Business Management Case Study: Cimb Group Holdings Berhad

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CIMB Group Holdings Berhad CIMB Group is a leading KL-headquartered ASEAN universal bank, one of the largest investment banks in Asia and one of the largest Islamic banks in the world. CIMB Group has around 40,000 staff in 15 countries around the global. CIMB Investment Bank provides market-leading conventional and Islamic financial advice for giving the banking solutions to their clients. They have structured and executed award winning deals which showcase the ability to innovate and help their clients in achieving their goals. CIMB is ranked among the top 50 public-listed companies in ASEAN and were ranked as top 3 public-listed companies in Malaysia and Indonesia respectively. CIMB Group has receiving several awards across the years such…show more content…
Protasco Berhad, an investment holding company, provides integrated engineering and infrastructure related services in Malaysia. The Protasco Bhd and its subsidiaries companies has developed itself into business that specialising in road maintenance; construction of roads, bridges and buildings; trading and manufacturing; education; property development and consultancy Services. Protasco Bhd and its subsidiaries companies had won several awards. For example, the Roadcare (M) Sdn Bhd received the Anugerah 5 Bintang untuk Auditan Kerja Penyenggaraan Rutin Jalan Persekutuan 2011. Infrastructure University Kuala Lumpur (IUKL) also won the award which is Tier 5: Excellent in MQA Rating System for Malaysian Higher Education Institutions (SETARA) 2011 & 2013. Protasco Berhad had set a set of vision, mission and values to guide them in the daily operation. The vision is to be an internationally acclaimed company and ensure the growth and deliver value for a better quality of life. The mission are become multi billion company in term of market capitalisation, improve efficiencies by technology, build and support communities, and to exceed the customer’s expectations. The values are about result oriented, ownership, knowledge driven, customer focused, teamwork and…show more content…
Due to the widespread usage of Touch ‘n Go cards (about 17 million), the effectiveness of the Alipay back-end technology and the familiarity of people for mobile banking, this will create new business opportunities for companies. This positive news led me to buy this share. The reason I sell the CIMB share is because the bad news that mentioned there is lack of deposits worrying banks. Large Malaysian which includes CIMB Bank Bhd now ranks of emerging Asia 's least profitable

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