the Group). Headquartered in Malaysia, the Group has been in the financial services industry since 1968 through Hong Leong Finance Berhad and since 1982 through Dao Heng Bank Ltd in Hong Kong. Dao Heng Bank Ltd has since been sold to another banking institution. Today, the Group comprises a total of 14 listed companies worldwide with a combined market capitalization in excess of USD11 billion.

With more than 100 years of banking knowledge and experience, Hong Leong Bank has a strong market position and well-recognized business franchise. Hong Leong Bank, one of the leading local banks in Malaysia, has won many recognitions and accolades over the years: the Finance Asia 2002 Asia's Best Companies Award, the KPMG 2003 Shareholder Value Award, the CGC Top SMI Supporter Award 2004, the Asian Banker's Best Credit Card Product Award 2006 and the Best E-Banking Project 2007.

Hong Leong Bank Berhad started its humble beginnings in 1905 in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia under the name of Kwong Lee Mortgage & Remittance Company and later in 1934, incorporated as Kwong Lee Bank Limited. In 1989, it was renamed MUI Bank, operating in 35 branches. In January 1994, the Group acquired MUI Bank through Hong Leong Credit Berhad (now known as Hong Leong Financial Group Berhad). This milestone saw the birth of Hong Leong Bank and in the same year in October, Hong Leong Bank was listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange.

In 2004, the finance company business of Hong Leong Finance Berhad was acquired by Hong Leong Bank. Today, the enlarged, merged entity has over 185 branches in Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Hong Leong Group (the Group) is one of the largest business groups in Malaysia and internationally. The strong foundation and solid growth of the Group is attributed to the Power of Vision - the Vision of its Executive Chairman, Tan Sri Quek Leng Chan. Today that Vision is manifested and entrenched in the Group's corporate culture, which is firmly rooted on the Group's core values of quality, entrepreneurship, innovation, honour, human resource, unity, progress and social responsibility.

The Group believes in embedding itself in the country and community within which it operates. Through its financial services arm Hong Leong Financial Group Berhad, which comprises Hong Leong Bank, Hong Leong Islamic Bank, Hong Leong Assurance, HLG Capital and Hong Leong Tokio Marine Takaful, the Group is well positioned as an integrated financial services provider.

Latest News

 
HLB improves digital banking platform - The Star Online

Free Malaysia Today

HLB improves digital banking platform
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: Banking on the 63% smartphone users among Malaysians and a 3.5 million Hong Leong Bank Bhd (HLB) current and saving account holders, the lender has further enhanced its digital brand, Hong Leong Connect. Its chief operating officer ...
Hong Leong Bank mobile banking users hit 60000The Malaysian Reserve
Death of ATM cards loomsThe Rakyat Post
HLB Banks On Digital Base To Boost Growthmalaysiandigest.com
Daily Express
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Hong Leong Bank achieves net profit of RM548 million for 1QFY15 - The Borneo Post

Hong Leong Bank achieves net profit of RM548 million for 1QFY15
The Borneo Post
KUCHING: Hong Leong Bank Bhd (Hong Leong Bank) announced its result for the first quarter ended September 30, 2014 (1QFY15). Managing director and chief executive officer, Tan Kong Khoon said the bank started the new financial year with a resilient ...

HLB Q1 profit up marginally to RM547.6mil - The Star Online

HLB Q1 profit up marginally to RM547.6mil
The Star Online
PETALING JAYA: Hong Leong Bank Bhd (HLB) recorded a marginal growth in net profit to RM547.57mil for the first quarter ended Sept 30, 2014 against RM544.49mil a year ago. The company attributed the increase to lower operating expenses and a higher ...

KLCI holds on to gains amid weaker broader market - The Star Online

Malay Mail Online

KLCI holds on to gains amid weaker broader market
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI extended its gains at midday on Tuesday on fund buying of of Petronas Gas, Hong Leong Bank and Telekom Malaysia but the broader market showed signs of profit taking. At 12.30pm, the FBM KLCI was up 6.01 points or ...
KL shares end higher, CI up 3.61 pointsThe Sun Daily
KL shares higher mid-morningThe Malaysian Insider

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Research houses maintain 'hold' call on UMW - New Straits Times Online

Research houses maintain 'hold' call on UMW
New Straits Times Online
Meanwhile, with a target price cut to RM11.30 from RM11.43, Hong Leong Investment Bank said UMW were holding the largest market share of Malaysia's total industry volume with leading brands like Toyota, Lexus and Perodua. “Besides, it is also enjoying ...

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Flat 3Q results for HLBB - The Malaysian Reserve

Flat 3Q results for HLBB
The Malaysian Reserve
Hong Leong Bank Bhd's (HLBB) net profit was up 0.56% to RM547.57 million in the third-quarter (3Q) ended Sept 30, 2014, compared to RM544.49 million a year earlier on lower operating expenses of RM25.8 million coupled with higher share of profit from ...

Genting stocks, heavyweights lift KLCI - The Edge Markets

Malay Mail Online

Genting stocks, heavyweights lift KLCI
The Edge Markets
The actives included Nexgram Holdings Bhd, Technodex Bhd, Systech Bhd, IFCA MSC Bhd, TH Heavy Engineering Bhd, Iris Corporation Bhd and Sumatec Resources Bhd. The top losers included KLCC Property Holdings Bhd, Hong Leong Bank Bhd, ...
KL stocks extend gains, Asian shares mixedThe Malaysian Insider
KL shares close higherThe Sun Daily

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Luck blamed for Genting's poor 3Q performance - The Malaysian Reserve

Luck blamed for Genting's poor 3Q performance
The Malaysian Reserve
Hong Leong Investment Bank Bhd maintains its 'buy' call on Genting, but cut slightly the target price to RM10.64 from RM10.81 previously. “Genting's financial result came in below expectations due to weaker than expected performance from GenS.

Toyota 'certain' of selling 100000 vehicles in 2014 - The Malaysian Reserve

Toyota 'certain' of selling 100000 vehicles in 2014
The Malaysian Reserve
According to data by Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) as reported by Hong Leong Investment Bank Bhd (HLIBB), Toyota has sold about 82,500 vehicles up to October this year while MIDF Investment Bank Bhd reported 83,218 vehicles sold for the ...

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Buying interest in Tenaga, Public Bank shores up KLCI - The Star Online

Buying interest in Tenaga, Public Bank shores up KLCI
The Star Online
At Bursa Malaysia, Tenaga rose 14 sen to RM14.50. Among the banks, Public Bank rose 14 sen to RM18.58, Maybank six sen to RM9.65 and AmBank three sen to RM6.63 while Hong Leong Bank gained two sen to RM14.52. As for consumer stocks BAT ...

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