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Maybank Investment Bank Berhad incorporated

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Maybank Investment Bank Berhad incorporated

Malaysia

Company Description

Maybank Investment Bank currently operates out of offices in Kuala Lumpur and Ipoh, but we are also able to utilise the infrastructure of the Maybank Group, which has a strong international presence in countries such as Singapore, Brunei, Bahrain, Hong Kong, S...more

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Chief Economist

Maybank Foundation


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Welcome to Maybank Investment Bank Berhad

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Suhaimi Ilias
Chief Economist


Oil prices face uncertainty again - Business News | The Star Online

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"The risk is there as we move into the second quarter," said Suhaimi Ilias, the group chief economist of Maybank Investment Bank.
The deal to cut oil production between the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and non-Opec is only for the first half; it is extendable by another six months, subject to the outcome of their meeting in May. "Our assumption of an average of US$55 per barrel is based on a full year deal to counter rising US shale output," said Suhaimi. "China's policy direction suggests acceptance for slower growth as authorities focus on financial stability risk which signals tighter monetary and banking policies," said Suhaimi.


biz.thestar.com.my

Maybank Investment Bank Bhd chief economist Suhaimi Ilias, who expects prices to go up 3% in December, said this was due to the base-effect from the corresponding month in 2010 when the pace of price rises was faster.
Suhaimi said opinions were still divided as to whether the central bank would cut the key policy rate, which stood at 3%, in order to support growth. The overnight policy rate (OPR) has been kept at 3% since last May after rates were raised four times from 2% in March 2010. "I believe the central bank will not cut the OPR in the upcoming policy meeting," Suhaimi said. Bank Negara's monetary policy committee meets twice in the first quarter on Jan 31 and March 9. Suhaimi said instead of a rate cut, the various Economic Transformation Programme projects would be used to stimulate the economy and boost domestic demand.


www.cigionline.org

Suhaimi Ilias, regional economist with Maybank Investment Bank in Kuala Lumpur, says it is only a matter of time before the yuan becomes fully convertible.
Ilias of Maybank Investment Bank says a number of factors contributed to China's launch of its yuan trade settlement back in 2009. "It was partly in reaction to the US dollar liquidity crunch following the global ?nancial crisis, China's growing economic stature and the need to re-balance its own currency composition of huge external reserves," he says. The aim, he adds, was to essentially reduce the overdependence on the US dollar as the major settlement currency. "In Malaysia we started in November 2009 with Maybank being one of the local participating banks," Ilias says. I would not be surprised if we have something formal in place by the end of the year," Ilias says.


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"I think the activity will most likely be in areas like private education and healthcare, where it is easy to set up or acquire, and not so much in professional business services like architecture, engineering and legal," said Suhaimi Ilias, an economist at Maybank Investment Bank.
In professional business services, there may be a relaxation of certain operating and employment conditions that currently make it hard for foreigners to participate, he said.


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