Malaysia Airlines, the Asian carrier teetering on the edge of collapse after two disasters in four months, is to be taken private by the country’s sovereign wealth fund in a rescue plan that will see the airline delisted and restructured. …
Malaysia Airlines will be delisted from the country's stock exchange in a government plan to take the company private before an overhaul of the airline that is reeling from two recent disasters. Khazanah Nasional, which owns 69 percent of …
The MH17 crash has all but assured Malaysia Airlines cannot continue in its current form and face being taken out of public hands, say reports Bloomberg reports Malaysia Airlines System (MAS) will this week present a plan to its …
In fact, analysts wonder if it will ever be able to recover. Malaysia Airlines (MAS) faces the prospects of being delisted following the second tragedy to hit the national carrier in less than five months, reports Bloomberg today. The precise …
Malaysia Airlines will be delisted from the stock market and placed under government control amid suggestions it will be renamed to detoxify the company after the MH17 and MH370 disasters. Malaysia’s state investor Khazanah Nasional …
with both routes involving a delisting, a person familiar with the matter said last month, asking not to be identified because the talks were private. Malaysia Airlines director of commercial operations Hugh Dunleavy had in May ruled out a …
Trading of Malaysia Airlines shares have been suspended on August 8 and the beleaguered company will be taken entirely into state hands after it was hit by two disasters that killed hundreds of people. Trading was suspended in the …
Malaysia Airlines has been delisted from the stock market, and taken over by the country’s government to be rebranded, it was reported on Friday. The Malaysian government is expected to spend $436 million to buy out stakeholders of the …
Malaysia Airlines will be delisted after sovereign wealth fund Khazanah Nasional offered to buy out minority shareholders in a restructuring plan for the national carrier that suffered two disasters this year. Khazanah will pay 27 sen a share for …
Malaysian Airlines (OTCPK:MLYAF) will be delisted and privatized after sovereign wealth fund Khazanah Nasional, which currently owns 69.4% of the airline, offered to buy out the remaining stock it doesn’t already own to begin the …