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27 Feb 201731 Dec 2016431 Dec 2016231,356190,914166,85216.210.002.290 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
28 Nov 201631 Dec 2016330 Sep 2016164,49772,70655,5495.430.002.120 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
26 Aug 201631 Dec 2016230 Jun 2016139,37566,71151,5775.100.002.100 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
26 May 201631 Dec 2016131 Mar 2016153,83356,12143,3594.330.002.050 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
26 Feb 201631 Dec 2015431 Dec 201595,48275,92165,2476.550.002.020 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
27 Nov 201531 Dec 2015330 Sep 2015150,12565,44450,6145.220.001.980 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
28 Aug 201531 Dec 2015230 Jun 2015176,67091,27069,2957.252.002.000 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
29 May 201531 Dec 2015131 Mar 2015263,831109,73882,4848.820.001.930 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
27 Feb 201531 Dec 2014431 Dec 2014166,581153,283129,80524.855.002.090 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
28 Nov 201431 Dec 2014330 Sep 2014206,43592,16970,12918.145.003.870 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
26 Aug 201431 Dec 2014230 Jun 2014220,092103,77379,19820.500.003.700 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
28 May 201431 Dec 2014131 Mar 2014207,91880,36961,03415.800.003.490 Malaysia Stock - KLSE Quarter Report History
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12 Oct 201531 Dec 201526 Oct 201528 Oct 201526 Nov 2015Interim Dividend2.00000.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
08 Jul 201531 Dec 201421 Jul 201523 Jul 201517 Aug 2015Final Dividend0.000010.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
07 Jan 201531 Dec 201427 Jan 201529 Jan 201525 Feb 2015Interim Dividend0.000010.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
27 May 201131 Dec 201019 Aug 201123 Aug 201115 Sep 2011First and Final Dividend0.000010.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
04 Jun 201031 Dec 200926 Jul 201028 Jul 201025 Aug 2010First and Final Dividend0.000010.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
29 May 200931 Dec 200819 Aug 200921 Aug 200918 Sep 2009First and Final Dividend0.000010.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
29 May 200831 Dec 200720 Aug 200822 Aug 200818 Sep 2008First and Final Dividend0.000016.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
28 May 200731 Dec 200620 Aug 200722 Aug 200714 Sep 2007First and Final Dividend0.000024.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
26 May 200631 Dec 200518 Aug 200622 Aug 200615 Sep 2006First and Final Dividend0.000022.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend
06 Jun 200531 Dec 200425 Aug 200529 Aug 200526 Sep 2005First and Final Dividend0.000020.00 Malaysia Stock -  Dividend

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03 Dec 201417 Dec 201419 Dec 201419 Dec 2014Bonus Issue1 : 10.000 Malaysia Stock -  Bonus/Rights Issue
14 Jul 201126 Jul 201128 Jul 201128 Jul 2011Rights Issue1 : 40.200 Malaysia Stock -  Bonus/Rights Issue
05 Nov 200730 Nov 200704 Dec 200704 Dec 2007Bonus Issue1 : 30.000 Malaysia Stock -  Bonus/Rights Issue
08 Oct 200323 Oct 200328 Oct 200328 Oct 2003Bonus Issue1 : 30.000 Malaysia Stock -  Bonus/Rights Issue

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kwokyau911
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14 Feb 2012, 05:13 PMPost #1
anyone looking at this share?drool
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14 Feb 2012, 08:06 PMPost #2
This is a very good company. All the data look good. But only 5cents dividend. rant
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28 Feb 2012, 02:32 PMPost #3
lolmadlolmadlolmadlolmadlolmadlol
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28 Feb 2012, 07:55 PMPost #4
...kwokyau911 @ 28 Feb 2012, 02:32 PM
Why u so frustratedlol
kwokyau911
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02 Mar 2012, 04:33 AMPost #5
coz the 4th quarter report disappointing me. feel very upsetmad
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02 Mar 2012, 05:27 PMPost #6
coz the 4th quarter report disappointing me. feel very upset...kwokyau911 @ 02 Mar 2012, 04:33 AM
Last time I buy at 1.820 sell at 1.9 something I 4 get ady ,it goreng till 2.10 i didn't sell it ...cilaka but still untunglahsmile
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07 Aug 2014, 05:33 PMPost #7
rolleyesKSL is expected to make RECORD profit in 2Q14 due to the completion of Phase 1 (GDV RM 386mn) at Canary Garden, Klang in June this year. Phase 2 of the RM 5 billion project is in progress, which includes commercial properties. Also, several projects in Iskandar region are in-progress, such as D'Inspire Residence (http://ksl.my/dinspire/progress.php ), and township development at Nusa Bestari, Nusajaya ( http://www.ksl.my/bestariheights/site/master.php) and Kempas Indah ( http://www.ksl.my/kempasindah/site/psp.php).

New developments expected to kick off in 2H2014 include D'secret garden ( http://ksl.my/dsecretgarden/) KSL Residences@Daya (http://www.kslresidences.com/images-gallery-ksl-residences/ )and 18 Madge(GDV RM 200mn) near KLCC ( http://18madge.com/). KSL also build affordable houses at smaller towns of Muar, Kluang, Segamat and Labis.

With second quarter EPS expected at a record high of 19.6sen (+15% y-o-y), first half 2014 EPS comes to 35sen. Annualised EPS is 70sen. At current price of 2.44, KSL is selling at a very low PE of 3.5x. Ascribing a PE ratio of 7-8 times for midcap property player, the fair value of KSL is RM 4.90 to RM 5.60. Given that it is selling at >50% discount, KSL is a no brainer investment for Graham or Buffett-like investors.
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08 Aug 2014, 09:06 AMPost #8
10 Malaysian Firms That Made Forbes’ Best Under A Billion - Forbes
Author: Tan KW | Publish date: Wed, 6 Aug 13:35



Ten Malaysian companies made it to Forbes’ annual Best Under A Billion list this year, which highlights firms based in the Asia-Pacific that are consistent performers and make under US$1 billion in sales.
Investment holding companies KSL, Time dotCom and Tune Ins were among the firms that made the cut after Forbes screened 17,000 publicly traded companies in the region.
The resulting 200, the business magazine said, are un-ranked and “represent the top 1.1% of the SME sector in the region”.
Take a look at the 10 Malaysian companies on that list.
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08 Aug 2014, 09:06 AMPost #9
10 Malaysian Firms That Made Forbes’ Best Under A Billion - Forbes
Author: Tan KW | Publish date: Wed, 6 Aug 13:35



Ten Malaysian companies made it to Forbes’ annual Best Under A Billion list this year, which highlights firms based in the Asia-Pacific that are consistent performers and make under US$1 billion in sales.
Investment holding companies KSL, Time dotCom and Tune Ins were among the firms that made the cut after Forbes screened 17,000 publicly traded companies in the region.
The resulting 200, the business magazine said, are un-ranked and “represent the top 1.1% of the SME sector in the region”.
Take a look at the 10 Malaysian companies on that list.
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16 Aug 2014, 10:04 AMPost #10
rolleyesPublished: Saturday August 16, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Updated: Saturday August 16, 2014 MYT 7:04:53 AM
KSL strategy pays off

BY LIZ LEE


KSL Holdings Bhd's main rental income contribution comes from KSL City, the integrated development in Johor Bahru city centre comprising a mall, a five-star hotel and two blocks of serviced apartments.

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SPEAK of the Johor property market and it brings to mind the myriad players, foreign and local, who are riding on the Iskandar Malaysia masterplan.

For KSL Holdings Bhd, where Johor has always been its playground, the secret to its well-run business is in knowing what the locals want and sticking to areas its knows how to extract the best returns from.

To reflect that, KSL has shown a strong set of financial figures in the past three years as its projects in Johor Bahru and Klang took off.

Providing that significant boost to the numbers was also its rental income from its KSL City integrated development just 10 minutes away from the Johor Bahru Customs, Immigration and Quarantine Complex.

The group also has rental income from two properties leased to grocery chain, Giant in Muar and Nusa Bestari.

In its 2013 financial results, KSL recorded earnings of RM172.4mil, 35% higher than a year ago. Its revenue for the year was RM688.2mil. Of that, RM135mil was from rental while RM551mil came from property sales.

For 2014, its first quarter ended March 31 continued its upward momentum, recording RM61.03mil in net profits, 27.5% higher than the corresponding period a year back.

Revenue more than doubled to RM207.92mil.

Executive chairman Ku Hwa Seng believed that the second quarter results would be good as well, and the outlook for the second half of the year positive.

Contradictorily, the group has not been generous on its dividend payout in the past three years.

Ku admits that the group has not rewarded its shareholders although prior to 2011, the group had consistently distributed dividends.

“We have been investing a lot into our business. Therefore, we have held back our dividend distribution since 2011,” Ku says.

The executive chairman says he intends to bring up a dividend reinvestment plan in the next board meeting, taking heed from a suggestion given by a shareholder in its annual general meeting in June.

“Nothing has been discussed yet but the idea is to partly give out shares as dividend,” he says.

At the moment, KSL has several ongoing high-rise and landed property projects in Johor Bahru. Ku notes that the projects are overall 70% taken up, to which a property market observer says is a good rate against the backdrop of the current property market.

“Most developers need at least 50% take-up rate to break even. Do note that KSL has low land cost in addition to the reasonably good take-up rate,” the market observer points out.

To date, the group has an unbilled sales of just over RM1bil. Its sales target for the year is RM1bil as well and Ku says the group has achieved almost 75% of that year-to-date.

KSL’s remaining gross development value (GDV) is estimated to be RM4bil to RM5bil.

A banker familiar with property deals highlights that the Johor property market is very sentiment-driven. While the Malaysian property sector has softened this year, KSL’s financials suggests that it could weather the slowdown comfortably, the banker says.

“Looking at its segmentised earnings, KSL has an estimated profit after tax margin of 28% to 29% from its property development business.

“That is among the highest margins in public listed property developers and I think that can last the group another six to seven quarters. By then, the Johor property market could be buoyed again by any newsflow on the High Speed Rail,” the banker foresees, assuming KSL does not embark on aggressive landbanking.

The source adds that KSL would appear to be a good alternative to UEM Sunrise Bhd, especially for investors who want exposure in the Johor property market but believe that the principal developer of Iskandar Malaysia is already overexposed among investors.

KSL’s share price has been on the uptrend in the past several weeks. It closed eight sen higher at RM3.70 yesterday, making a year-to-date return of 68%.

A source says that funds have been taking note of the undervalued counter; among those who were said to be interested were Permodalan Nasional Bhd, Pelaburan Mara Bhd and some insurance firms.

KSL has a market capitalisation of RM1.4bil and is trading on a current price-to-earnings of 7.54 times.

Homeground advantage

Ku agrees that the Johor property sector has seen a lot of newcomers in the past few years but while competition is tough, KSL has been able to beat that with its advantage as a Johor-grown property group.

“Yes, there have been many new players in the market like the China developers and those from Kuala Lumpur but most of them are at the seaside or waterfront, which are better locations. But this means they are out of the conventional development areas, which is where we have always been operating,” Ku compares.

Another of KSL’s winning point is its low land cost from as far back as the early 2000s, before Johor was marketed as Iskandar Malaysia.

Ku, one of the three sons at the helm of the business started by his father, shares with StarBizWeek that the cost for the group’s land bank accumulated in and around Johor Bahru over 10 years ago were between RM3 to RM6.50 per sq ft.

“The later ones are a far cry from the prices we could get back then. Our latest purchase of a small piece of land in Kangkar Tebrau was RM150 per sq ft,” he notes, adding that this was adjacent to KSL’s land which transacted at RM8 per sq ft 10 years ago.

Today, land prices in coveted areas within the Iskandar Malaysia development blueprint could cost as high as RM1,000 per sq ft.

Aside from locking in the low land cost, Ku says KSL’s products are targeted at a slightly different market, mostly of Johoreans and Singaporeans. Many of the latest developments in the Iskandar Malaysia region are priced beyond RM1mil.

“Not many commonfolk are actually able to afford property units priced above RM1mil,” he notes realistically. “Although we are moving towards building more high-end residentials, we have kept our high-rise prices affordable at a range of RM500,000 to RM700,000.”

Although Iskandar Malaysia has attracted a number of competitors, KSL has also benefitted from the attention on its homeground. For one, it has pushed Johor’s property market onto the portfolios of many foreign investors from Singapore as well as China, Hong Kong and Taiwan.

Foreign buyers make up nearly 20% of KSL’s total purchasers and the bulk of that comes from across the Causeway. Though most buy to invest, a fraction of KSL’s Singaporean customers are homebuyers who prefer to live in Johor Bahru and commuting to Singapore for work.

On the recent Causeway toll hike, Ku believes it will not dampen the sentiment for Johor properties among Singaporeans as the city-state dwellers loved to travel out.

“There is a kneejerk pull-back as the market adjusts to the new toll rates but (the Singaporeans) will return. They visit Johor because they can escape the crowd in Singapore. From here they can travel up north to Malacca, Kuala Lumpur and even Thailand,” he says, brushing off the notion like a housefly.

As at December 31, 2013, the group’s land bank spans 2,100 acres held for current and future development strategically located in Johor Bahru, Batu Pahat, Kluang, Segamat, Muar, Mersing, Klang and Kuala Lumpur.

Ku says the group is not actively looking to replenish land bank in areas it is not already in.

In its 2013 annual report, KSL says most of these properties will help sustain the group’s medium to long-term development and profitability. The properties are available for immediate development as they have been granted approval for sub-division.

For the rest of 2014, it aims to launch three new projects including the low-density serviced apartment, 18 Madge in Kuala Lumpur city centre, and continues with its repeat launches for ongoing projects.

Going forward, the group plans to build more high-rise residentials as “the trend is that now, that is what the market wants”.
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24 Aug 2014, 11:48 AMPost #11
rolleyesAffin IB recommended investor accumulate their Top Featured Stock which includes KSL.



"Strategy-wise, given that the short-term trend has turned positive towards 1,880, traders should accumulate our last recommended Top Featured Stocks which include the likes of Gamuda, Bursa, IHH, IGB, Sunway, Westports, Econpile, Pintaras, Sentoria, Huayang, KSL, and Matrix," he added.

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