Kenanga Investment Bank Berhad (15678-H)
CMS holds directly and through 95% owned CMS Capital Sdn Bhd, a 25.38% effective stake in this Bursa Malaysia listed company, which is a leading independent Malaysian investment bank, broker, fund manager and futures trader with a newly established wealth management division.
It is one of Malaysia’s largest broking houses in both the retail and institutional segments, with one of the largest pools of remisiers and an extensive branch network nationwide.
KKB Engineering Berhad (26495-D)
CMS holds a 20.05% stake in this Bursa listed Sarawak-based manufacturer of steel water pipes, gas canisters and fabricator of steel structures for commercial projects.
It also manufactures onshore fabrication of offshore facilities for the Oil & Gas industry under its Petronas approved supplier licence.
COPE Private Equity Sdn Bhd (414625-T)
(formerly known as CMS Opus Private Equity Sdn Bhd)
CMS, via CMS Capital Sdn Bhd holds a 51% stake in COPE Private Equity Sdn Bhd, a successful private equity firm based in Kuala Lumpur. Through the years, the firm has made numerous investments in leading Oil & Gas, Consumer Products, Food & Beverage and Manufacturing companies. The firm has an outstanding track record and currently manages five private equity funds in excess of RM500.0 million.
CMS Education Sdn Bhd (392555-A)
This company operates Tunku Putra School, Kuching’s leading private national and international school taking students up to IGCSE or SPM. The school is located on a 22-acre bungalow styled campus in a quiet and green part of north Kuching’s Petra Jaya.
OM Materials (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd (915304-H) and OM Materials (Samalaju) Sdn Bhd (1035184-W)
The Group has a 25% equity stake in OM Materials Sarawak and OM Materials Samalaju for the development of a ferrosilicon and manganese alloys smelter in the Samalaju Industrial Park (SIP). The smelter project entails the development of approximately 600,000 MT per year capacity smelter in two phases.
The first phase of the smelter has been commissioned in phases since September 2014 to produce 308,000 MT of ferrosilicon alloys annually. The second phase is expected to produce 300,000 MT of manganese alloys annually. Production is expected to commence by 1H 2016.
Malaysian Phosphate Additives (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd (548460-K)
CMS has joined forces with Malaysian Phosphate Additives (MPA) to build Southeast Asia’s first integrated phosphate complex in Samalaju Industrial Park (SIP), Bintulu. Malaysia Phosphate Additives (Sarawak) Sdn Bhd focuses on the development, construction and commissioning of an integrated phosphate plant that has a rated production capacity of approximately 1.4 million MT a year of phosphate and related products by 2020.