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29-Aug-2019 02-Oct-2019 15:00 AGM Grand Congress, Level 12, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Persiaran Lagoon, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Meeting Detail
21-Mar-2019 08-Apr-2019 15:00 EGM Grand Forum, Level 10, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Persiaran Lagoon, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia Meeting Detail
29-Aug-2018 26-Sep-2018 15:00 AGM Grand Luxor, Level CP4, Sunway Pyramid Convention Centre, 3, Jalan PJS 11/15, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Meeting Detail
09-Oct-2017 25-Oct-2017 15:30 Unitholders' Meeting Grand Bahamas, Level 12, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Persiaran Lagoon, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Meeting Detail
25-Aug-2017 25-Oct-2017 15:00 AGM Grand Bahamas, Level 12, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Persiaran Lagoon, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Meeting Detail
26-Aug-2016 29-Sep-2016 15:00 AGM Grand Bahamas, Level 12, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Persiaran Lagoon, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Meeting Detail
27-Aug-2015 30-Sep-2015 15:30 AGM Grand Bahamas, Level 12, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Persiaran Lagoon, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Meeting Detail
27-Aug-2014 30-Sep-2014 15:30 AGM Grand Caymans, Level 10, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Persiaran Lagoon, Bandar Sunway, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Meeting Detail
27-Aug-2013 25-Sep-2013 15:30 AGM Grand Caymans, Level 10, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Persiaran Lagoon, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Meeting Detail
30-Nov-2012 18-Dec-2012 15:30 EGM Lagoon 3, Level 15, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa, Persiaran Lagoon, Bandar Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Meeting Detail
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  8 people like this.
iceiscool if i buy this stock today, am i entitle to dividend?
14/02/2019 4:56 PM
Aries As long as you buy before the ex date, you are entitled for the dividend.
15/02/2019 1:17 PM
sg999 wow get dividen oledi!
14/03/2019 10:12 PM
iceiscool am using Rakuten. Probably need to wait another 2-3 days.
17/03/2019 11:04 PM
葉維強 产拖又飙一轮
22/03/2019 5:18 PM
LATO' SELI SUNREIT all time high, sell first; next week collect again
26/03/2019 1:32 PM
kalteh https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/sunway-reit-sets-rm10b-perpetual-note-programme
01/04/2019 4:07 PM
iceiscool hi kalteh, whats the correlation between above news with its share price
01/04/2019 11:09 PM
kalteh On the surface, management will have access to greater capital to pursue further asset growth. And this is partly how management get paid. A small % on total asset.

However, I recommend reading the excellent article by Insider Asia in The Edge Weekly for March end on their views with regards to the above perpetual securities.
04/04/2019 2:27 PM
newbie8080 A growing number of Malaysian companies using perpetual bonds to raise funds

Creative accounting with innovative financing methods have no limits, and perpetual bonds are certainly growing as an avenue of choice for companies to raise funds in Malaysia.

Malaysian Rating Corporation’s (MARC) assistant vice president for ratings, Taufiq Kamal, notes that perpetual bonds have a long history in the global financial markets, and are often issued by banks to support their capital structure.

This class of debt has grown in popularity today and its avenue for fund-raising is not just limited to financial institutions nowadays.

“Increasingly, we are seeing corporates issuing perpetual bonds in Malaysia,” Taufiq says.

This class of debt gives flexibility to companies to raise funds and at the same time keep their gearing levels under control without the necessary dilution in equity base.

Perpetual securities are usually classified as a kind of equity under the international financing reporting standard and increases shareholders’ funds of the issuer group.

It also reduces gearing ratios by taking these extra liabilities off the balance sheet and lowers perceived debt levels to allow for companies to take on new projects.

This class of securities are often listed on three exchanges in this part of the world, at the London Stock Exchange, the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and the Singapore Stock Exchange.

Analysts have not been alarmed by this development and are cautiously monitoring this emerging development among Malaysian companies.

RAM Ratings head of structured finance ratings Siew Suet Ming tells StarBizWeek that perpetual bonds are a hybrid instrument that has characteristics of both debt and equity where it pays a fixed coupon but has an indefinite maturity.

“However, it often includes step-up rates to incentivise borrowers to (fully) redeem the bonds,” Siew says.

She notes that RAM would evaluate the nature and terms of the perpetual security to see if it is more ‘debt-like’ or ‘equity-like’ and accord the appropriate treatment in its credit assessment.

“If it is structured to behave more equity-like, perpetual instruments can be used as a means to reduce gearing,” Siew says.

Taufiq says that perpetual bonds provide benefit to both issuers and investors alike.

Taufiq: Increasingly, we are seeing corporates issuing perpetual bonds in Malaysia.

He notes that perpetual bonds are ranked with very much less importance (deeply subordinated) to senior debts given that these instruments provide a higher yield than seniors bonds through a series of interest payments.

“We believe this class of securities issuance adds to the diversity of funding sources available to issuers.

“Given the absence of repayment schedule as would be the case for typical bond issuance, it affords better liquidity management over the medium term,” Taufiq says.

He however notes that from an accounting perspective, these class of securities are treated fully as equity which allows companies to enlarge its “equity” but with no dilution in their equity base.

“This allows companies to manage their gearing levels.

However, it does not mean that only highly geared companies resort to issuing perpetual bonds,” he says.

While from an accounting perspective perpetual were considered as equity, Taufiq notes that the same does not necessarily hold true from a rating agency’s perspective.

“The key factors we consider are the length of time before a redemption can be made (non-call period), ability of the issuer to defer coupon payments, and interest step-up period and rates,” he says.

“For the perps that we have rated, issued by Sime Darby Plantation Sdn Bhd and DRB-Hicom Bhd, the equity credit given was 50%.

“The ratings on the perpetual securities were two notches below the rating of the senior unsecured debt obligations of the companies to reflect the deep subordination,” he adds.

He also says that given perpetual securities’ ratings are anchored to the senior debt rating, companies that intend to issue these class of securities would need to have a sound senior credit rating.

“Otherwise, interest payments would need to be higher, making the issuance of perpetual bonds a non-viable funding source,” Taufiq says.

RAM’s Siew says most corporate perpetual bonds are structured to with a call date, with the coupon payment repriced or stepped-up beyond the call date.

She notes that the step-up in coupon payments are often steep enough to incentivise borrowers to redeem at the call date, which effectively gives the corporate or investors a certain perspective on its maturity horizon.

“Typically, investors would already factor its expectations for additional duration risk in return for higher returns in the pricing for the perpetual security,” Siew says.

Meanwhile, Taufiq notes that the wide acceptance of perpetual securities indicates that both issuers and investors are aware of risks involved.

“For investors, a typical
04/04/2019 2:43 PM
newbie8080 Continued:

“For investors, a typical characteristic of it is that the dividend pusher and dividend stopper provides a safeguard to investors’ interest payments,” he says.

While the growing appetite for such type of securities may highlight the generally low interest rate economies are in today, it would be key to watch how would companies with high gearing cope when and if interest rates move upwards.

The low interest rate environment is a sweet spot for both borrowers or issuers of perpetual debt, who will appreciate the low interest or coupon payments while investors would appreciate a slightly higher than usual yield for higher returns.

“Investors will always look out for any opportunities for yield pick-up.

“Likewise, borrowers will be on the look-out for cheaper fund-raising alternatives – this will be true in such an interest rate environment,” Siew says.
04/04/2019 2:45 PM
shpg22 Hyflux saga should be taken as a lesson for company venturing into perpetual note/bond on the danger of over leveraging. Although accounting wise its treated as equity, it is actually a long term debt.
06/04/2019 2:57 PM
freddiehero fly together... all be rich rich tis year!
06/04/2019 3:01 PM
shpg22 Shareholder will have to bear the long term risk of high gearing while the manager get to take higher bonus almost immediately.
06/04/2019 3:40 PM
beso https://www.theedgemarkets.com/article/sunway-reits-proposed-rm10b-perpetual-notes-poison-chalice-unitholders
sell immediately
07/04/2019 5:57 PM
VSOLAR Sailang Margin All In PUNTER thinks that taking on so much debt at these times is not a good idea!
09/04/2019 7:45 AM
witchjaz Sunway REIT gets shareholders’ nod for RM550 mil Sunway University land acquisition

09/04/2019 10:44 AM
beso similar to the default of a Singapore-based water infrastructure solutions provider, Hyflux Ltd. will soon happen here in bolehland on sunreit due to using perpetual bond to raise large sum of fund.
09/04/2019 12:24 PM
Letsrock accordingly to the theory above, everyone who take on hire purchase will go bankrupt cos % of bankruptcy majority
contributed by hire purchase.
09/04/2019 12:32 PM
gforce2 1. They're not going to issue RM10b perpetual bonds all at once! That's absurd!
2. Most of the acquisitions will probably come from matured Sunway assets, with decent yields above 6% p.a.
3. Sunway & the Cheah family still have skin in the game, owning over 40% of SunREIT.
4. You can't compare SunREIT to Hyflux, as the business cashflow is different. Operational cashflow is positive, as it is primarily a rental income business. SunREIT's perpetual bonds will be used primarily to fund future asset purchases. Net gearing is about 39%.
On the other hand, Hyflux issued perpetual bonds to roll over maturing debt; in fact, when they issued the bond in 2016, they had NEGATIVE cashflow from operations and net debt to equity ratio of 0.98 (98% gearing!).
09/04/2019 2:38 PM
akupolitikkk so many skl here... lai i wan buy cheap sunreit
09/04/2019 6:15 PM
witchjaz Sunway REIT 3Q NPI up 8%, declares DPU of 2.58 sen - theedgemarkets.com
02/05/2019 11:15 PM
ejtic Decent quarterly dividend
03/05/2019 5:18 PM
葉維強 越升越快。几时要下来。
08/05/2019 11:10 PM
smissions Is the yield under 5% now? Wonder if they are going to benefit from the OPR cut.
09/05/2019 2:17 PM
Ariston Ling Fly high, with higher profit taking + div, which give me Double Bonanza....
10/05/2019 11:36 PM
setyoufree too high to buy, not worth to buy
19/05/2019 8:22 PM
VSOLAR Sailang Margin All In Sunway Pyramid business sehr gut, I go everyday, all the shops also got people, especially restaurants hahaha
19/05/2019 8:23 PM
Kaspersky1991 anyone received div?
01/06/2019 10:45 PM
葉維強 Receiving interest every three months
03/06/2019 3:08 AM
setyoufree too high the price, too low the DY, wait and wait
08/06/2019 7:49 PM
xctznmunhon Ibg more high
06/07/2019 8:03 PM
sg999 BUYBUYBUY.......
07/07/2019 12:51 PM
Apalagikitamau 1.89 can enter?
07/08/2019 9:22 AM
Mabel Everywhere is RED SEA...

Here is still steady...

See you at RM 2.50

07/08/2019 12:58 PM
derricksyl sapu as much as u can
07/08/2019 10:58 PM
RainT 2.50 for SUNREIT ???

you must be joking or dreaming ..
09/08/2019 2:35 PM
RainT IBGREIT high the share price is because the 2 properties that it hold is really
09/08/2019 2:36 PM
RainT OPR cut their financing costs shall get lower

as REITs all properties acquire need bank financing
09/08/2019 2:42 PM
Apalagikitamau when can buy ticket enter this rocket ship?
12/08/2019 11:57 PM
MK4872 Que first la....
13/08/2019 11:57 AM
Taugeh 2+ then split
14/08/2019 11:35 AM
Taugeh buy now and hold for 10 years
14/08/2019 11:36 AM
Lyo82 Thank you Malaysians for your love of shopping. You all make me become richer.
17/08/2019 11:03 AM
William Ng 1.94 sold, wait for 1.89 then buy back
26/08/2019 2:45 PM
William Ng Everytime other stock down REIT sure up, today all red sea, REIT all naik harga
26/08/2019 2:47 PM
akupolitikkk is it OPR cut again
30/08/2019 5:38 PM
hiduphidup soon
10/09/2019 5:04 PM
sg999 still haven't get dividen!!!!
10/09/2019 6:39 PM
skl6097 dividend received... can reinvest again...
11/09/2019 11:52 AM


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