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Jumaat, 2 Julai 2010

CIMB

CIMB Group is Malaysia’s second largest financial services provider, and fifth largest in Southeast Asia by total assets. It is owned by Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Berhad (BCHB), which is listed on Bursa Malaysia with a market capitalization of RM26.6 billion.

CIMB Group operates as a universal bank offering a full range of financial products and services, covering corporate and investment banking, consumer banking, treasury, insurance and asset management. CIMB Group offers products and services on a dual banking basis, giving customers a choice of both conventional and Islamic solutions.

As a universal bank, it is able to serve everyone from all walks of life in Malaysia as well as throughout the region, including large regional corporations, domestic listed companies, entrepreneurial start-ups, high-net worth individuals, pensioners and children. Today, CIMB serves close to seven million customers in over 600 locations through over 25,000 staff.

At present, its main markets are Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, countries in which CIMB Group has full universal banking capabilities. CIMB Group’s presence in 11 countries covers South East Asia and major global financial centres, as well as countries with which their South East Asian customers have significant business and investment dealings.

In addition, CIMB extends its regional reach and range of products and services through strategic partnerships. Partners include the Principal Financial Group, Aviva plc, Allianz Malaysia Berhad, Mapletree Capital Management, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Standard Bank plc, Daewoo Securities, the Kanoo Group, Malaysia Airlines, International Currency Exchange, EDS, Pos Malaysia, 7-11, Singer Malaysia and many more.

History

1924: Bian Chiang Bank was established in Kuching by Wee Kheng Chiang. Its primary activities were business financing and the issuance of bills of exchange.

1935: Ban Hin Lee Bank (BHLB) was established in Penang by Yeap Chor Ee. Its Original focus was serving local businessmen in their trading and merchant activities. In the 1960s it branched out into real estate and home financing and by 1990 it had become a modern and thriving financial instituition. It was then listed on the Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange on January 7 1991.

1965: Southern Bank Berhad (SBB) was founded as Southern Banking Ltd. It started out in Penang but quickly expanded and set up operations in Kuala Lumpur. It was soon recognized as an important player in wealth management products, credit cards and small-medium enterprise lending (SME).

1965: Bank Bumiputra Malaysia Berhand (BBMB) was incorporated. This was in line with government initatives to increase Bumiputra participation in the national economy. The bank grew to be the most prominent bank for all Malaysians with branches throughout the country. By 1980 it had become the largest bank in the country in terms of assets and was the first domestic bank to have operations in New York, London, Tokyo, Bahrain and Hong Kong.

1972: United Asian Bank Berhad was established in Kuala Lumpur. This was a result of the merger of three Indian-owned banks; Indian Overseas Bank Ltd., Indian Bank Ltd., and United Commercial Bank Ltd. UAB started as a joint-venture in banking between Malaysia and India, taking over the operations of the Malaysian branches of Indian banks in 1972. It established a reputation for encouraging enterprise amongst less prosperous sections of the country.

1974: Pertanian Baring Sanwa Multinational Berhad (PBS) was incorporated by Bank Pertanian, Baring Brothers of United Kingdom, Sanwa Bank of Japan and Multinational bank of the United Kingdom. It was managed by the Baring Brothers and provided corporate advisory and funding services to multinationals.
1979: Bian Chiang Bank was renamed Bank of Commerce Berhad. This was a result of its purchase by the UMNO-owned Fleet group. In 1982, the bank became an institution with RM367 million in total assets and total shareholders’ funds of RM12.8 million.

1986: Pertanian Baring Sanwa Multinational Berhad was renamed Commerce International Merchant Bankers Berhad (CIMB). This was a result of Bank of Commerce Berhad replacing Bank Pertanian as the controlling shareholder of PBS. CIMB retained its corporate finance focus and added stock broking to its range of services.

1991: Bank of Commerce acquired UAB. After the acquisition, Bank of Commerce’s branch network increased almost fourfold. The listed holding company was then renamed Commerce-Asset Holdings Berhad (CAHB).

1999: BBMB and Bank of Commerce merged to form Bumiputra-Commerce Bank.

2000: As part of the government initiated banking consolidation plan, SBB acquired Ban Hin Lee Bank Berhad and also took over two smaller finance companies; Perdana Finance Berhad and Cempaka Finance Berhad.

2003: CIMB was listed on the main board of the KLSE. In the same year, CIMB Islamic was launched providing customers with Syariah compliant solutions.

2004: CIMB acquired 70% of Commerce Trust Berhad (CTB) and Commerce Asset Fund Managers Berhad (CAFM). This led to the formation of CIMB-Principal, a joint venture with the Principal Group of USA. Then in 2005, CIMB acquired Singapore based G.K. Goh which was established in 1979 as an international stock broker. This led to the formation of CIMB-GK, CIMB’s international investment banking operator.

2005: Commerce Asset Holdings Berhad (CAHB) announced its strategic decision to create a universal bank by combining its commercial and investment banks. Following this announcement, Bumiputra-Commerce Group was acquired by CIMB. As part of the exercise, CAHB was renamed Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings.

2006: In January, CIMB completed its restructuring exercise under Bumiputra-Commerce Holdings Berhad. The new CIMB Group was known as a universal bank. It made a transition to a full-service banking provider serving corporates to individuals. Then in March, CIMB Group acquired SBB after extensive negotiations. After the acquisition, in September CIMB Group was launched by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, YAB Dato’ Seri Abdullah bin Haji Ahmad badawi.

2007: CIMB Group launched its flagship presence in both Thailand and USA through the establishment of CIMB-GK Securities (Thailand) Ltd. And CIMB-GK Securities (USA) Inc,. In November, CIMB Foundation launched as a not-for profit organization that will carry out the Group’s corporate social responsibility.

2008: CIMB Group entered into an agreement for a 19.99% stake in Bank of Yingkou adding mainland China to the Group’s network. In the same year CIMB Group undertook the merger of PT Bank Niaga TBK with PT Bank Lippo Tbk to create the 6th largest bank in Indonesia. CIMB Group and the Principal Financial Group launched CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management also in that year. Lastly, CIMB Group entered into an agreement with Financial Institutions Development Fund to purchase a 42.13% stake in Bank Thai Public Company.
Businesses



Consumer Banking
CIMB Bank Berhad is the commercial banking arm of CIMB Group, offering retail banking services to over 5.3 million customers in Malaysia. It provides a comprehensive range of consumer banking products and services through a country-wide network of 367 branches, and over 2100 self-service terminals and internet channels. As the second largest commercial bank in Malaysia, CIMB Bank has significant market share across all consumer banking products.
In Singapore, CIMB Group’s consumer banking business operates on a full banking licence via CIMB Bank Singapore, which offers a full suite of banking products to high net worth individuals, businesses and retail clients.

CIMB Group’s consumer banking business in Indonesia is offered through its 77.24% owned subsidiary PT Bank CIMB Niaga Tbk. Established in 1955, it merged with PT Bank Lippo Tbk in November 2008 to form the sixth largest bank in Indonesia by assets, with over 650 branches nationwide.

Bank CIMB Niaga offers a comprehensive range of conventional and Shariah-compliant banking products and services. It was the first local bank to introduce ATM services in 1987 and online banking in 1991. It is currently the second largest mortgage provider in Indonesia with a 10.9% market share.
In Thailand, CIMB Group controls 93.15% of BankThai as of March 2009 and is its single largest shareholder. Listed on the Stock Exchange of Thailand, BankThai has a solid deposit and lending business and operating base of SME and retail customers. With subsidiary businesses in stockbroking, insurance and asset management, BankThai is the 11th largest commercial bank in Thailand by assets with 147 branches nationwide. CIMB Group also has commercial banking branches in Hong Kong and London.

Investment Banking
As the leading investment bank in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, CIMB Investment Bank Berhad has offices in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, Thailand, Brunei, the UK and the US. Its private banking arm, CIMB Private Banking, is the country’s first full service private bank for high net worth individuals in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.

Islamic Banking
CIMB offers Shariah-compliant financial products and services through, CIMB Islamic Bank Berhad. CIMB Islamic caters to the needs of individual, small and medium scale enterprises and large institutional customers in investment banking, consumer banking, asset management, private banking and takaful.
CIMB Islamic has over 100 investment bankers and specialists, and its business coverage spans from Southeast Asia to major financial markets in the world like Hong Kong, London, New York and the Middle East. In Malaysia, its retail banking services are co-located at CIMB Bank’s 367 branches nationwide.

Asset Management
CIMB Group provides fund management expertise and offers customised portfolio mandates and unit trust funds to institutional and retail clients. It also operates a range of wholesale funds invested in real estate, private equity, venture capital, strategic assets and structured investments.
As at the end of 2008, the Group’s assets under management stood at RM19.2 billion. The Group’s asset management activities are operated from CIMB-Principal Asset Management Berhad, CIMB-Principal Islamic Asset Management Sdn Bhd, CIMB-Mapletree Management Sdn Bhd, CIMB Standard Strategic Asset Advisors Sdn Bhd and CIMB Private Equity and Venture Capital.

Insurance
The Group’s life insurance and takaful products and services are offered through CIMB Aviva Assurance Berhad and CIMB Aviva Takaful Berhad, both 51%-owned subsidiaries of CIMB Group. Aviva, CIMB’s partner in life insurance and takaful, is the world’s fifth largest insurance group.
CIMB Group also has a long-term strategic bancassurance agreement with Allianz Malaysia to offer Allianz’s non-life insurance products and services at CIMB Bank’s 367 branches nationwide. Allianz is a leading global insurer, servicing the needs of 80 million customers in over 70 countries worldwide.

Branding

CIMB Group
"CIMB Group" is home to its three main sub-brands, incorporating all shared services and group communications.

CIMB Bank
"CIMB Bank" is the trademark for CIMB Group's consumer bank, which offers a wide range of financial products and services to customers that encompass mass market, mass affluent, and the SME/SMI business community.

CIMB
"CIMB" incorporates leading investment banking services for corporate clients, asset management services and private banking for high net-worth individuals.

CIMB Islamic
"CIMB Islamic" is an Islamic banking franchise, incorporating products and services in compliance with Syariah principles. "CIMB Islamic" is a universal Islamic bank, with a full spectrum of investment banking, asset management, and consumer banking solutions.

Board of Directors

Tan Sri Dato' Md Nor Yusof
Non-Independent Non-Executive Director/ Chairman
Dato' Hamzah Bakar
Independent Non-Executive Director
Tan Sri Dato' Seri Haidar Mohamed Nor
Independent Non-Executive Director
Dato' Zainal Abidin Putih
Independent Non-Executive Director
Dato' Sri Nazir Razak
Non-Independent Executive Director/ Group Chief Executive
Datuk Dr. Syed Muhamad Syed A. Kadir
Independent Non-Executive Director
Cezar Peralta Consing
Independent Non-Executive Director
Dato' Mohd Shukri Hussin
Non-Independent Non-Executive Director
Dato' Robert Cheim Dau Meng
Non-Independent Non-Executive Director
Hiroyuki Kudo
Non-Independent Non-Executive Director

Group Management

Dato' Sri Nazir Razak
Group Chief Executive
Kenny Kim
Head, Group Strategy & Finance
Dato' Mohd Shukri Hussin
Non-Independent Non-Executive Director
Peter England
Head, Retail Banking
Dato' Robert Cheim
Adviser, Investment Banking
Tan Leng Hock
Head, Business Banking
Dato' Charon Wardini Mokhzani
Head, Corporate and Investment Banking
Raja Noorma Raja Othman
Head, Group Asset Management
Tunku Dato' Ahmad Burhanuddin
Head, Group Customer Care and Management Support
Peter Miller
Head, Group Insurance
Dr. Gan Wee Beng
Head, Group Risk Management
Badlisyah Abdul Ghani
Head, Islamic Banking
Lee Kok Kwan
Head, Group Treasury and Investments
Jean Yap Yoke Yuen
Head, Direct Banking & Cards
Hamidah Naziadin
Head, Group Corporate Resources
Abd Karim Md Lassim
Head, Auto Finance
Iswaraan Suppiah
Head, Group Information & Operations
Ahmad Shazli Kamarulzaman
Head, Group Special Asset Management
Sulaiman Mohd. Tahir
Head, Consumer Sales & Distribution
Lim Tiang Siew
Head, Group Chief Internal Auditor

Subsidiaries

CIMB Investment Bank Berhad (CIMB)
This is the investment banking and securities franchise of CIMB Group. CIMB’s regional footprint includes presence in Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia and Hong Kong, and two equity sales offices in London and New York.

This award-winning franchise has a long history of structuring and advising several landmark deals including the world’s largest plantation assets consolidation between Sime Darby, Kumpulan Guthrie and Golden Hope valued at USD $8.8 billion (RM 28.7 billion) and Binariang GSM’s USD $11.7 billion (RM 38.2 billion) privatisation of Maxis Communications. In recognition of its benchmark-setting achievements, CIMB has been named Best Investment Bank for Malaysia by several leading international financial publications such as Euromoney, FinanceAsia and The Asset.

CIMB Bank Berhad (CIMB Bank)
CIMB Bank Berhad is the commercial banking arm of CIMB Group, offering a full range of banking products and services to over 4.7 million customers in Malaysia. Its wide distribution platform encompasses a country-wide network of 366 branches, and over 2100 self-service terminals and internet channels.
As the second largest commercial bank in Malaysia, CIMB Bank holds significant market share across all consumer banking products. In 2007, it was named Asia’s Most Improved Retail Bank by Asian Banking and Finance magazine and Malaysia’s Bank of the Year by The Banker magazine.

CIMB Islamic Bank Berhad (CIMB Islamic)
CIMB Islamic is the global Islamic banking and finance arm of CIMB Group. It offers Shariah-compliant financial solutions in the spheres of investment banking, consumer banking, asset management, takaful, private banking and wealth management.

CIMB Islamic’s products and operations are managed in strict compliance with Shariah principles under the guidance of the CIMB Islamic Shariah Committee, which comprises the world’s leading Islamic scholars.
CIMB Islamic is recognised as a pioneer in Islamic financial markets, having advised on the world’s first shariah-compliant exchangeable bond and the largest sovereign sukuk issue globally.

CIMB-Principal Asset Management Berhad (CIMB-Principal)
CIMB-Principal is one of the largest asset management companies in Malaysia. Its workers offer equities, fixed income, cash, and Shariah compliant fund management from offices in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Jakarta. CIMB-Principal develops and distributes a comprehensive range of unit trust funds, and manages customized portfolio mandates for corporations and institutions. It is jointly owned by CIMB Group and the Principal Financial Group, a Fortune 500 company.

CIMB-Mapletree Management Sdn Bhd
CIMB-Mapletree Management Sdn Bhd is a real estate fund management company that invests in Malaysian property assets. It is a 60:40 joint venture between CIMB Group and Singapore’s Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd.
CIMB-Mapletree currently manages CMREF1 (CIMB-Mapletree Real Estate Fund 1), a RM1.5 billion closed-end real estate fund with a diversified local and foreign institutional investor base. Its investment properties to date include CP Tower, Jaya Shopping Centre, an office development in K L Sentral and a high-end residential project in Penang.

CIMB-GK Pte. Ltd. (CIMB-GK)
CIMB-GK is the international investment banking and securities franchise of CIMB Group. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of CIMB Group, offering institutional and retail broking, wealth management, investment banking and corporate advisory services in Singapore, Jakarta, Hong Kong, Bangkok, London and New York.

CIMB-GK’s award-winning research team supports its business units with analysis of over 400 listed companies in Asia. Its established stockbroking business and distribution capabilities provide an extensive network that reaches top-tier institutional investors, mid-market investment funds, high net worth individuals as well as retail investors in Asia.

CIMB Futures Sdn Bhd
CIMB Futures Sdn Bhd offers execution and clearing services for futures and option products traded on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives Berhad. It serves both retail and institutional clients and is ranked among the top 3 trading participants on Bursa Malaysia Derivatives.

CIMB Private Equity
CIMB Private Equity is the venture capital and private equity arm of CIMB Group with over RM1.3 billion in third-party funds under management. It provides equity capital to companies in a wide range of industries - including healthcare, communications, agriculture, information technology and manufacturing – be it for restructuring, acquisitions or expansions. CIMB Private Equity focuses on medium to long term investment opportunities in Southeast Asia and has over 40 companies in its portfolio.

PT Bank CIMB Niaga TBK ('CIMB Niaga')
CIMB Niaga was established in 1955. It is currently the sixth largest bank in Indonesia by assets. BCHB became the majority shareholder in November 2002 after it acquired a strategic stake from the Indonesian Government via the Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency. CIMB Niaga is currently the second largest mortgage provider in Indonesia with a 9.6% market share.
CIMB Thai Bank Public Company Limited (CIMB Thai)
CIMB Thai was previously known as BankThai Public Company Limited, was established in 1998 with the Financial Institutions Development Fund (FIDF) as its major shareholder. On 5 November 2008, CIMB Bank Berhad became BankThai’s largest shareholder after completing its purchase of a 42.13% stake in BankThai from the FIDF for THB5.9 billion. On 20 November 2008, CIMB Group made a tender offer for the remaining shares of BankThai at THB2.10 per share. As of 6 January 2009, CIMB Bank Berhad holds 92.04% of BankThai shares. CIMB Group has launched a transformation programme aimed at returning BankThai to profitability and competitiveness.

Awards

Awards 2009
Award Awarded by
HR Community Award
The Asia HRD Congress 2009 awarded Hamidah Naziadin, Director, Group Corporate Resources with the "HR Community Award" in recognition of her contribution in the areas of Human Capital Development.
The Asia HRD Congress 2009
QFC-Asian Banker Achievement Award for Islamic Finance
In recognition of CIMB Islamic's sophisticated institutional and retail offerings unmatched in the Asia Pacific region.
The Asian Banker
Islamic Banker of the Year - Badlisyah Abdul Ghani
Badlisyah Abdul Ghani was named the Islamic Banker of the year in recognition of his excellence amongst Islamic Bankers.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Best Islamic Bank
In recognition of CIMB Islamic's contribution to Islamic Banking.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Best Islamic Retail Bank
In recognition of CIMB Islamic's strength in Islamic Retail Banking.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Best Islamic Investment Bank, Asia Pacific
In recognition of CIMB Islamic's contribution to Islamic finance in Asia Pacific.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Best Domestic Islamic Finance House
In recognition of CIMB Islamic as the Best Domestic Islamic Finance House in Malaysia.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Best Quasi Sovereign Sukuk
In recognition of CIMB Investment Bank's role as joint bookrunner in Paka Capital's USD 550 million Exchangeable Sukuk Musyarakah.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Best Islamic Project Finance Deal (Malaysia)
In recognition CIMB Investment Bank's role as arranger in MRCB Southern Link Berhad 845 million Ringgit Senior Sukuk Istisna' and 199 million Ringgit Junior Sukuk Istisna.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Most Innovative Islamic Finance Deals
In recognition of CIMB Investment Bank's role as arranger in the Cagamas 2 billion Ringgit Sukuk Commodity Murabahah.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Most Innovative Islamic Finance Deals
In recognition of CIMB Investment Bank's role as joint book runner in Paka Capital's USD 550 million Exchangeable Sukuk Musyarakah.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Most Innovative Islamic Finance Deals
In recognition of CIMB Investment Bank's role as arranger in MRCB Southern Link Berhad 845 million Ringgit Senior Sukuk Istisna' and 199 million Ringgit Junior Sukuk Istisna.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Most Innovative Islamic Finance Deals
In recognition of CIMB Trustee's role in Tadamun Services 300 million Ringgit Islamic Trust Certificates.
The Asset Triple A Awards 2009 (Islamic Finance)
Deals of the Year 2009 for Islamic Finance in the Region of Asia Pacific
The winning Deal: Khazanah Nasional's Concurrent Sukuk Exchangeable Trust Certificates and Equity Placement into Parkson Retail Group. CIMB Group was one of the joint bookrunners and joint lead managers in this deal.
The Banker
Best Islamic Bank in Malaysia and Asia for 2009
In recognition of CIMB Islamic's strength in Islamic Banking in Malaysia and Asia.
Global Finance
Best Domestic Provider for Local Currency Products (Structured Currency Products) Malaysia
In recognition of CIMB Investment Bank's capabilities in Malaysian Ringgit structured interest-rate products.
Asiamoney
Best Malaysian Equity Fund
In recognition of CIMB-PRINCIPAL Asset Management Bhd's performance of its CIMB Dali Equity Growth Fund as at end 2008.
Failaka Advisors at the fourth Annual Failaka Islamic Fund Awards
Best Retail Banking Branch Innovation Award
In recognition of CIMB Bank's drive to create a single banking identity with new branch innovations.
The Asian Banker (Excellence in Retail Financial Services Awards)
HR Excellence Category - "Gold Recognition"
In recognition of Group Human Resources HR functions, alignment of HR department's work with company's goal, HR development strategy, best practices in HR, the provision of continuous learning & training, and application of HR systems & technology.
Malaysia HR Awards 08-09
HR Excellence Category - "Grand Award"
In recognition of Group Human Resources HR functions, alignment of HR department's work with company's goal, HR development strategy, best practices in HR, the provision of continuous learning & training, and application of HR systems & technology .
Malaysia HR Awards 08-09
Best Employer's Award (Banking & Financial Services Institutions Category) Malaysia HR Awards 08-09
Rising Star Cash Management Bank – Malaysia
In recognition of Group Human Resources HR functions, alignment of HR department's work with company's goal, HR development strategy, best practices in HR, the provision of continuous learning & training, and application of HR systems & technology.
In recognition of Asia’s best in transaction banking.The Asset Triple A Transaction Banking Awards 2009
Best Islamic Bank in Asia
In recognition of CIMB Islamic as the Best Islamic Bank in Asia.
Euromoney Islamic Finance Awards 2009
Best Sukuk Deal
Award was for the Khazanah $550million Exchangable Sukuk.
Euromoney Islamic Finance Awards 2009

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CIMB

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