Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Last weekend, Friday (16/7/2021) there were a number of events that occurred to a number of issuers, ranging from corporate action plans to news of corporate debt restructuring.
CNBC Indonesia has summarized eight issuer events that occurred in last week’s trading for consideration before trading Monday (19/7/2021) opens.
1. Erick Prepares 10-15 BUMN IPOs, LinkAja to Pertamina’s Children!
Minister of State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) Erick Thohir said he was preparing 10 to 15 companies to conduct an initial public offering (IPO) on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX).
The IPO plan for this year’s and next year’s SOEs is carried out as part of the transformation of SOEs to further increase the asset value of a number of state-owned companies.
Currently, several companies that are being prepared for an IPO include Pertamina Geothermal Energy, Pertamina Upstream, Pertamina Downstream, PLN Steam Power Plant, Indonesia Healthcare Corporation (IHC), Bio Farma Vaccines, LinkAja (PT Fintek Karya Nusantara), East Kalimantan Fertilizer, Dayamitra Telekomunikasi (Mitratel), Telkom Data Center, up to three companies from the MIND ID Group (Inalum).
2. Being questioned by IDX, Salim Group Bank Opens up about Pawning Shares
The management of the bank owned by Indofood boss Anthony Salim, namely PT Bank Ina Perdana Tbk (BINA) was targeted by the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) regarding the increase in its share price in the last few days.
This was done after the company’s shares were locked or traded temporarily suspended (suspension) by the Exchange since last Friday, July 9, 2021, in line with significant price movements.
The Exchange requested an explanation from the BINA management regarding the existence of a share pledge transaction or repurchase agreement (repo) conducted by the company’s major shareholders (ultimate shareholder) company.
3. Paying Subsidiaries’ Debts, Tower Bersama Releases IDR 1.2 T Bonds
The issuer of the Saratoga Group telecommunication tower, PT Tower Bersama Infrastructure Tbk (TBIG), plans to issue Shelf-Registered Bonds V Phase I Year 2021 worth IDR 1.2 trillion.
These bonds are the first part of the Shelf-Registered Public Offering (PUB) of Shelf-Registered Bonds V with a total value of Rp 15 trillion.
Based on the prospectus in the mass media on Friday (16/7), these bonds will be issued in two series. Series A will be issued with a tenor of 370 days while Series B has a tenor of 3 years. However, the amount and coupon has not been determined.
4. BEKS Boss Opens Up About Digital Bank Plans with Amazon
PT Bank Pembangunan Daerah Banten Tbk (BEKS) stated that it is in the process of developing digital services in collaboration with Amazon.com’s subsidiary, Amazon Web Services (AWS).
BEKS President Director, Agus Syabarrudin said, this collaboration is an effort made by this BPD bank to provide digital services. This cooperation has also been included in the Banten bank’s business plan, which is targeted to be realized this year.
“Our RBB has included a digitalization plan, so I hope that all preparations are in line with existing regulations, we can launch it soon, we are currently rolling to prepare the infrastructure,” said Agus, when contacted by CNBC Indonesia, Friday (16/7/2021).
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