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发表于 2010-12-22 21:45 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
Asia Media Group Berhad IPO
Asia Media Group IPO.
Asia Media IPO opening date 22 December 2010.
Asia Media Group IPO closing date 29 December 2010.
Asia Media IPO Public Issue price RM0.23.
Public Issue 8 million shares.
Asia Media IPO issue price RM0.23.
Private Placement 90 million shares.
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MIH 506
Asia Media IPO will be listed in ACE Market.
The tentative listing date of Asia Media IPO is 11 January 2011.
AMGB IPO stock code is 0159
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Asia Media Group Berhad, an out-of-home transit TV company, provides high quality infotainment and targeted advertising through the use of digital electronic displays installed in various outdoor premises. It offers TransNet, a channel that uses LCD-TV screens to display infotainment programs, advertisements, community-driven messages, entertainment programs, news, drama and movies, documentaries, and public service bulletins in public transportations. The company has strategic partnerships with RapidKL, Handal Indah, Plusliner, and Nice++ fleets. Asia Media Group Berhad was formerly known as Gerak Bayan Sdn Bhd and changed its name to Asia Media Group Berhad in January 2010. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in Puchong, Malaysia.
Recognised as the 'Biggest Transit-TV Network' in Malaysia, as awarded by The Malaysia Book of Records.
Source: Bursa Malaysia, Investing Business Week, Asia Media

http://politemarket.blogspot.com ... oup-berhad-ipo.html

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发表于 2010-12-22 22:59 | 显示全部楼层

Offering Statistics
    IssuerAsia Media Group Berhad
    Issue Price (RM) 0.23
    Par Value (RM) 0.10
    Board ACE Market
    Sector Trading/Services
    Public Issue :
       Malaysian Public 8,000,000   
       Private Placement 90,000,000   
    Adviser(s)PM Securities Sdn Bhd

Listing Schedule
    Prospectus Date 22/12/2010
    Opening of Applications 22/12/2010
    Closing of Applications 29/12/2010
    Tentative Balloting Date 31/12/2010
    Tentative Allotment Date 03/01/2011
    Tentative Listing Date 11/01/2011
    [size=1mm]No application will be accepted after the closing
    date

    Closing date is tentative and may subject to
    change. Any changes to the above schedule will
    be announced in a widely circulated Bahasa
    Malaysia and English daily newspaper within
    Malaysia.

                               
                                                                                                                                                                                                

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 楼主| 发表于 2010-12-23 10:11 | 显示全部楼层
亚洲媒体集团招股 每股发售价23仙
二零一零年十二月二十二日 晚上十时十五分

(吉隆坡22日讯)即将在马股创业板上市的国内最大流动电视供应商──亚洲媒体集团(Asia Media Group)今日正式发出招股书,它将在首发股中发行每股面值10仙,共达9800万股普通股,每股售价23仙。

其中9000万股是私下配售给被鉴定身份的投资者认购,另外800万股是供公众人士认购。而其余的800万股是供公众人士认购。

认购该新股的截止日期是在12月29日,抽签日期是在12月31日,成功申请到该新股的投资者可在2011年1月3日接获通知。

该公司暂定于明年1月11日上市。

亚洲媒体集团为国内具“多媒体超级走廊”(MSC Status)资格公司,是在07年10月正式营运,并提供流动电视网络系统(Transit TV Network system)。

该公司是透过旗下旗舰频道,在国内公共交通工具如吉隆坡综合交通网络(Rapid KL)巴士、Causeway Link巴士及Plusliner长途巴士等,播放广告与资讯、娱乐节目及新闻。

截至09年12月底财年,亚洲媒体集团营业额已从07年的350万1000令吉,增加至1315万令吉;税后盈利也由70万5000令吉增至335万8000令吉。

http://www.kwongwah.com.my/news/2010/12/22/109.html

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发表于 2011-1-6 20:49 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 漫游无本 于 2011-1-6 20:50 编辑

Ad outlook for 2011 positive but challenges remain        


Downturn has caused consumers to be more prudent and demanding in terms of value

Advertising expenditure growth will be positive in 2011 but the year is not without its challenges for marketers and advertisers, said Omnicom Media Group (OMG) Malaysia managing director Andreas Vogiatzakis.

“While there is no doubt that ad expenditure will increase in 2011, marketers must be aware that consumers have been affected by the downturn and are changed for the foreseeable future. They are more prudent and more demanding in terms of value,” said Vogiatzakis in a phone interview yesterday.

The “MasterCard Worldwide Index of Consumer Confidence” for 2H2010 found consumers to be slightly less optimistic compared with the first half of the year (66.2 versus 66.79 in the first half). Nevertheless, the index, released on Dec 1, said Malaysians were slightly more optimistic in the second half regarding employment and quality of life.

Across the region, MasterCard’s index found overall consumer confidence to be “modestly optimistic” with an index of 68, slightly lower than 1H2010 (69.1). Their perceptions of the economy have also declined slightly to 70.6 from 72.6 in the first half.

“The scores indicate that while consumers may perceive the worst of the crisis behind them, they are still wary in their outlook for the months ahead,” said Yvette Oh, MasterCard Worldwide group executive for market development in the Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa, in a Dec 1 statement. “This perception could be in large part due to the uncertainties caused by inflation, the various tightening measures that governments across the region are implementing, and the general slowdown in growth that the region is seeing post-crisis,” she added.

In situations where consumers are uncertain, however, newspapers and news sites will likely enjoy increased popularity, noted OMD Malaysia business director Jeffrey Seow in the December issue of OnMedia, OMG’s monthly industry newsletter.

PricewaterhouseCoopers’ 11th Annual Media and Entertainment outlook report released in August said steady growth in Malaysian newspaper ad spending over the next five years is likely. The report forecast a CAGR of 5.1% for newspaper ad spending in Malaysia and said consumer spending on newspapers is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.6%.

In an interview with The Edge Financial Daily in September, PwC UK partner Phil Stokes said newspapers are stronger in Malaysia against other media segments compared with the rest of the world.

But what do these conditions mean for the Malaysian advertiser? “The situation suggests that marketers and advertisers need to focus on delivering greater value, whether in pricing goods and services more attractively or affordably, adding value to goods and services or increasing convenience,” said OMD’s Seow.

Malaysian consumers in general are value-hunters. According to the “Grey 2010 Eye on Asia” study, an annual in-depth study which focuses on the Asian consumer, Malaysian shoppers are price-focused and will make choices based on obvious value. “For example, mothers shopping for diapers will calculate cost per piece. But if a brand promised they would only need to change their child’s diaper twice a day, they would willingly pay more for that brand,” observed Grey KL’s group planning director, Remona Duquesne.

Innovations like a better, longer-lasting diaper are an opportunity for marketers and advertisers, said Seow who cautioned marketers to avoid direct “go out and buy” messages.

“In an environment of caution, these messages may turn people off. Acknowledge that times are challenging and that consumers are smart enough to deal with this by seeking better value,” he said. Advertisers and marketers should therefore invest in innovation to deliver added value which will be noticed and appreciated by consumers, he added.

http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/m ... llenges-remain.html

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发表于 2011-1-6 20:54 | 显示全部楼层
Asia Media IPO oversubscribed

KUALA LUMPUR: Asia Media Group Bhd, a digital out-of-home Transit TV company, saw the public portion of its initial public offering (IPO) oversubscribed by 21.46 times.

At the close of the public offer on Dec 29, 2010, a total of 5,119 applications for 179.63 million shares were received for the 8.0 million made available to the Malaysian public, Malaysian Issuing House Sdn Bhd said in a statement yesterday.

Asia Media's IPO involves an issuance of 98 million new shares at 23 sen each, and the company is enroute to being listed on the Ace Market of Bursa Malaysia on Jan 11. - Bernama

http://biz.thestar.com.my/news/s ... 62&sec=business

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 楼主| 发表于 2011-1-9 18:09 | 显示全部楼层
亚洲媒体净赚208万
2011/01/08 12:11:27 PM
●南洋商报

(吉隆坡7日讯)截至2010年9月30日,亚洲媒体(AMedia,0159,创业板)第三季净利录得208万7000令吉;然而,首九个月的净利共计811万令吉。

亚洲媒体成功收购亚洲媒体私人有限公司和Transnet Express私人有限公司,第三季营业额因此受到激励报640万1000令吉,合计三季则为957万5000令吉。

随着该公司去年发招股书,加上圣诞节与学校假期也推高服务需求量,亚洲媒体因此看好本财年营业额表现。

排除任何不可预见的情况后,亚洲媒体依然看好他们下一季的业绩表现。

http://nanyang.com/NewsCenter/ar ... mp;SID=7&CID=12

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发表于 2011-1-12 21:54 | 显示全部楼层
Asia Media surges 74% on ACE Market debut

KUALA LUMPUR: Asia Media Group Bhd made a strong debut on the ACE Market yesterday, opening at 40 sen, up 74% from its offer price of 23 sen.

Asia Media’s impressive opening price was the highest in the last five months, since EA Holdings Bhd opened 80% higher than its offer price of 25 sen in July. EA Holdings was also the best performing debutante last year, closing with a 164% premium at 66 sen on its maiden day.

In comparison, Asia Media closed at 28.5 sen, up 24% from its offer price with 40.92 million shares done.

RHB Research has a “fair value” of 29 sen for Asia Media based on a six times forecast FY11 earnings per share (EPS) of 4.8 sen.

“We project Asia Media to post FY11-FY12 core net profit CAGR of 53.6% driven by its ongoing expansion and penetration of its transit-TV network,” it said in its report.

According to its CEO Datuk Ricky Wong, the company is allocating RM16 million from the initial public offer (IPO) proceeds for capital expenditure to roll out digital terrestrial television broadcasting (DTTB).

The sum includes the setting-up of seven transmission towers in the Klang Valley that will allow transmission of live information to its transit-TV networks. Installation of these towers is expected to begin in 1Q11, said Wong.

“With the installation of these new towers, we are hoping to deliver live news coverage and information to our users. We hope to begin transmission from these new towers in 2Q11 and are looking at teaming up with partners to provide the news,” he said after Asia Media’s listing yesterday.

Asia Media is a market leader in the digital-out-of-home (DOOT) transit media industry in Malaysia. It operates the largest transit-TV network in Malaysia that broadcasts information and entertainment to moving vehicles in Malaysia. Asia Media has a daily viewership of 500,000.  

Wong said that with the successful listing, the group is looking at expanding its coverage and penetration in the Klang Valley and is eyeing advertising platforms at train stations and other forms of public transport.

“Currently, we have about 3,000 screens installed in 1,500 buses. We are looking at expanding our coverage by setting up more displays at LRT stations, in taxis as well as the upcoming MRT project.

“In addition to that, we are looking to penetrate second-tier cities such as Kuantan and Ipoh. However, this would probably only happen in 2012 after we have established our DTTB services first,” he said.

According to Wong, the DTTB will allow Asia Media to broadcast live information such as news updates and messages of public interest.  

For its six-month pro forma consolidated results ended June 30, 2010, Asia Media’s net profit rose 306% to RM3.47 million from RM855,000 a year ago on the back of a stronger revenue of RM9.99 million versus RM7.55 million. It posted net EPS of 5.35 sen against 1.32 sen in the previous corresponding period.

For its pro forma financial year ended Dec 31, 2009, Asia Media’s net profit surged 138% to RM3.35 million from RM1.41 million the year before. Revenue grew 101% to RM13.15 million from RM6.53 million previously, while net EPS increased to 2.58 sen from 1.09 sen.

Out of the RM23 million raised from the IPO, Asia Media has allocated RM16 million for capital expenditure, RM5 million for working capital and RM1.54 million to defray listing expenses. Asia Media’s IPO involved an issuance of 98 million new shares with 90 million shares placed out to selected investors. The public spread consisted of eight million shares.

Based on the IPO price of 23 sen and its enlarged issued and paid-up share capital of 228 million shares, Asia Media has a market capitalisation of RM52.44 million.

After the IPO, Wong has an indirect 45% stake in Asia Media with Teh Siew Wan, via their direct interest in Wong Sik Holdings Sdn Bhd.

PM Securities Sdn Bhd was the principal adviser, sponsor, managing underwriter, underwriter and placement agent for Asia Media’s IPO.

http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/i ... e-market-debut.html

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发表于 2011-4-20 13:22 | 显示全部楼层
(布城19日讯)首相再启动12计划 总值逾111亿 增7万余就业机会,以下是其中之一。

亚洲媒体(Asia Media)将投资5亿令吉,以便在2015年发展出大马首个公共交通数码直播广播电视设施。通过采用国际广播水平的设施,亚洲媒体能够国内的公共交通业提供直播的影音内容,并藉此扩展到Rapidkl、Causeway Links与Konsortium Transnational集团3000架公共交通电视(transit -tv)的广泛公共交通网络,而亚洲媒体计划把这项网络扩展至轻快铁、单轨火车与即将运作的捷运系统内,此项计划将在2020年带来6亿400万令吉的国民总收入以及创造400个就业机会。

大家对这消息有何看法?

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发表于 2011-4-20 13:24 | 显示全部楼层
(布城19日讯)首相再启动12计划 总值逾111亿 增7万余就业机会,以下是其中之一。

亚洲媒体(Asia Media ...
endler 发表于 2011-4-20 13:22



    短期会使股价上扬,能不能跑的远就要看它拿的到政府合约

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发表于 2011-4-20 13:38 | 显示全部楼层
(布城19日讯)首相再启动12计划 总值逾111亿 增7万余就业机会,以下是其中之一。

亚洲媒体(Asia Media ...
endler 发表于 2011-4-20 13:22


Asia Media在过去5年的总盈利都没有5千万,现在说投资5亿,你自己想想有没有逻辑。

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发表于 2011-5-12 17:41 | 显示全部楼层
Asia Media still keen on Singapore expansion

KUALA LUMPUR: ACE-listed Asia Media Group Bhd will continue to pursue a viable way to enter the Singapore market by year-end, following the failure of a previous negotiation.

“We are negotiating acquisition targets for our expansion, and we are still identifying suitable partners to move into Singapore,” said CEO Datuk Ricky Wong at a briefing for prospective investors yesterday.

The company, however, does not expect to see contributions from Singapore immediately.

“Naturally, when we move into a new region we have to factor in set-up costs. We might see contributions after two years, as we first have to invest in capital and operating expenditure,” said Wong.

Besides its expansion into Singapore, Asia Media may venture into Indonesia next year in addition to increasing its local footprint.

“We plan to duplicate the success formula that we have to Singapore, then Indonesia in the next year. We want to also focus on tier-two and tier-three cities beyond just Kuala Lumpur, such as Penang, Kota Bharu, Seremban and Ipoh,” said Wong.

Asia Media, which was listed on Bursa Malaysia in January, offers high-quality infotainment and targeted advertising using digital electronic displays installed in various outdoor premises.

It claims to capture 500,000 viewers daily via the 3,175 screens installed in buses in the Klang Valley and Johor Bahru.

According to Wong, Asia Media is the leader in the market for digital out-of-home (DOOH) transit with an 85% market share.

The company earlier announced to Bursa that it had failed to conclude negotiations on a potential target in Singapore.

Asia Media’s share price has taken a tumble recently, plunging from its record high of 32.5 sen to a low of 21.5 sen on Tuesday. The stock closed at 24 sen, up 11.6% or 2.5 sen yesterday, with 11.15 million shares changing hands.  

In April, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak announced that Asia Media would invest RM500 million over the next 10 years to expand its existing network of mobile broadcasting on public transport and establish infrastructure to enable live broadcasting.

The investment is said to be part of the government’s Economic Transformation Programme.

Wong added that the company might capitalise on the government’s mass rapid transit (MRT) project.

“This is actually in our radar, it is in our future plans,” said Wong.

He said the MRT project might only start in 2013, to be completed in 2019.

On the other hand, Singapore has established its transport infrastructure and the company plans to first capitalise on this existing network.

Wong added that the company is set to establish the first of seven transmission towers planned for the year by the end of this month.

Of the RM25 million raised from the IPO in January, RM16 million was earmarked for the Klang Valley.

The company had said it would invest in seven transmission towers in the Klang Valley — Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Damansara, Putrajaya, Subang Jaya, Klang, Serdang and Rawang.

http://www.theedgemalaysia.com/i ... pore-expansion.html

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发表于 2011-5-18 21:56 | 显示全部楼层

0159 AMEDIA 亚洲媒体

亚洲媒体IPO筹2254万

2011-01-10 19:07
(吉隆坡10日讯)亚洲媒体集团是国內少数几家主要的数码流动电视供应商,该集团计划通过发售新股,筹集2千254万令吉。
该公司是多媒体超级走廊公司之一,2007年10月开始营业,主要从事户外数码公共交通媒体行业,即通过公共交通电视网络系统,经营流动电视业务。
此外,该公司与数家广告商合作,分別在2010年10月及11月举行的共和联邦运动会,以及第一方程式赛车推行广告活动。
亚洲媒体目前的移动电视网络系统,主要是预先录製好的节目,集团正开发提供即时內容与资讯,有了现场直播,將能即时提供广告加上电视台播报的一些节目。
新股介绍:亚洲媒体集团(Asia Media)
公司名称:亚洲媒体
英文简称:AMEDIA
股票代號:0159
上市日期:2011年1月11日
上市组別:创业板贸易与服务组
股票面值:10仙
新股售价:23仙
合理价值:28仙
公开献售:9千800万股
公眾申请:800万股
私下配售:9千万股
星洲日报/財经‧2011.01.10



亚洲媒体首日上市溢价5.5仙

2011-01-11 19:09
(吉隆坡11日讯)亚洲媒体(AMEDIA, 0159, 创业板贸服组)首次亮相大马交易所创业板,股价以溢价5.5仙或23.91%至28.5仙闭市,成交量达4千零92万2千400股,成为全场前十大活跃股项。
亚洲媒体首日上市表现不俗,以溢价17仙至40仙开市,在大量买盘涌入下,一度溢价19.5仙至42.5仙,不过,隨后涨幅收窄,终场以28.5仙掛收。
亚洲媒体献售800万股,每股售价23仙,获得21.46倍超额认购。
亚洲媒体是国內数码流动电视供应商。
星洲日报/財经‧2011.01.11

目前股价 0.245

本帖只供大家互相研究参考与发表看法,并非鼓励买卖, 买卖自负。

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发表于 2011-5-18 22:22 | 显示全部楼层
虽然 Amedia是新股才上市不到半年,可是从上市至今都得到许多投资者的兴趣,平均每天都有蛮高的成交量。而且还得到一些投资机构的好评,建议买进。

首先看看 Amedia 的基本面,在2010财政年取得了一千六百多万营业额,而获得了一千万左右的净利。
该公司参与了政府转型计划 (GTP)的其中一个项目,这将让公司在争取公共交通媒体特许经营权方面获得政府的支持。该公司也被市场看好明年有能力转上主板

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发表于 2011-5-19 16:58 | 显示全部楼层
这支股票太新了
不敢下手买
vincent1983 发表于 2011-5-19 16:35



   
我都不会在新股上市当天买,因为还清楚它的走势!
如果我对新股有兴趣的话,等比较等静一些,也跌了下来,大概认为是底部了,等反弹就赶快买进

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发表于 2011-5-19 16:59 | 显示全部楼层
这家公司最近要在新加波开发市场了,明年业绩会更上一城楼

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发表于 2011-5-23 06:08 | 显示全部楼层
Asia Media raising profit margins by 50pc
By Francis Fernandez
Published: 2011/05/23


Since Asia Media's revenue base is still small, the company will have to tighten its belt in order to squeeze out the margins, says its controlling shareholder


Kuala Lumpur: Asia Media Group Bhd, the country's largest transit-TV network operator, is increasing gross profit margins in the current year by 50 per cent, its controlling shareholder Datuk Ricky Wong Shee Kai said.

Thirty-year-old Wong, who has a first class honours in finance from Lancaster University in UK, owns slightly more than 45 per cent of the company.

He is also one of the youngest chief executive officers of a public listed company here, hence Wong said there is additional pressure to deliver fat margins.

Wong told Business Times in an interview that since Asia Media's revenue base is still small, the company will have to tighten its belt in order to squeeze out the margins.

"Last year, our gross margins were in the late forty-ish per cent, but this year we intend to do better, as practise makes perfect," he remarked.

For the year ended December 31 2010, Asia Media posted a re-venue of RM23.4 million, while gross profit stood at RM11.3 million.

Wong said that he is confident that Asia Media will easily surpass last year's figures, but declined to reveal his internal forecast.

Asia Media is expected to announce its results in a day or two.

Market expectation is nothing less than a 100 per cent growth in net profit for the first quarter ended March 31 2011, from its group level net profit of RM2.17 million posted in the final quarter of 2010, if the company is to match analysts' expectations.

TA Securities, in a report, said Asia Media is forecast to post re-venue of RM31.6 million, alongside a gross profit of RM16.5 million, while net profit is expected to be in the range of RM11.9 million.

"Yes, I have read the report, but I think we can do better if we optimise our output.

"That is the challenge to us from the market, and the expectation from our shareholders," said Wong.

Indeed, the market will be watching Asia Media's first quarter results closely on many fronts, as it will provide clues if the company will be able to surpass the TA Securities forecast, and post the required accumulated RM20 million profit forecast to transfer its listing status to the Main Market.

Wong has constantly said that getting to the Main Market is the firm's immediate aim, as it will need to raise substantial amounts of money to fund its RM500 million expansion plan, which is part of the nation's Economic Transformation Programme.

"We need to raise capital, but I don't think that by merely lifting our listing status, we will be able to do that. We will have to perform beyond market expectations ... keep growing. That's our goal," said Wong.

He noted that Asia Media's sound performance last year, and its relatively low debt of about RM100,000, had convinced some investors to take a position in the firm.

"When we were listed last year, we had zero institutional backing, but we have been working towards having a good shareholder mix between retail and institutionals," said Wong.

TA Small Cap Fund, Tan Chong Koay's Pheim Asset Management and Tan Sri Lee Kim Yew's Golden Touch Asset Management collectively own more than 5 per cent of Asia Media.
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赚幅或增50% 亚洲媒体冀转板交易

吉隆坡23日讯)本地最大公共交通电视网络营运商亚洲媒体(AMedia,0159,创业板贸易服务组)控制性
大股东拿督黄世凯表示,该公司今年的盈利赚幅将增加50%。

现年30岁,拥有英国兰卡斯特大学(Lancaster University)会计金融一等荣誉学士学位的黄世凯持有亚洲媒体逾45%股权。

黄世凯也是本地上市公司最年轻首席执行员之一,因此他表示要取得丰厚赚幅确有额外压力。

他在接受《商业时报》一项专访时表示亚洲媒体的营业额较小,因此该公司续收紧财务支出以获得高赚幅。

黄世凯说:“我们去年的赚幅逾40%;但在公司策略改善下,今年赚幅料将表现更佳。”

在截至2010年12月31日止的财政年,亚洲媒体获得2千340万令吉的营业额,而盈利方面则取得1千130万令吉。

黄氏有信心今年亚洲媒体将轻易超越去年的业绩表现,但拒绝透露其内部预测;该公司预计将在一至两天内公布其业绩表现。

市场预测该公司在截至2011年3月31日止的首季中取得至少100%的净利增长,相对前期的217万令吉。

达证券研究在一项报告中指出亚洲媒体将获得3千160万令吉的营业额,和1千650万令吉的盈利;此外,他们也预计该公司的净利介于1千190万令吉的范围内。

黄世凯说:“对。我已看了这份分析报告;但我想我们可以做得更好。”

“这是来自市场的一项挑战,这是来自股东的一项期盼。”

的确,市场将密切观察亚洲媒体的首季业绩,因这项业绩将为该公司在超越达证券研究的预期方面提供一丝线索;倘若该公司达到所需的2千万累计盈利的条件下,其将有资格转至主要板进行交易。

黄世凯表示,转板交易是亚洲媒体的直接目标,藉此该公司须筹得显著数额的资金来融资其5亿令吉扩张计划;这是我国经济转型政策下的部分计划。

他说:“我们必须筹资,但我并不想纯粹抬高上市地位;我们将作出超越市场预期的表现,并且不断成长,这是我们的目标。”

他也指出,亚洲媒体去年表现不俗,加上约10万令吉的相对较小债务,说服部分股东愿意对该公司作出投资。

黄氏说:“当我们于去年上市时,我们没有任何机构投资者;基于我们不断努力,如今我们同时拥有散户及机构投资者。”

达小资本基金、陈俊贵所创办的立峰资产管理(Pheim Asset Management)公司,以及丹斯里李金友旗下点石成金资产管理(Golden Touch Asset Management)公司联合持有亚洲媒体超过5%的股权。

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