The Independent calls it a "spending spree" but according to the EPF it's not as lavish as it sounds and explains where OUR savings totaling some RM5 billion will go H E R E.
Monday, August 30, 2010
EPF's "spending spree"?
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I hope that EPF will and always be prudent in making its investment in order to protect its members.As long as people like DAIM (who help Maybank to buy Bank Internasional Indonesia)is not involved in making the investment decision by EPF,our funds in the EPF is safe.ReplyDelete
nothing against EPF's investment, tapi setiap kali kita dengor EPF buat "big investment" kat mana, macam ada satu feeling aje yang mereka nak gagal...ReplyDelete
is it just me, or the EPF?
salam merdeka Rocky!
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George Choo said...
I hope that EPF will and always be prudent in making its investment in order to protect its members.As long as people like DAIM (who help Maybank to buy Bank Internasional Indonesia)is not involved in making the investment decision by EPF,our funds in the EPF is safe.
Who says BII isn't making money after Maybank takeover? Get your facts straight. Don't rely on Malaysiakini, Malaysiainsider, RPK, and father of spinning gasing - Al-Syeikhkul Juburi Anwar.
Salam , mohon linkkan blog; http://bumiyang.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
If true, sound investment by EPF. Now is the time to get in and buy up properties in London. The Arabs are doing just that. Harrods dah kena sapu.ReplyDelete
There is a risk of a double dip in the London housing market, but EPF's investment horizon should be sufficiently long to recoup any potential short term mark to market losses.
The pound is down over 25%, and the UK's property market has crashed faster and further than just about anybody else's in the last two years.ReplyDelete
I think this is a pretty smart move by EPF - long term, it's pretty much a can't lose proposition.
Good for the senior management of EPF to "visit" our investments in the UK. Looking for excuses for free holiday. Memang babi to the max.ReplyDelete