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Fitch affirms mpm finance at a (idn); outlook stable


(The following statement was released by the rating agency) JAKARTA/TAIPEI/SINGAPORE, December 04 (Fitch) Fitch Ratings Indonesia has affirmed the National Long-Term Rating of PT Mitra Pinasthika Mustika Finance (MPM Finance) at 'A-(idn)'. The Outlook is Stable. Fitch also assigned the company a National Short-Term Rating of 'F1(idn)'. MPM Finance's ratings reflect Fitch's view of the company's linkage with its controlling shareholder, PT Mitra Pinasthika Mustika Tbk (MPM; BB-/Stable) and that MPM is highly likely to provide support to MPM Finance in times of need. 'A' National Ratings denote expectations of low default risk relative to other issuers or obligations in the same country. However, changes in circumstances or economic conditions may affect the capacity for timely repayment to a greater degree than is the case for financial commitments denoted by a higher rated category. 'F1' National Short-Term Ratings indicate the strongest capacity for timely payment of financial commitments relative to other issuers or obligations in the same country. On Fitch's National Rating scale, this rating is assigned to the lowest default risk relative to others in the same country. Where the liquidity profile is particularly strong, a "+" is added to the assigned rating. KEY RATING DRIVERS Fitch's view of a high probability of timely support from MPM to MPM Finance, if needed, is premised on the latter's strategic importance to its parent's automotive business as a provider of cars and motorcycle financing. Support is reinforced by MPM's ownership of 60% of MPM Finance and business linkage through MPM's well-established automotive distribution business. MPM Finance provided new financing to around 15% of MPM's motorcycle sales in 2014. The entry of Japan-based financing company JACCS as a new shareholder in MPM Finance has provided the company with the benefits of JACCS' technical and funding support. Fitch expects MPM Finance's asset quality to be under pressure given slower growth in the Indonesian economy, higher interest rates, tighter competition, and a prolonged downturn in the commodity sector, to which MPM Finance is highly exposed. Asset quality has deteriorated mainly due to the weaker finances of borrowers involved in commodity sectors. Fitch also expects MPM Finance's larger portion of higher-risk motorcycle financing to put pressure on asset quality. MPM Finance has implemented measures to improve its asset quality, including credit scoring and establishment of a special risk directorate. Despite an increase in net interest margin, MPM Finance's underlying profitability weakened with return on assets declining to 2.5% at end-3Q14 from 3% at end-2013, curbed by higher credit cost due to asset quality deterioration. Fitch expects profitability to remain subdued in the near future because interest rates are likely to remain high and a slowdown in economic growth will decelerate financing growth and lower recovery rates. Capitalisation remained solid with debt/equity ratio improving to 2x at end-3Q14 from 4x at end-2013 thanks to the recent IDR510bn capital injection by JACCS in May 2014. This capital infusion will support the company's business development. RATING SENSITIVITIES Any decline in MPM's ownership or support for MPM Finance, or a weakening of MPM Finance's strategic importance to MPM would exert downward pressure on the rating. Notable increase of contribution by MPMF to MPM's vehicle business development that brings to stronger linkage between the parent and subsidiary might have a positive impact on MPM Finance's ratings. Contacts: Primary Analyst Ira Febrianty Analyst PT Fitch Ratings Indonesia Financial Institution DBS Bank Tower 24th Floor, Suite 2403 Jl. Prof. Dr. Satrio Kav 3-5 Jakarta, Indonesia 12940 +62 21 2988 6810 Committee Chairperson Jonathan Lee Senior Director +886 2 8175 7601 Media Relations: Leslie Tan, Singapore, Tel: +65 67 96 7234, Email: leslie.this site Note to editors: Fitch's National ratings provide a relative measure of creditworthiness for rated entities in countries with relatively low international sovereign ratings and where there is demand for such ratings. The best risk within a country is rated 'AAA' and other credits are rated only relative to this risk. 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Icd hopes to cap landmark year with mandate for $1 bln pakistan sukuk


The private sector arm of the Islamic Development Bank announced a flurry of initiatives this week and hopes to advise on the mandate for Pakistan's $1 billion Islamic bond, which would cap a landmark year for the Jeddah-based institution. The Islamic Corporation for the Development of the Private Sector (ICD) and Karachi-based Burj Bank have applied to be advisers on the sovereign deal, meeting with Pakistan's finance ministry earlier this week. A ministry statement also said that it would review the applications starting next week. ICD holds a 33.9 percent stake in Islamic lender Burj Bank, as part of its mandate to finance private sector projects across its 51 member countries.

Established in 1999, the ICD has been implementing a new strategy to help widen the appeal of Islamic finance by establishing banks, leasing companies and insurers that following Islamic principles. Earlier this week, ICD signed separate agreements to help develop Islamic leasing businesses in Malaysia and Uzbekistan, as well as extending $5 million in financing to support SME lending in the former sovier state.

On Wednesday, ICD signed an agreement with the Vienna-based OPEC Fund for International Development to jointly develop the private sector in their common countries of operations. On Thursday, the ICD announced plans to help develop a special economic zone in Sierra Leone, its first intitative in that African country.

Africa represents around 12 percent of the ICD's cumulative investment approvals since inception, and its chief executive told Reuters in April that it expected this figure to rise in coming years as projects come on line. Earlier this year the ICD teamed up with Tunisia's newly created sovereign wealth fund, Caisse de Depot de Tunisie, to set up a $30 million fund to support local businesses. In March, it tied up with Casablanca-based Al Ajial Funds, a unit of sovereign wealth fund Kuwait Investment Authority, to invest in Morocco's private sector. Senegal-based Tamweel Africa Holding, jointly owned by the ICD and Turkey's Bank Asya, is establishing Islamic banks in Benin and Mali.

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