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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.

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KLCI struggles to stay above 1800-level, ringgit dips - The Edge Markets

KLCI struggles to stay above 1800-level, ringgit dips
The Edge Markets
The top decliners included Hong Leong Financial Group Bhd, Hong Leong Bank Bhd, PPB Group Bhd, Hong Leong Capital Bhd, KLCC Property Holdings Bhd, Malayan Banking Bhd, Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd and Tenaga Nasional Bhd. The actives ...

Soggy start for KLCI, falls 0.57% - The Edge Markets

Soggy start for KLCI, falls 0.57%
The Edge Markets
The top losers included Hong Leong Bank Bhd, UMW Holdings Bhd, IJM Corporation Bhd, Petronas Chemicals Group Bhd, Lafarge Malaysia Bhd, KLCC Property Holdings Bhd, Maxis Bhd, AMMB Holdings Bhd, Malayan Banking Bhd and Sime Darby Bhd.

Maybank and Hong Leong lead KLCI lower at midday - The Star Online

Maybank and Hong Leong lead KLCI lower at midday
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: The KLCI lost five points at midday on Wednesday with Maybank and Hong Leong leading the market lower, following the negative cue from Wall Street where the Dow plunged 1.7% overnight and investors awaited the Fed's FOMC ...

KLCI slips below 1800 as Maybank, PetChem fall - The Star Online

Malay Mail Online

KLCI slips below 1800 as Maybank, PetChem fall
The Star Online
At Bursa Malaysia, Maybank fell 23 sen to RM8.69 and erased 3.70 points from the KLCI. HLFG was the top loser, down 44 sen to RM17.16, Hong Leong Bank gave up 20 sen to RM14.20 but Public Bank and CIMB edged up two sen each to RM18.14 and ...
Share prices lower at mid-afternoonThe Malaysian Insider

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Eversendai poised to take on more overseas contracts - The Borneo Post

Eversendai poised to take on more overseas contracts
The Borneo Post
Nonetheless, the research arm of Maybank Investment Bank Bhd (Maybank IB Research) and Hong Leong Investment Bank Bhd (HLIB Research) noted Eversendai also stands a chance to win some domestic contracts particularly steel works jobs for Warisan ...

Blue chips slip after Wall Street skids - The Star Online

Blue chips slip after Wall Street skids
The Star Online
... Malaysia's market performance may be slightly affected with 1,800 as the immediate support level. Petronas Gas fell the most, down 44 sen to RM21.90 while Petronas Chemicals lost 12 sen to RM5.43. Hong Leong Bank lost 36 sen to RM14.04, UMW 24 ...

Cautious start, but index stays above 1800 level - The Edge Markets

Malay Mail Online

Cautious start, but index stays above 1800 level
The Edge Markets
The early decliners included Hong Leong Bank Bhd, Petronas Gas Bhd, MISC Bhd, S P Setia Bhd, SapuraKencana Petroleum Bhd, Genting Bhd, IJM Corporation Bhd, Media Prima Bhd and Boustead Holdings Bhd. At the global markets, the euro skidded to ...
KLCI clings on to 1800 level as banks dragThe Star Online

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Singapore stocks up after unexpected policy easing - The Malaysian Insider

The Malaysian Insider

Singapore stocks up after unexpected policy easing
The Malaysian Insider
Stocks in Singapore edged higher in range-bound trading on Wednesday as an unexpectedly monetary policy easing lifted sentiment, while Malaysia and Thailand were little-changed ahead of policy reviews by their central banks. Singapore's central bank ...

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KLCI surges on Petronas stocks, Public Bank - The Star Online

KLCI surges on Petronas stocks, Public Bank
The Star Online
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's blue chips index jumped to a high of 1,810 in early trade on Tuesday, underpinned by gains in Petronas-linked stocks, Public Bank and Hong Leong Bank. At 9.20am, the FBM KLCI was up 10.45 points or 0.58% to 1,806.89.

Companies using different strategies to hedge against strong US dollar - The Star Online

Companies using different strategies to hedge against strong US dollar
The Star Online
“Our export side customers are generally keeping their hedging in shorter tenures while our import side customers are hedging more of their exposure on dips in the US dollar/ringgit exchange rate (so that they pay less in ringgit),” said Hong Leong ...

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