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SIME

SIME DARBY BHD
SIME.KL
Last Price
2.17
08:52 GMT / 19 MAR 2019
Value Change [%]
-0.01
[(-0.46%)]
Volume
3,560,800
Open
2.18
Day's High
2.19
Year's High
2.86
Previous Close
2.18
Day's Low
2.16
Year's Low
2.04
Earnings Per Share
0.12
P/E Ratio
17.58
Lot Size
100
Div. Yield (%)
2.75
Dividend
0.06
Div. Pay Date
31 OCT 2018
Ex-Div. Date
27 SEP 2018
Last Trade
2.17
Last Trade Time (GMT)
08:52
Last Trade 2
2.17
Last Trade 3
2.17
Volume
3,560,800
Turnover
7,756,759
Bid
2.17
Bid Size
462,300
Ask
2.19
Ask Size
57,700
Close Bid
2.17
Close Ask
2.19
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Sime Darby Berhad operates in six segments. Its plantation segment is engaged in the production and marketing of fresh fruit bunches. Its property segment develops and markets residential, commercial and industrial properties. Its industrial segment is engaged in sales, rental and servicing of heavy equipment. In January 2012, it disposed Dunlopillo Holdings Sdn Bhd. In March 2012, it liquidated Sime Darby Harta (Damansara) Sdn Bhd, Sime Darby Property Development Sdn Berhad and Sime UEP Executive Suites Sdn Bhd. On March 31, 2012, Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad acquired Pasir Gudang Fabrication Yard together with assets located thereon from Sime Darby Engineering Sdn Bhd, which is its subsidiary. On May 16, 2012, its indirect subsidiary acquired a 95% interest in PT Indo Sukses Lestari Makmur. On May 24, 2012, it incorporated PT. Aneka Sawit Lestari. On June 11, 2012, the Company established Chengdu Bow Yue Used Cars Centre Company Limited.

  • Market News
19 March 2019 - reuters.com
EXCLUSIVE-KKR, CVC, other PE firms bid for Asian hospital business - sources
19 March 2019
source: reuters.com
 (Adds more comments from sources, details of investors)
    By Anshuman Daga
    SINGAPORE, March 19 (Reuters) - Columbia Pacific
Management's Asian hospital business has drawn interest from
global private equity players including KKR, CVC and Carlyle, in
a sale the U.S. investment company sees fetching about $2
billion, sources with knowledge of the matter said.
    Columbia Asia is offering a portfolio of 30 mid-sized
medical facilities, mainly in India and Malaysia, where
healthcare spending is growing rapidly.
    A successful deal would make it the biggest transaction in
Southeast Asia's hospital sector in nine years and one of the
largest in Asia over the last decade, according to data from
Refinitiv.
    "This type of asset doesn't come to the market too often,
and the opportunity to invest in this is not lost on most PE
players," said one source.
    Another said the sale drew first round, non-binding bids
from a number of financial investors, including sovereign wealth
funds.
    Columbia Asia, part of Seattle-based Columbia Pacific
Management, opened its first hospital more than two decades ago.
It has 12 hospitals each in India and Malaysia, three in
Indonesia, and two hospitals and one clinic in Vietnam.
    Columbia Pacific has a separate healthcare venture in China.
    Interest for the Asian business also came from Ramsay Sime
Darby, a venture of Malaysia's Sime Darby Bhd  SIME.KL  and
Australian-listed Ramsay Health Care Ltd  RHC.AX , and Asia's
largest premium hospital group IHH Healthcare Ltd  IHHH.KL , the
sources said.
    KKR, Carlyle, CVC, IHH and Ramsay Health Care declined
comment. There was no immediate response to an email query sent
to Columbia Pacific.
    The sources declined to be identified as they were not
authorised to speak to the media. Monday was the deadline for
first round bids, the sources said.
    Once the suitors are short-listed, second round bids are
expected by the end of June, the sources said.
    "Healthcare is hot but the sellers are coming in with some
very high expectations," said one executive from a private
equity firm.
    Columbia Asia said in March 2018 it had raised $210 million
from existing investors, led by Mitsui & Co Ltd  8031.T , to
help it expand operations. At that time, the hospitals group
said it would have 45 hospitals by 2025, based on its current
pace of growth.
    Mitsui declined comment on the sale process.
    Columbia Asia's website says it focuses on setting up
mid-size hospitals in residential areas for accessibility and
efficiency and to help keep costs down for consumers.
    Appetite for dealmaking has been strong in the hospitals
sector.
    Last November, Mitsui & Co agreed to become the biggest
shareholder of IHH Healthcare by paying about $2 billion to
increase its stake in the company.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL4N1Y40B0

 (Reporting by Anshuman Daga in SINGAPORE; Additional reporting
by Kane Wu in HONG KONG and Yuka Obayashi in TOKYO; Editing by
Tom Hogue and Mark Potter)
 ((anshuman.daga@tr.com; +65 64035676; Reuters Messaging:
anshuman.daga.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net))
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