Shares of BUMN Will Shine in 2012.
Januari 10, 2012 Tinggalkan komentar
Stocks issuers red plate in the consumer goods sector showed an increase in performance throughout 2011. However, this year, shares of State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) in the banking sector would take over the possibility of improved performance and grow the most high.
“But, the challenge for banks, greater funding because competition is fierce,” said Director of PT Trimegah Securities Tbk, Omar S Anwar, in his analysis of the performance of state-owned shares to VIVAnews.com in Jakarta.
Omar rate, the main driver of growth in the banking sector stocks is the benchmark interest rate or BI Rate is still high. Another factor is the margin loan request on the Year of the Dragon is still high.
Based on the analysis of Trimegah Securities, shares of the banking sector this year will grow by 24 percent. Besides banking, business sectors BUMN that will grow significantly this year is the mining industry growth of 26 percent and 21 percent basis.
Currently, the market capitalization of the company that listed its shares on the Stock Exchange of the mining sector reach Rp80 trillion, Rp82 trillion followed by basic industries, infrastructure Rp319 trillion and Rp509 trillion banking.
Meanwhile, Omar, who has served as vice president of PT Pertamina is also proposed that the working process of an initial public offering of shares or initial public offering (IPO) BUMN are not only concentrated on one side only. The government should attempt to spread the risk of implementing IPOs SOEs in other securities firms.
“The risk must be spread out, do not rely on a state-owned enterprises. Otherwise, the risk will be borne only by the state,” he said.
The proposal was delivered by Omar prism of experience IPO of PT Garuda Indonesia Tbk. The release of the national airline shares to the public was only done by a securities firm red plate. The move was made into a state-owned shares are not sold in the market.
“To state that is ready to enter the stock, do not be postponed again soon,” he said