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Prestariang is 6th bumi firm listed under SJJB
Posted on 27 July 2011 - 12:50pm
KUALA LUMPUR (July 27, 2011): Six bumiputera companies, with a combined market capitalisation of close to RM1 billion, have been listed on Bursa Malaysia under the government's Skim Jejak Jaya Bumiputera (SJJB), said Deputy Finance Minister Datuk Dr Awang Adek Hussin.
The sixth company is Prestariang Bhd which made its debut on the ACE Market today.
"We have 20 companies in the pipeline (to be listed) over the next two years. We can get about 10 companies by this year and in 2010," he told reporters after the listing ceremony of Prestariang today.
Also present were Prestariang chairman Datuk Ramli Abbas and its chief executive officer Dr Abu Hassan Ismail.
Awang Adek said the remaining companies to be listed under the scheme were involved in various sectors including information technology (IT), biotech, manufacturing as well as oil and gas.
Information communication technology service provider Prestariang, debuted on the ACE Market at a half sen discount of 89.5 sen against its offer price of 90 sen with 3.75 million shares traded.
Abu Hassan expects the company to double its order book of RM145.29 million by year-end, with projects to be implemented up to 2014.
On Prestariang's plans, he said the company hopes to enter the Middle East to widen its clientele base from the region, via partnership agreements.
Kumpulan Modal Perdana Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of the Ministry of Finance Incorporated, owns about 10% in Prestariang.
Established in 2003, Prestariang provides professional and basic ICT training as well as software licence distribution and management services.
It offers 40 certification courses from various technology and software vendors like Microsoft, IBM, Oracle, CompTIA, Autodesk and Adobe. – Bernama