Tuesday, December 22, 2015

25 Billion Wang Simpanan Hari Tua Pekerja Di Labur Dalam Syarikat Bermasalah..

Dari jawapan bertulis yang diterima oleh Ahli Parlimen PAS, Khalid Samad KWSP juga telah melaburkan RM200 Juta kepada 1MDB.

Bagaimanapun jumlah tersebut boleh dianggap kecil jika dibandingkan dengan pelaburan yang dibuat dalam kepada syarikat Pembinaan PFI Sdn Bhd iaitu RM25.29 bilion.

Menariknya selain 1MDB yang kini diketahui umum punya masaalah, Pembinaan PFI juga mempunyai masaalah yang sama iaitu hutang bertimbun..

Pembinaan PF1 merupakan syarikat yang dimiliki kementerian kewangan yang mengumpul liabiliti sebanyak RM27.9 Bilion sehingga akhir 2012..

Itu adalah antara pelaburan RM80 Billion Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja (KWSP) kepada syarikat berkaitan kerajaan sehingga Mac 2015.

Baca Laporan Ini

Malaysia's largest pension fund is the main creditor for the government-owned Pembinaan PFI Sdn Bhd, loaning RM25 billion to the construction company, but the Ministry of Finance has said the loan is guaranteed by revenue from leasebacks.

Finance minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak said the Employees Provident Fund's (EPF) financing exposure in government-linked companies (GLCs) was in the form of fixed-rate loans and bonds or sukuk subscriptions were part of it, based on government guarantee, asset mortgage and bank guarantee
In a parliamentary written reply, he said EPF only had investments of RM200 million in debt-laden 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB). 

"EPF's investment in 1MDB is only limited to RM200 million where it is guaranteed by the Malaysian government.

"While EPF's exposure towards Pembinaan PFI Sdn Bhd totalled RM25.29 billion, which is guaranteed by the lease back from the government of Malaysia," he told Khalid Samad (PAS-Shah Alam).

These two are among EPF's total portfolio exposure in GLCs totalling RM79.99 billion as of March 31 this year. 

Pembinaan PFI Sdn Bhd has racked up debts of up to RM26.6 billion in just seven years since its inception. 

It is a Finance Ministry Incorporated-owned "special purpose vehicle", which was set up on September 28, 2006, aimed at acquiring capital to fund development projects and programmes identified by the government. 

According to the auditor-general’s report in 2013 (Series 3), Pembinaan PFI had the third highest liabilities among all government-owned entities at the end of 2012. 

Najib said for EPF's investments to give stable and consistent returns in the long term, more than 50% of its investments were in fixed-income instruments, which encompassed Malaysian government securities, level coupon bonds as well as loans and bonds for domestic and global mandates. 

As such, he said EPF's investment returns naturally would be influenced by interest rates movement and inflation. 

"Since inflation rates have increased since 2009, EPF will continue to invest and diversify its investments in equity asset class and inflation comprising real estate and infrastructure in line with its strategic asset allocation in order to generate an optimal investment returns at an appropriate risk.

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