Thursday, November 25, 2010

EFP is not a Government Body? Testing the Pacman logic.

KUALA LUMPUR: The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has washed its hands of the RM2.1 billion Sime Darby fiasco because it considers the GLC's investments as a private matter.

This about-turn came after the PAC had earlier said that it would be looking into the huge losses suffered by Sime Darby.

"Sime Darby is a subsidiary of PNB (Permodalan Nasional Berhad), and its primary stakeholder is EPF (Employee Provident Fund).

"Both cannot be classified as government bodies as their finances come from individual investors," said PAC chairman Azmi Khalid.

"EPF's funds come from its shareholders while PNB's funds come from private investors.

"Therefore, PAC is not qualified to investigate Sime Darby's colossal losses," he said, adding that the PAC arrived at this decision at its Oct 27 meeting.

The decision comes as a surprise, especially after the PAC had said in June that it would be talking to Sime Darby officials, citing it as a matter of public interest.
Sime Darby suffered losses up to RM2.1 billion, incurred by its energy & utilities division (E&U) this year. It said it would resort to civil suits to recover these losses.

However, it did not mention who it would be suing. Sime Darby is also being investigated over the matter by the MACC and the Securities Commission (SC). more here

After reading AVoice post this am......i tot.......bingai sangat ke depa semua nih..

Pakcik oh nak kena cyber pelempang gua ke?

Betui ka EFP tu bukan part of Government?

Coba pakcik pi check kat EPF act.....pastu pakcik pi lihat kat Carta Organisisasi Kementerian Keuangan Malaysia

Apekebenda ada nama Kumpulan Wang Simpanan Pekerja kat dalam Carta Organisasi Kementerian kalau EPF tu bukan "government body".....Azlan Zainol tu buat ape kat dalam organisasi kementerian..bancuh kopi?

Camne pakcik saya pun pening kepala dok pikir pakcik ni paham ke apekebenda yg pakcik cakap tu?

By virtue of their funds coming from the Rakyat?

 Lu biar serious......
Minds are like parachutes; they work best when open. -Lord Thomas Dewer