Performance as at 14 Oct 2020
17/10/2020 07:23 am MYT
T +
T -

*Special Dividend of 9.5 sen per share less Income Tax of 25% for the financial year ended 31 May 2013 is deducted from NAV and share price as at 17th September 2013.  

NOTE: % change and Total Returns are calculated based on the announced figures plus the dividend paid.

The performance of Berhad for the period 19 Oct 2005 to 31 Dec 2016 has been independently verified. The performance for the period 1 Jan 2017 to 14 Oct 2020 is believed to be reliable, but has not been independently verified. Past performance and any forecast are not necessarily indicative of future or likely performance.

-- Enquiries --

Call your broker for investing in the Berhad. Alternatively contact us at or call us at (603) 2070 2106 – 08.

Note from Publisher
Although the novel coronavirus wrought havoc upon the Malaysian economy and greatly disrupted the day to day lives of ordinary Malaysians, its destruction is by all accounts mild when compared with the man-made disasters Malaysians have had to endure. For example, the Covid-19 case resurgence and the ensuing CMCO were totally avoidable. So were the frequent water cuts in the Klang Valley. These incidents epitomise the real problems facing Malaysia, whereby a gross lack of accountability culture has led to the flagrant mismanagement of the country’s precious resources, with such misconduct simply left to continue. Well, it is not as though Malaysia’s senior leaders have faced accountability for their own missteps, so why would the rest of the country ?

Even the Palace has had to issue a statement advising politicians to put the interests of the people and the country first when His Majesty sees that politicians are more interested in petty power struggles than the things they are supposed to do. The country’s future is doomed for as long as such culture of unaccountability stays and multiplies.
Capital Dynamics Sdn Bhd and Capital Dynamics Asset Management Sdn Bhd, being capital market intermediaries licensed by the Securities Commission of Malaysia, are operating as usual in accordance with the Standard Operating Procedures ("SOP") prescribed by the relevant authorities during the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) period. We will continue to take precautionary measures to protect our employees, clients and other stakeholders. Among others, all visitors must wear face masks, having their body temperature recorded, making health declaration and ensure social distancing when you visit any of our Kuala Lumpur offices. To better manage your visits and avoid inconveniences, you are advised to make an appointment with us before your visit. For our Kuala Lumpur office, you may reach us at +603-2070 2104 or 2105 or 2106 or email us at (investment advisory) or (asset management).
Stock Selections
Corporate News