AIMS - PT. Akbar Indo Makmur Stimec Tbk

Rp 138

-5 (-3,62%)

JAKARTA - Five listed companies may be delisted from the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), since their shares have been suspended for more than a year. 

As quoted from the disclosure from the IDX, those companies are PT Leo Investments Tbk (ITTG), PT Borneo Lumbung Energi and Metal Tbk (BORN), PT Akbar Indo Makmur Stimec Tbk (AIMS), PT Cakra Mineral Tbk (CKRA), and PT Bumiputera Investasi Indonesia Tbk/PT Ever Gren Invesco Tbk (GREN).

GREN has a total issued and paid-up capital of Rp 469.41 billion, with a composition of shareholders including Natural Crystal Holding Inc. (53.26%), First Venture Limited (6.22%), and the public (40.52%). 

CKRA has a total issued and paid-up capital of Rp 510.60 billion, with a composition of shareholders including Redstone Resources Pte Ltd (74.04%), Interventures Capital Pte Ltd (17.82%), and the public (8.14%).

BORN has a total issued and paid-up capital of Rp 17.85 billion, with a composition of shareholders including PT Republik Energi and Metal (59.50%) and the public (39.57%), while the remaining 0.93% were treasury shares. 

ITTG has a total issued and paid-up capital of Rp 34.47 billion, with a composition of shareholders including Goodwill Investment Services (75.45%) and the public (24.55%). Finally, AIMS has a total issued and paid-up capital of Rp 220 million, with a composition of shareholders including Effendi Leman (5.03%), PT Aims Indo Investama (83.64%), and the public (11.33%). (LK/AR)