A: Bursa only owns a portion of the cash balance. Higher cash balance is usually due to more funds from operations, higher cash margins received by Bursa Derivatives Clearing and cash collateral for Securities Borrowing and Lending (SBL) activities.Q: How do I calculate the financial resources available for use?
A: The "financial resources available for use" could be derived as follows:
Cash and Bank Balances+ Short Term Investments + Other Investments - adjusted Trade Payables* - CGF contribution from Trading Clearing Participants(TCPs)"
Note: *Adjusted Trade Payables = Trade Payables less accrued interest
A: Bursa Malaysia announces its results quarterly, in April, July, October and January/February. You may sign up with our email alert service to get our notificationQ: Where can I find Bursa Malaysia Berhad's latest financial results?
This information is also available in our Financial Highlights. Please click here
A: For a snapshot of quarterly market statistics, please click here.Bursa Malaysia charges backdated information in accordance to the nature of request. You can write in to our Customer Service department at firstname.lastname@example.org for all backdated market statistics request.
A: Moving forward, Bursa remains committed in ensuring that the securities market continues to be sustainable and vibrant despite increasing volatility from external factors. We will continue to pursue efforts to increase market competitiveness as well as to develop the robustness and resilience of our market.
Potential re-rating catalysts for the market include the acceleration in the implementation of various government transformation programmes, prospects for greater merger and acquisition activities and further divestments by government-linked companies. Malaysia's strong economic fundamentals, positive prospects and sustained domestic corporate earnings growth is also expected to continue to attract portfolio inflows. The recognition of Malaysia as an "Advanced Emerging Market" in the FTSE Global Equity Index Series effective June 2011 will further increase the attractiveness of our market.
In addition, the various capital market initiatives as announced by the Prime Minister in the recent Invest Malaysia 2011 and the strategies unveiled in the Capital Market Masterplan 2 are expected to result in an increasing interest in the Malaysian market.
We also look forward to an improved performance on the derivatives market. Efforts are undertaken to promote the derivatives marketplace to the retail market sector in Malaysia alongside promotions to the institutional participants. Interest in FKLI is expected to move in tandem with the activity of the securities market, while interest in our key product, the FCPO contract, is expected to be sustainable.
We continue to invest in the development of the capital market and the regulatory environment while keeping a close watch on our expenditure. Based on the progress made in 1Q11 and barring any adverse developments, we expect improved level of activity in our markets and financial results for the financial year ending 31 December 2011.
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A: The changes in securities fees are as follows: -
2001 and 2002: -
For derivatives fee structure change, please download here.
A: Yes, there's a restriction on share ownership by any single shareholder who wish to hold 5% or more voting shares in Bursa Malaysia. An application for approval can be made to the Securities Commission, SC will then submit the application with its recommendation to the Minister of Finance. The MOF may grant approval subject to terms and conditions and as deem fit.Q: What is the current shareholding structure of Bursa Malaysia?
A: Our substantial shareholders as at 31 March 2011 are :
Our foreign shareholding @ 31 March 2011 stood at 20.6%.Q: What is Bursa Malaysia Berhad's latest and historical foreign shareholding?
A: Please mail in your request to email@example.com.
A: Bursa's turnover velocity can be calculated daily, monthly or year to date. The formula are as follows:
Annualized Market Transacted Value for the day X 248 days / Market Capitalisation for the day = Percentage of daily velocity
*248=standard annualized trading days.
Calculate the average of the velocity of the month.(Average the daily velocity in the month)
Total market transacted value for the year/ Average market capitalization for the year
To compute the daily annualised market velocity, you can refer to the "Daily Scoreboard" for the "daily market value traded" figures and refer "Key Indicator" to get the "market capitalisation".
Daily Annualised Market Velocity
= Daily Market Value Traded X 248 / Daily Market Capitalisation
= RM 0.76bil X 248 / RM 662.07 bil
A: We are always vigilant on the competitiveness of stock exchanges regionally. In this respect, we, together with the Securities Commission (SC), have amended our Listing Requirements in April 2007 to facilitate cross border listings and also to align with guidance notes issued by SC on the same. We have also conducted roadshows and conferences, both local and overseas, to promote our competitiveness and attractiveness as a listing destination for foreign companies.
Further liberalisation measures has also been announced in June 2009 by our Prime Minister, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to attract foreign companies to list in Malaysia. Please click here to see the FAQs for the new Bumiputera equity requirement for companies seeking listing on Bursa Malaysia.
A: A total of 31.4 mil shares were exercised under the previous ESOS scheme. This is lower than the 13% of total shares (i.e. 65 mil shares) which were approved by shareholders to be given out under that scheme. With the expiry of the ESOS, all unutilised/ outstanding options will not be vested.Q: Where is the software write-off expenses, parked?
A: It is parked under "miscellaneous expenses" of "other operating expenses".Q: Why did the staff cost increase?
A: Our headcount ast at 31st March 2011 is at 630 people vs 31st March 2010 headcount of 609 people. The staff cost hike for 1Q11 is due to the increased headcount, talent attraction & development as well as a one-off CEO transitions cost.