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Old 17-03-2009, 06:36 PM
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 12: AmInvestment Bank Bhd has launched up to RM100mil of zero-strike warrants over Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc Class B shares priced at RM1 per zero strike.

AmInvestment said the zero-strike warrants had an extended offer period until April 10, to give local investors the opportunity to participate in the renowned “Oracle of Omaha’s” investment holding company at an affordable price.

“Berkshire Hathaway shares are one of the most expensive listed stocks in the world. A single Class A share of the company would cost US$83,700 as of Wednesday closing price, while one lot of 10 Class B shares would cost US$27,400,” it said in a statement yesterday.

“Class B shares differ from the Class A shares in that they are 1/30th the value of A shares, have 1/200th voting rights of the A shares and A shares can be converted into B shares while not the other way round.

AmInvestment Bank managing director T.C. Kok (left) and equity derivatives director Ng Ee Fang at the zero-strike warrants launch
“Clearly, it is cost prohibitive and not entirely accessible to the general public to invest directly in Berkshire Hathaway,” it added.

AmInvestment said the zero strikes were unlike others available in Malaysia. It is the first in Asia to track the performance of Berkshire Hathaway.

“Unlike normal call warrants, the strike is set at zero – hence the name – it will always be ‘in the money’ (unless the share price goes to zero).

“At maturity, the zero strikes pay the entire share price value of the underlying share, after adjustment for currency and the exercise ratio,” AmInvestment said.

The listed zero strike tracks the performance of the underlying share and can be bought and sold daily on Bursa Malaysia like any stock or warrant. One board lot is 100 shares, which makes the minimum investment at an affordable RM100.

It has a maturity of five years and is automatically converted upon maturity to pay out the performance of the B shares during the tenor of the zero strike.

The expected listing date for the zero strike warrants is April 22.

Fund managers said the new product offered investors affordable access to markets and indices which would normally be out of reach from ordinary investors.

They said it (zero strike) would give investors an opportunity to own stocks in Berkshire at a fraction of the share’s cost.

A fund manger believed that the five years maturity of the zero strike had sufficient time before it expired to match investment targets.

http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/story...1&sec=business
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Old 17-03-2009, 06:44 PM
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Mari kita kongsi pendapat..

Peluang untuk invest dlm Berkshire Hathaway Inc milik Warren Buffett hanya di Malaysia tanpa perlu ke luar negara.
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AmInvestment Bank Bhd has launched up to RM100 million of zero-strike warrants over Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc Class B shares.

Its director of equity derivatives, Ng Ee Fang, said with an affordable price of RM1 per zero-strike, investors now had the chance to participate in the renowned “Oracle of Omaha’s” investment holding company at an affordable price.

Berkshire Hathaway is the most expensive listed stock worldwide. One lot of ten Class B shares would cost US$27,400 (RM98,640). Clearly it is cost prohibitive and not entirely accessible to the public.

“We picked it as a compelling choice to weather this economic storm and to prosper the potential opportunities offered in the crisis,” she said at the launch of the warrants here today.

She said one board lot would comprise 100 shares and the minimum investment would be as low as RM100 and no entry and management fees were required.

“Unlike the normal shares listed on the bourse, the zero-strikes will give investors access to a wide range of assets globally.

“It will be listed on Bursa Malaysia on April 22 and investors can exit before maturity by trading in the secondary market,” she said.

The offer starts March 12 until April 10 and there are no entry, annual management of exit fees, she said.

Ng said the warrants had a maturity of five years and would be automatically converted upon maturity to pay out the performance of the B shares during the tenure of zero-strike. — Bernama

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siapa yg biasa main warrant share / IPO mesti tau.. xbyk beza dr segi nk apply yg pasti;

- subscription based on first come first serve basis.
- no balloting process
- all application is thru AmInvestment Bank within the offer period > Kena buka trading ac dgn AmSecurities (AmInvestment Bank now)
- min 100 & no max

I was told by the AmInvstmt officer the RM10 fee for opening CDS ac is waived during this offer period.


Here's the official link from AmInvestment Bank:-

- brochure > http://www.ambg.com.my/berkshirezero...d/Brochure.pdf

- complete detail > http://www.ambg.com.my/berkshirezerostrike/index.asp

Note: sy bukan agent/dealer atau sesiapa yg berkepentingan dlm pelaburan ni.. just nk share this opportunity with others
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