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KEMASKINI 1/11 - Penjelasan 1MDB Versi Bahasa Kebangsaan - KLiK.

1MDB ada mengeluarkan kenyataan akhbar bagi menjawab persoalan2 yang ditimbulkan oleh rakyat. Dari laman web 1MDB , saya copy sepenuhnya di bawah. Malas saya nak terjemahkan, sama2 kita tunggu versi Bahasa Kebangsaan nya...


1MDB clears the air 


Over the past week, there has been considerable speculation about various elements of 1MDB’s business. Whilst the majority of issues have previously been raised and subsequently addressed by the company, we take the allegations very seriously. As such, we wish to take this opportunity to respond to these unsubstantiated claims, with the intention of presenting the other side of the story and allowing readers to develop their own informed views about 1MDB. 

Bond / Debt Issuances

Concerns have been raised about the 5.75% interest rate assigned to a RM5.0 billion Islamic bond that was issued by 1MDB in 2009, with suggestions that this was a bond with a particularly high interest rate. As a comparison, it has been noted that another government-linked company Petronas paid an interest rate of 3.60% on a bond at the same time.

This is an unfair comparison that does not take into account a number of important factors.

When subscribing to a bond, lenders take on a certain degree of risk.  The longer the tenure, the higher the risk for the bondholder.  As such, bonds that have a longer maturity period typically have a higher interest rate. 

As far as we are aware, the only Petronas-related bond issued in 2009 that carried a coupon rate of 3.6% was for a RM100 million bond with the tenure of only three years.

Given the significant difference between the maturity periods, it should not be surprising that the bond issued by 1MDB had a higher interest rate.

More broadly, it is important to note that the bond issued by 1MDB in 2009 was the first Malaysian bond with a 30-year tenure, and the first Islamic bond to be issued with a maturity period of that length. 

Given the economic climate of the time, the fact that 1MDB successfully managed to raise this amount of capital reflects the support, goodwill and confidence placed in the company. 

We have also noted with concern unsubstantiated speculation that a portion of this interest rate has been paid to ‘middle-men’ as a benefit payment of sorts. This is a serious allegation.  We wish to make clear in unequivocal terms that the entirety of the 5.75% annual interest rate is paid to our bondholders, which include some of Malaysia’s leading institutions, twice a year in accordance with the payment schedule. To suggest otherwise or insinuate that a portion of this amount is being paid to middlemen is factually incorrect. 

Further to this, concerns have also been raised about the commission and fees incurred by 1MDB for two additional debt issuances in 2012 and 2013, for US$1.75 billion and US$3.0 billion respectively. 

Both these bonds were issued at a discount typical of most bond offerings.  Any difference between par value (issued value) and the net proceeds of a bond comprises not only fees and other expenses but also its effective yield, which takes into account the discount and the remaining tenure of the bond. 

We would like to make clear that the bulk of the difference between the bonds’ par value and the net proceeds are attributed to the bonds being issued at a discount. This decision is to ensure the successful completion of the fundraising in view of internal and external factors of the market, the speed to complete the offering and the scale of the underwriting.
 
Both debt issuances were fully underwritten by Goldman Sachs which is a leading global investment bank.  It is one of a handful of banks with the ability to underwrite debt issuances of this size and scale. The bonds which are issued at a discount to its par value ensures the timely and successful completion of our debt issuances, in what was still a challenging time for the global economy.


With respect to the aforementioned transactions, we have noted with concern the insinuation that Goldman Sachs may have made payments to third parties, an allegation that we deny in unequivocal terms. Goldman Sachs has publicly stated: “Other than legal and accounting firms providing professional services, no fees or commissions were paid by 1MDB or Goldman Sachs to external third parties in connection with these transactions, nor have we ever been asked by 1MDB or others to pay such fees or commissions.”

Debt Levels

Like any major company, 1MDB has raised capital on the international debt markets to finance specific projects, the scale of which has required us to do so. All of our debt is backed by solid assets, and the total value of our assets (RM44.67 billion as at the financial year end of March 2013), comfortably exceeds the value of our total debts (RM37 billion for the same period).  

It is also important to note that we have never missed a payment schedule, nor do we intend to do so. Our consistent ability to raise funds on the international markets, and from quality investors, reflects the confidence they place in us. The listing of our energy business is one of a series of exercises that we intend to carry out to deleverage our balance sheet.


Furthermore, we are developing our real estate business with projects such as TRX and Bandar Malaysia.  Over the past year, we have entered into a number of agreements with leading companies and institutions from around the world such as international property and infrastructure group Lend Lease.  All these will lead to an in-flow of capital into Malaysia.  

As we continue to enhance the value of our real estate assets, allowing us to further monetise, with the funds generated being used to drive future growth as well as reduce our debt levels.

Overpaying for Assets

In addition to claims centred around 1MDB’s debt issuances, allegations regarding the amounts paid by 1MDB for its energy and real estate assets have been raised again as well.

Like any other company, we only acquire assets when we are convinced that they represent compelling value for our business. In line with the Government’s strategic aim of ensuring Malaysia’s energy security, we have acquired a number of energy assets since 2012. These acquisitions have allowed us to diversify our fuel mix and country risks, as well as benefit from healthy cash flows and the expertise of their excellent management teams. 

The claims relating to the amounts we paid for our energy assets revolve around values that were attributed to the assets at the time they were acquired and on the basis of certain assumptions made by external parties. However, we take a long term view and consider broader synergies for the group, as well as the social and economic impact on the country, when we evaluate assets and forecast economic returns. As such, we believe that the value we paid for these assets - which may have involved a premium in certain instances, as is common when acquiring another business - is commensurate with their existing and future potential.  

1MDB has also been subjected to claims that it overpaid for land parcels in Penang. The land in question is located in Air Itam, a much sought-after area where property prices have seen a substantial increase in recent years. 

The size of the land acquired will allow us to build close to 10,000 affordable homes, and we intend to use the remaining parcel of land – which would be of a considerable size – for other development purposes from which we would expect to generate significant value. As such, we are confident of adding to the overall value of the land, and believe that the price we paid is commensurate with this. 

This is reflected in the prices that other developers have paid to acquire land in neighbouring areas which, at over RM200 per sq ft, is substantially higher than what we paid. We understand that in one instance, dating back to 2013, approximately 9.8 hectares in Air Itam were purchased for RM267.4 million, about RM251 per sq ft, for a mixed-use development.

Preferential Treatment on Tenders for Power Projects

Our scale as Malaysia’s second largest independent power producer, successful track record in the sector, and experienced management team mean that we are a competitive player in any tender process. Earlier this year, a joint consortium consisting of 1MDB and Mitsui & Co participated in an open and competitive tender exercise for a 2000MW coal-fired power plant known as Project 3B. Following due consideration of the various bids, the Energy Commission announced that our consortium had been chosen as the preferred bidder.

Subsequently, there have been suggestions that 1MDB received preferential treatment, and that our joint bid was not as good as that submitted by other participants in the process. Any award is based on a number of considerations to ensure secure and cost-effective energy supplies to consumers, for instance: the technical standards of the bid, the track record of the company, the bidding price, the urgency of the project and energy security and the whole systems cost of the bid.

As the Energy Commission announced in a public statement, the 1MDB-Mitsui Consortium has won the bidding exercise “in a fair and square manner with a well-proven technology that would enhance security of supply expected of a 2000MW coal-fired power plant operating in a grid system of our size”.

It is also worth noting that 1MDB was not successful in other tenders we have participated in, namely the gas-fired Prai plant bid and the 1000MW coal-fired power plant.  Both projects went to TNB, whom the authorities view as offering a better package, despite 1MDB offering the lowest bid price for the Prai bid.  

Project financing for 3B 

1MDB would like to state that its consortium paid less than RM8 million to assemble and submit our bid for Project 3B. This is about half the amount a business daily claimed other bidders spent for this stage. 

To our knowledge, no other bidder has come on record to reveal this information because this is confidential business information. We are making this known because we want to put to rest these baseless insinuations. 


1MDB did not spend US$100million to win Project 3B.  

Upon award, the 1MDB-Mitsui Consortium moved to the next development stage to bring the plant into operation, expected in 2018. This development period thus makes up the bulk of the development costs. 

Development cost or development fee is what is paid to the project sponsor for the development work done by the sponsor to bring the project to realization, from the bid process all the way through to the plant operation. It is not a reimbursement cost. 

For project financing in the power industry, development costs typically run to between 5% and 8%. Our development costs – which are inclusive of any development fees incurred by the project partners, 1MDB and Mitsui – are 5.5% of the project cost, which is at the lower end of the scale.

1MDB is confident of our international-style project financing done in close partnership with our international partner Mitsui, one of the largest general trading companies in Japan. Project financing of this kind where equity is back-ended, is a first for Malaysia but common for large international projects. 

It will help improve the project sponsor’s equity return, due to the effect of time value of money, as the payment is made upfront rather than from the operational cash flow of the project.  The amount is negotiated and subject to lenders’ approval. 

Furthermore, any accusations that our 3B sukuk bondholders will bear any hidden risks are completely untrue and irresponsible. Our bond exercise comes with a bank guarantee which ensures the promoters’ commitment on the injection of equity. The security of cash flow and returns to bondholders is assured. 

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Anonymous
October 30, 2014 at 7:45 PM

Laaa...patut la PM Najib tak dapat nak terangkan kepada rakyat...complicated rupanya...kena ada IQ tinggi utk participate dlm apa2 discussion tahap level tinggi mcm nie...teringat cakap org2 pakar dulu...cuba convince kepala org dulu kalau gagal confused kan kepala org tu. Takpe la...mungkin ada benar jugak penerangan 1MDB tu utk kita cerna termasuk la Tun M yg mengungkitkan isu2 ini. Cuma satu je la...cuba compare apa yg ditanya oleh Tun M dan apa yg telah dijawab oleh 1MDB...jeng..jeng...especially tang debt levels tu...

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October 30, 2014 at 8:30 PM

Benda ini patut dalam laporan kewangan beraudit. Paparkan dalam akbar baru telus. Dengan itu pakar-pakar kewangan luar dapat menilai.

Bila melibatkan syarikat, pelaburan, rakan bisnes strategik dan segala berkaitan, angka-angka menjadi keutamaan. Tiada laporan rasmi tahunan, bermakna tiada ketelusan. Itu yang Tun M gusarkan agak nya...

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Anonymous
October 30, 2014 at 8:52 PM

Salam,
Kita mungkin tak sampai tu nak faham. Tp lita harap tun dan blogger lain akan terus tanya dan berfikir kerana 1mdb guna duit yg banyak. Kalu berada dijln yg betul, mungkin kredit terbaik utk ah jib gor. Kalu tak, kubur terbaik utk pm

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Anonymous
October 30, 2014 at 9:11 PM

Sikit pun dia tak jawab pasal takde financial report, tukar tukar auditor. Nak ulas banyak2 pun malas sebab orang ada ke pm yg terajui 1mdb ni masuk2 tender untuk negara? Kau nak jadi bisnes man ke kau nak pemimpin? Tahpape.

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Anonymous
October 30, 2014 at 11:01 PM

buka tajuk subsidi tenaga pulak

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October 30, 2014 at 11:08 PM

beza antara eset rm44.67b & hutang rm37b cuma rm7.6b. soalan: liquid asset berapa b? nilai tanah berapa b pulak. depa harap nilai tanah akan naik mencacak, sebab tu depa takdak masalah nak bayar hutang.

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 1:16 AM

Tun M tanya nape pinjam byk2 utk menjana kekayaan sebab duit tu duit pinjam yg kena bayar balik campur interest. Kalau ada projek2 yg baik takan la jumlah hutang sampai sebanyak itu. Sovereign wealth fund nie dalam bahasa lain tabung milik kerajaan yg ada duit lebihan yg perlu dilabur balik...tapi cerita skrg nie 1MDB pinjam sana sini...lepas tu cerita mcm nie laa...aku pinjam rm1000 drp org pastu tolak komisyen sana sini (mcm bagi kat abg aku 20% ke...pastu mak aku 10%) dan bagi jaminan interest setahun 20%....so duit asal rm1000 cuma tinggal dalam rm500 utk aku pakai. Tetiba aku pakai cuma rm200 dan lagi rm300 aku masuk ASB sebab tak guna duit tu. Org pon mesti la bisingkan...apasal suku sakat ko bagi komisyen free2 dapat 20%+30% pastu ko cakap bagi bunga hujung tahun 20% tapi yg aku benar2 nak pakai cuma rm200 jer....ko nak sapu komisyen ke atau ko nak benar2 berniaga buat duit kan? Lepas tu aku cakap apa laa korang nak bising2...aku ada asset la nak backing mcm motor kapchai bapak aku...motor passola mak aku...dan aku tak pernah miss bayar hutang. Apa mau bising2? Pandai la aku bayar nanti....gitu lerr. Sama la nie...mcm2 1MDB cakap betapa ada keperluan meminjam utk jana kekayaan tapi pinjam banyak2...komisyen bagi sana sini...pastu yg dibeli janakuasa2 yg dah berumur...pastu harga mahal...pastu gebang sana sini future project yg tak jelas untung rugi....mcm nak buat janakuasa lagi...so Tun M pon start ler bertanya sebab akhbar The Edge dah mula nak korek sana sini pekung UMNO yg kepala dia Najib. Ex-PM cuma tanya PM...apa menda yg ko nak buat dgn 1MDB niee...ko kan pengerusi 1MDB..apasal anak buah ko buat 1MDB nie mcm 1MummyDaddyBerhad...itu tabung bukan mak bapak ko punya tapi milik penuh kerajaan..kalau setakat guna utk pinjam duit baik ko kaut je drp Khazanah yg skrg nie tgh selamatkan MAS...man...same shit but only different asses...tolak tepi la duit rakyat ke duit sapa ker...yg pasti kalau duit takde kerajaan akan muflis...kalau hutang byk sgt...kerajaan akan muflis...so tempias tetap kena kt rakyat...kalau 1MDB tu milik 1MummyDaddy Berhad takpe la sebab pemilik adalah mak bapak diorang...so cuma mak bapak diorang je la yg tanggung...Tun M pon cakap masa aku dulu tak payah wat menda2 nie pon dah boleh maju negara...duit siap berlambak2 aku kumpul dlm Khazanah...dah ada Khazanah watpe nak 1MDB gi..? EPF ada...Tabung Haji ada...semua2 tu menda yg sama tabung dana utk menjana ekonomi..Aku rasa Najib pon jawab kt situ semua takde brand "1Malaysia"...so tak kira laaaa...begitulah al-kisahnyaaaa...

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 1:16 AM

Mana audit report ke atas 1mdb ni?

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 3:30 AM

Salam Pok Din,
Saya terpanggil jugak untuk member sedikit ulasan sperti dibawah ini:-

Statement:
Over the past week, there has been considerable speculation about various elements of 1MDB’s business. Whilst the majority of issues have previously been raised and subsequently addressed by the company, we take the allegations very seriously. As such, we wish to take this opportunity to respond to these unsubstantiated claims, with the intention of presenting the other side of the story and allowing readers to develop their own informed views about 1MDB.

“As such, we wish to take this opportunity to respond to these unsubstantiated claims, with the intention of presenting the other side of the story and allowing readers to develop their own informed views about 1MDB”.

Comment:
Sebenarnya “Unsubstantiated claims” wujud kerana 1MDB sendiri tidak menyediakan sebuah laporan lengkap mengenai kedudukan kewangan syarikat, sepertimana syarikat lain, dan jawapan yang diberikan hanya berpusing tanpa adanya asas kewangan yang kukuh untuk di ulas seperti sebuah laporan kewangan tahunan syarikat.

Ya, sebagai sebuah syarikat Sdn Bhd, laporan kewangan bukanlah untuk public, akan tetapi harus diingat bahwa 1MDB adalah sebuah syarikat milik MOF dan MOF ialah sebuah badan Kerajaan, jadi Rakyat berhak untuk mendapatkan informasi tentang laporan kewangan tahunan secara lengkap dan menyeluruh.

Ketiadaan laporan kewangan mengundang spekulasi dan pelbagai tohmahan yang tiada kesudahan, kerajaan samada di parlimen mahupun 1MDB sendiri akan terus secara paksa menjawab pelbagai spekulasi dan tohmahan tersebut.

Statement:
Bond / Debt Issuances
When subscribing to a bond, lenders take on a certain degree of risk. The longer the tenure, the higher the risk for the bondholder. As such, bonds that have a longer maturity period typically have a higher interest rate.
As far as we are aware, the only Petronas-related bond issued in 2009 that carried a coupon rate of 3.6% was for a RM100 million bond with the tenure of only three years.
Given the significant difference between the maturity periods, it should not be surprising that the bond issued by 1MDB had a higher interest rate.
More broadly, it is important to note that the bond issued by 1MDB in 2009 was the first Malaysian bond with a 30-year tenure, and the first Islamic bond to be issued with a maturity period of that length.

Comment:

International Islamic Financial Market – Sukuk Report melaporkan Halllmark Sukuk Issues from Malaysia – Nucleus Avenue (Malakoff Corporation) issued RM8 Billion (US$2.5 Billion) in 2007 as the First Hybrid Sukuk in the World with 50 years tenor.

-Binariang GSM issued RM5.35 Billion (US$4.8 Billion) in 2007 which categorized the Largest-Ever Sukuk Issue in the World with 20 years tenor.
Sila rujuk http://www.kantakji.com/media/7465/c9.pdf

Tidak dinyatakan kadar faedah di dalam laporan tersebut, walaubagaimanapon, 1MDB bukanlah yang pertama mengeluarkan bond paling lama tempoh, seperti di atas.

Boleh rujuk weblink di bawah untuk mendapatkan lebih banyak info mengenai sukuk.

www.assaif.org/index.php/content/download/60321/295392/file/IIFM%20Sukuk%20Report%20(3rd%20Edition)%20A%20Comprehensive%20study%20of%20the%20Global%20Sukuk%20Market.pdf

bersambung....

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 3:39 AM

sambungan...

Statement:
Both debt issuances were fully underwritten by Goldman Sachs which is a leading global investment bank. It is one of a handful of banks with the ability to underwrite debt issuances of this size and scale. The bonds which are issued at a discount to its par value ensures the timely and successful completion of our debt issuances, in what was still a challenging time for the global economy.

Comment:
Again, I disagree with the above statement, as Goldman Sachs, one of Wall Street's most prestigious investment banks, was also among the many banks in 2008 and 2009 to receive billions of dollars in taxpayer money to help it stay afloat.

http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/10/16/goldman-sachs-tops-estimates-on-rise-in-market-volatility/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0

Statement:
Debt Levels
Like any major company, 1MDB has raised capital on the international debt markets to finance specific projects, the scale of which has required us to do so. All of our debt is backed by solid assets, and the total value of our assets (RM44.67 billion as at the financial year end of March 2013), comfortably exceeds the value of our total debts (RM37 billion for the same period).

Comment:
Given the above, honestly I am a bit worried and its alarming, with RM44.67 Billion assets, 1MDB decided to obtain RM37 Billion of debt and still very comfortable with RM7.67 Billion narrow margin, which less than half available??

Statement:
Preferential Treatment on Tenders for Power Projects
Our scale as Malaysia’s second largest independent power producer, successful track record in the sector, and experienced management team mean that we are a competitive player in any tender process…..

Comment:

On the contrary, what is the benefit to the Malaysian public IF 1MDB has such expertise and claimed to be as secondary largest independent power producer? Why are we experiencing the electric tariff keep on increasing??

Saya tak berminat nak spekulate lebih2, asalkan tarif elektrik tak naik sudah, jangan nanti bila nak sampai tempoh matang Bond tersebut, tarif elekrik naik..dan terus naik..

Statement:
Project financing for 3B

1MDB did not spend US$100million to win Project 3B….?? Upon award, the 1MDB-Mitsui Consortium moved to the next development stage to bring the plant into operation, expected in 2018. This development period thus makes up the bulk of the development costs…….


Comment:
This statement lead to a speculation as if 1MDB really spent to win the project? What a shame, confidently why not say 1MDB did not pay a single cent to win the project?

Kemungkinan 1MDB tidak melihat dari sudut yang berlainan dengan statement tersebut, walhal ianya mengundang pelbagai spekulasi??

1MDB explained how the money/fees being spent but I sincerely believe this is not the way to answer speculation subject especially with the above statement?

No sensitivity or careless?

Statement:
Furthermore, any accusations that our 3B sukuk bondholders will bear any hidden risks are completely untrue and irresponsible. Our bond exercise comes with a bank guarantee which ensures the promoters’ commitment on the injection of equity. The security of cash flow and returns to bondholders is assured.

Comment:
1MDB should clarify on the issuance of 3B sukuk which comes with Bank Guarantee.. this is a bit ackward…3B Sukuk is a debt issuance and is secured by another bank guarantee which is also another form of Debt Issuance?? What is the credit rating of 3B Sukuk? Dalam kata mudahnya, Kenapa 3B Sukuk (Hutang) kena jamin dengan Jaminan Bank (suatu lagi bentuk hutang)... Bukankah ini namanya Hutang Berganda??

Anak Warisan Dari Ampang

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 3:57 AM

Ada sikit lagi penambahan Pok Din dalam bahagian penerbitan sukuk.

Mengikut Laporan IIFM Sukuk Report (3rd Edition) – A Comprehensive Study of Global Sukuk Market :

1. Pada 2012, Malakof Corporation menerbitkan Domestic Sukuk Al-Musharakah sebanyak US$576 Million dengan tenor selama 30 tahun

2. The biggest Sukuk Issuance from PLUS – Malaysia – Twenty Three Domestic Quasi-Sovereign Sukuk Issuance of various tenors, Al-Musharaka – amount 9,728 Million (9.728 Billion) with average tenor of 16 years.

3. Khazanah Nasional Bhd – Four Domestic Quasi-Sovereign Sukuk Issuances of various tenors, Al-Musharakah amounting 1,450 Million with average tenor 15 years.

4. International Sukuk Issuance 2001 to Jan 2013, Malaysia – 19 issues with 9,677 Million (9.677 Billion)

5. Domestic Sukuk Issuance 2001 – Jan 2013, Malaysia – 3,026 Issues with 314,820 Million. (314.82 Billion).

Boleh download untuk pengetahuan di weblink dibawah:
www.assaif.org/index.php/content/download/60321/295392/file/IIFM%20Sukuk%20Report%20(3rd%20Edition)%20A%20Comprehensive%20study%20of%20the%20Global%20Sukuk%20Market.pdf

or browse/google – IIFM Sukuk Report (3rd Edition) A comprehensive Sturdy of Global Sukuk Market.

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 6:56 AM

Lepas baca 'penjelasan' 1MDB tu..majoriti rakyat malaysia faham ke tidak? Nmpk sgt penjelasan dibuat bukan dgn niat utk memberi penjelasan..audit report mana?

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 7:26 AM

Er ... din ... bilakah bulan bahasa kebangsaan ...
Kita tunggu bulan bahasa kebangsaan la ... kerana pada bulan itu bahasa kebangsaan akan digunakan sepenuhnya ... bulan2 lain tak perlu guna bahasa kebangsaan ... er sebab itu ah jib gong blur hantar anaknya ke sekolah jenis kebangsaan ... kerana bahasa kebangsaan hanya digunakan pada bulan bahasa kebangsaan sahaja ... hidup ah jib gong blur ... ulang 3 X ... slogan baru umno ganti hidup melayu ...

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 8:25 AM

Terbaik bro.. Analogi yg sng nk fhm dn memudahkan mesej utk dicerna.

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October 31, 2014 at 8:29 AM

@Anonymousterimakasih di atas ulasan saudara ... saya pun rasa penjelasan 1mdb tak berapa menyakinkan cuma tak dapat nak luahkan dlm perkataan hehehe ...

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October 31, 2014 at 8:34 AM

@Anonymousselain dari menghormati Bahasa Kebangsaan, perlu diingat, isu 1mdb dah jadi satu isu politik yg diperkatakan orangramai bukan saja oleh para ekonomis jadi penjelasan harus mengambilkita kedua segmen itu - secara professional dan utk org awam.

Berapa sangatlah belanja nak dapatkan khidmat penterjemah professional dan konsultan yg mahir dlm menangani isu sebegini ..... 1mdb kan main billion2.

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October 31, 2014 at 8:39 AM

@AnonymousMat Maslan katanya nak tolong jawab isu ni di Parlimen , pastikan ada penjelasan kenapa belum ada audit report dan penyata kewangan untuk menyokong sebarang penjelasan

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 12:07 PM

Din..xperlu nk faham secara detail bab pinjaman ni tpi yg nyata goldman sachs tu entiti rothschild, keluarga yahudi yg mmg terkenal dgn blackmail secara pinjaman...bnyk negara2 islam dpt dijajah dgn cara manipulasi pinjaman cara ni...agak2 sbb tu la melayu/islam kat msia makin hancur time najib jdi pm...renung2kan lah..

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 12:10 PM

Salam,

Ni kalu orang bawah yg bagi report macam 1mdb beri, keluar biji mata pemantau dan audit report. Mesti kena belasah kaw2 punya. Semua main air liur jer. Mata nak tengok tak ada bahan, tangan nak pegang tak ada benda, gambar nak ambil tak nampak. Yg ada cuma telinga dan muka tempias air liur. Agaknya yg lain tu dlm osa kot, nanti terjejas negara

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 3:05 PM

Soalan untuk 1MDB.Sekiranya pinjaman RM 5 billion di jamin oleh kerajaan dengan pembiayaan pinjaman secara islamic,baki pinjaman keseluruhan di jamin oleh billionaire dari mana?Namakan saksi penjamin?Hutang melebihi pendapatan, setelah sekian tahun kita berada di dalam belanjawan defisit.Adakah dengan menambah hutang yang besar,kita juga mirip dengan negara2 yang menerima pinjaman IMF.

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Anonymous
October 31, 2014 at 3:25 PM

Setau aku hanya pengurusan kewangan yang melibatkan pertahanan negara adalah kategori OSA. Selain daripada tu, rasanya takde masalah kot untuk didedahkan kerana ianya melibatkan kepentingan awam. Ramai mesti tahu dan mesti diberitahu perbelanjaan yang melibatkan berbilion ringgit demi menjamin ketelusan dan integriti. Bayangkan berbilion duit rakyat lebur semata-mata nak bayar kepada konsultan. Tapi hasilnya tak ke mana jugak kerana sehingga setakat ni tak ada satu pun idea konsultan yang benar-benar menguntungkan rakyat. Rakyat semakin terhimpit dan terbeban adalah.

Oleh itu, kita mintak supaya perbelanjaan di bawah PEMANDU melalui Jabatan Perdana Menteri didedahkan. Begitu jugak perbelanjaan bagi 1MDB, Talentcorp dan lain-lain 'agensi yang bertemakan 1Malaysia' patut didedahkan supaya rakyat dapat menilai sejauh mana kerajaan benar-benar prihatin terhadap nasib rakyat. Almaklumlah, di saat rakyat terpaksa mengikat perut lantaran kos hidup semakin tinggi, kerajaan pulak bertindak sebaliknya dengan berbelanja besar seperti biasa.

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PakKaduk
October 31, 2014 at 9:09 PM

Saya rasa "Anak Warisan dari Ampang" menjelaskan apa yang menjadi kebimbangan semua mengenai IMDB dengan baik.

Saya petik dari blog Chedet "The Edge dalam rencananya menyebut bahawa kos pinjaman berbilion Ringgit luar biasa tingginya." Perkara utama yang menjadi kebimbangan ialah "kos pinjaman luar biasa tinggi".

Saya setuju dengan Anon October 31, 2014 at 1:16 AM bahawasanya kerajaan tak perlu sebuah entiti baru yang berhutang dengan kos pinjaman yang tinggi untuk melabur kerana kerajaan sudah punya sumber2 lain. Mungkin benar Ah Jib Gor cuma nak popular dengan jemana 1M beliau atau mungkin Ah Jib Gor tak reti berfikir sehingga perlukan CONsultants untuk membantu beliau. Jadi, apakah tujuan melantik menteri2 semua jika mereka semua tidak berfungsi ? Makan gaji buta ?

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Anonymous
November 1, 2014 at 6:12 PM

Salam Pok Din,

Dengan izin, saya ingin menyambung lagi berkenaan isu Bon 1MDB supaya kita semua dapat berfikir secara ilmiah dan matang, ke mana arah tuju Negara di bawah pimpinan DS Najib Razak dan Para Pegawai dan Punahsihatnya.

Hari ini, Sabtu, 1 Nov 2014, The Star menyiarkan lagi penjelasan drp 1MDB mengenai Bon terbitannya di dalam The Star dgn tajuk “1MDB’s bond-pricing logic puzzles”.

http://www.thestar.com.my/Business/Business-News/2014/11/01/1MDBs-bondpricing-logic-puzzles/?style=biz

Tajuknya pon dah MENYERAMKAN kita bila diterjemahkan sebagai “Teka-Teki Logik Harga Bon 1MDB”, memungkinkan apakah ada penyelewengan berlaku? Atau Kenapa 1MDB begitu terdesak untuk meminjam melalui terbitan Bon dgn kos yang begitu tinggi?

MENURUT THE STAR - “….bayaran itu telah dibayar kepada Goldman Sachs untuk dua terbitan bon berjumlah sebanyak US $ 4.75bil (RM15.73bil) pada tahun kewangan berakhir 31 Mac, 2013.

1MDB membayar AS $ 196.2mil yuran untuk terbitan bon 1.75bil US $ pada Mei 2012, dan AS $ 283.2mil untuk kertas hutang 3bil US $ dikeluarkan pada bulan Mac 2013.

Bayaran sebagai peratusan daripada jumlah yang diterbitkan adalah 11.2% dan 9.4%, yang tidak pernah di dengari untuk entiti milik Kerajaan Persekutuan.

Peratusan yuran berbanding dengan jumlah yang dikeluarkan menonjol seperti ibu jari sakit jika dibandingkan dengan terbitan hutang dari agensi-agensi berkaitan kerajaan yang lain. Rata-rata, entiti kerajaan negeri dan syarikat-syarikat berkaitan kerajaan menanggung kos antara 0.5% dan 2% daripada saiz terbitan.”

Di sini jelas bahaya 1MDB menerbitkan Bon US$4.75 dengan nilai diskaun yg tidak disebutkan berapa?, tetapi diskaun membawa maksud pelabur membeli pada harga yang KURANG.

Setelah Bon selesai diterbitkan, 1MDB menerima sejumlah hasil yang ditolak lagi drp kos penerbitan yang TERLAMPAU TINGGI, jadi berapkah nilai sebenar yang diterima oleh 1MDB?

Berapkah diskaun yg diberi kepada pelabur? Jika dalam sekitar 10%, jadi 1MDB hanya memperolehi sekitar 80% hasil terbitan hutang, manakal menanggung pembayaran 100% temasuk kena lagi membayar nilai Kadar faedah tahunan selama 30 tahun?

Apa yang sebenarnya berlaku? Apakah Kerajaan Malaysia sudah benar-benar MISKIN – TIADA PENDAPATAN sehingga terdesak begitu sekali?

Bersambung.........

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Anonymous
November 1, 2014 at 6:17 PM

sambungan...

Bila dilihat drp website 1MDB, PM sebagai Pengerusi, dan Penasihat di antaranya Tan Sri Mohd Sidek Hassan, Tan Sri Dr. Ali Hamsa, Tan Sri Dr. Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah??

Bukankah mereka ini sudah pon memegang Jawatan di dalam Kerajaan? Kenapa Jawatan Berganda diberi? Elaun lagi, memang orang Kaya akan terus kaya dan benarlah kekayaan di dalam Malaysia ini hanya beredar dikalangan orang-orang yang mempunyai kepentingan dan golongan berada saja.

Melantik Kakitangan Kerajaan yang sedang memegang Jawatan Di dalam Kerajaan ??? Jadi Kalau Kakitangan kerajaan BUAT BISNESS kat luar kenaper kena tindakan tata-tertib?

Apakah tidak berlaku pertindihan jawatan, kepentingan dan tanggungjawab? Kenapa 1MDB nie terlalu Istimewa??? Kalau Tan Sri Zeti Gabenor Bank negara memegang jawatan dalam 1MDB, apa akan jadi?

BOLEHKAH Kakitangan Kerajaan yg berpangkat dan Berpengaruh membuka syarikat sendiri untuk melobi Projek Kerajaan??

Kalau ini dijadikan sebagai ikutan atau disebut sebagai ‘SET AS A PRECEDENT”, maka KAMI RAKYAT MALAYSIA NAK BUAT BISNESS APA, NAK KERJA APA, NAK MAKAN APA?

Tak Kan TAK ADA Hamba Rakyat yang Bijak Pandai boleh diketengahkan????
Silalah rujuk website 1MDB????

http://www.1mdb.com.my/governance/board-of-advisors
Board Of Advisors
CHAIRMAN
YAB DATO’ SRI MOHD NAJIB TUN HAJI ABDUL RAZAK
Prime Minister & Finance Minister of Malaysia

YB TAN SRI DATO’ NOR MOHAMED YAKCOP
YBHG TAN SRI MOHD SIDEK HASSAN - Chairman, Petronas
YBHG TAN SRI DR. ALI BIN HAMSA - Chief Secretary, Government of Malaysia
YBHG TAN SRI DR. MOHD IRWAN SERIGAR ABDULLAH - Secretary-General, Ministry of Finance

http://www.1mdb.com.my/governance/board-of-directors
Board of Directors
YBHG TAN SRI DATO' SERI LODIN WOK KAMARUDDIN –Chairman
Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Lodin is the Chief Executive of Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera (“LTAT”, Armed Forces Fund Board) since August 1982 and the Group Managing Director and Deputy Chairman of Boustead Holdings Berhad, one of Malaysia’s oldest diversified conglomerates, since 1 July 1991 and 3 March 2010.

MOHD HAZEM ABD RAHMAN – Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer
Hazem has over 17 years experience in various sectors including banking, equities and the power sector, with extensive experience in overseeing corporate planning and strategy, investor relations, management and operations, as well as operational turnaround activities.
YBHG DATUK SHAHROL AZRAL IBRAHIM HALMI
Datuk Shahrol is currently PEMANDU’s Director of Oil, Gas & Energy and Financial Services’ National Key Economic Areas (NKEA), as well as handling the Government’s Role in Business Strategic Reform Initiative (SRI). He is also the President and Chief Executive Officer of Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corporation (MPRC), an agency to promote, catalyse and transform the oil and gas services and manufacturing sector to become stronger entities in the industry.

Datuk Shahrol was the founding Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of 1MDB.

YBHG TAN SRI DATO’ PADUKA ISMEE ISMAIL
Tan Sri Dato’ Paduka Ismee is the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Lembaga Tabung Haji, the national pilgrim fund board.

YBHG TAN SRI DATO' ONG GIM HUAT
Tan Sri Dato' Ong has 30 years of experience in the construction and real estate business, including trading of building materials and hardware. He sits on the Board of several other private limited companies, including Southern Pipe Industry (M) Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Southern Steel Berhad.

ASHVIN J.VALIRAM
Ashvin is the Executive Director of the Valiram Group, the region's leading luxury goods retailer and travel-retail specialist.

Sekian..

Anak Warisan Dari Ampang.

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