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Hong Leong Capital Bhd - 5274(HLCAP)

Hong Leong Capital Bhd - 5274 (HLCAP)

Hong Leong Capital Bhd lists under Main Market of Bursa Malaysia. It has been classified in the Finance sector. The stock code uses in Bursa Malaysia is "5274" or identify by stock name of "HLCAP". More information about Hong Leong Capital Bhd can be found in their website (www.hlgcap.com.my).

Stock quote also available at Bursa Malaysia, The Star.
 

HLG Capital (HLG Cap), a publicly listed company, is the holding company for Hong Leong Investment Bank, HLGUT and HLG Asset Management.

Through Hong Leong Investment Bank, it carries out the business of an investment bank, a merchant bank dealing in securities, stocks, debt and derivatives, stock broking, trading in futures and options contracts, fund management, corporate finance advisory, investment advice and financial planning, among others. It has a team of well-informed and knowledgeable dealers and remisiers who with their insightful analyses lets you maximize your investment returns while minimizing risks; and that puts you in a better position to seize investment opportunities. Through HLe-Broking, clients are able to place orders online and manage their investment portfolio at their own comfort.

Latest News

 
Hong Leong Bank's Q3 earnings up - The Sun Daily

Hong Leong Bank's Q3 earnings up
The Sun Daily
The parent company Hong Leong Capital Bhd meanwhile reported a 24.7% drop in net profit to RM16.82 million for the third quarter ended March 31, 2015 versus RM22.33 million it made in the same period last year, mainly due to lower insurance earnings.
HLFG posts lower earnings in Q3 as insurance biz weighsThe Star Online

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Rainy days ahead for local bourse - The Borneo Post

The Borneo Post

Rainy days ahead for local bourse
The Borneo Post
Top gainers in the FBM KLCI were RHB Capital Bhd (+2.4 per cent from last Friday), Axiata Group Bhd (+0.9 per cent) and UMW Holdings Berhad (+0.6 per cent). Top three decliners in the index were KL Kepong Bhd (-8.7 per cent), Hong Leong Financial ...

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KLCI edges up marginally, gains seen limited - The Malaysian Insider

KLCI edges up marginally, gains seen limited
The Malaysian Insider
The decliners included Suoer Enterprise Holdings Bhd, MISC Bhd, Latitude Tree Holdings Bhd, MMC Corporation Bhd, British American Tobacc (M) Bhd, Hong Leong Bank Bhd and LPI Capital Bhd. Asian shares edged up on Thursday on vague hopes of a ...

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Malaysia's largest bank, Maybank, net profit up 6% to RM1.67bil - The Star Online

The Star Online

Malaysia's largest bank, Maybank, net profit up 6% to RM1.67bil
The Star Online
Hong Leong Investment Bank head of research Low Yee Huap said Maybank's first-quarter results were within expectations, adding that they made up 24% of its full-year profit estimates for the lender. For the quarter under review, Maybank's net profit ...

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KLCI falls 0.7% as regional markets sag - The Malaysian Insider

KLCI falls 0.7% as regional markets sag
The Malaysian Insider
The top losers included Dutch Lady Milk Industries Bhd, Allianz Malaysia Bhd, Public Bank Bhd, Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd, Panasonic Malaysia Manufacturing Bhd, Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd, Top Glove Corporation Bhd and Malayan Banking Bhd. The ...

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Axiata on the right track - The Star Online

The Star Online

Axiata on the right track
The Star Online
HONG LEONG Investment Bank believes that Axiata is embarking on the right approaches, absorbing the short-term pain for long-term sustainability. The majority of the hurdles are behind now and it is expecting gradual improvements for the telco ahead.

KLCI dips 0.52% as Petronas-linked stocks, Tenaga weigh - The Malaysian Insider

KLCI dips 0.52% as Petronas-linked stocks, Tenaga weigh
The Malaysian Insider
The top gainers included Hong Leong Financial Group Bhd, Nestle (M) Bhd, V.S. Industry Bhd, Mitrajaya Holdings Bhd, Oriental Food Industries Bhd, Cocoaland Holdings Bhd, DanaInfra Nasional Bhd and Sarawak Oil Palms Bhd. Asian shares shrugged off ...

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Dolphin to grow palm oil machineries sector - The Borneo Post

Dolphin to grow palm oil machineries sector
The Borneo Post
Post-IPO, with an enlarged issued and paid-up capital base of RM44.4 million and with access to the capital markets, Dolphin International will be in a strong position to tap and expand into new markets. “Just as important, the listing also provides ...

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Hong Leong Capital under pressure ahead of suspension - The Star Online

Hong Leong Capital under pressure ahead of suspension
The Star Online
HLCap's public shareholding spread has become an issue ever since Hong Leong Financial Group Bhd (HLFG) launched an unconditional takeover of the company back in January 2013 at RM1.71 per share. The general offer was unsuccessful and at the ...

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Franklin Templeton Asset Mgmt launches feeder fund for Malaysian investors - The Star Online

Franklin Templeton Asset Mgmt launches feeder fund for Malaysian investors
The Star Online
The fund seeks to provide capital appreciation and income by investing in the target fund with the objective of investing principally in equity securities and government debt securities issued by entities throughout the world, including emerging markets.

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